NZ Retirement Trust (NZRT)
An Employer Sponsored Retirement Savings Option
The New Zealand Retirement Trust (NZRT) is an employer-sponsored workplace savings scheme designed to help you save for a more comfortable retirement. If your employer offers a NZRT employer plan, you may be eligible to join.
With the NZRT, a team of experienced investment professionals will manage your savings to help you maximise your retirement nest egg.
If you decide to leave your employer you’ll also have the option to transfer to the My Super section of the NZRT, your own personal plan within NZRT, so you can continue to save for your retirement.
NZRT may be a suitable Retirement Savings option if you :
- want a retirement savings scheme operated by an experienced investment team
- want a flexible employer-sponsored option that you can still use if you leave your employer
Have you got a large balance or are you retiring soon?
Talk to one of our Investment Specialists to make sure you have the settings right on your portfolio. There are specialist products available perfectly tailored to assist you with additional income in retirement.
To find out more, talk to one of our Investment Specialists Brendon White 027 271 7464 or Chloe Robertson, 027 523 1914
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