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  1. #1
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    Default ANZ Managed Investment Funds

    Just wondering if any one has experience dealing with the ANZ Managed Investment Growth Funds?

    Or any other managed funds for that matter?

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    I think the ANZ funds are managed by One Path.
    You make your own luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lou View Post
    I think the ANZ funds are managed by One Path.
    I think Onepath is owned by ANZ.

    MOst people on this forum invest directly.

    Kiwisaver is a bit different since it gets government subsidies.

    The ones I hear the most favourable about are Milford Funds, Superlife and Pie Funds (doesn't do kiwisaver).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Obelix View Post
    Just wondering if any one has experience dealing with the ANZ Managed Investment Growth Funds?

    Or any other managed funds for that matter?
    You mean like the ING Diversified Yield Fund that ANZ promoted a few years back. No personal experience but witnessed other peoples experience with ANZ wealth management experts(commission agents) recommending funds they don't understand to people who shouldn't be investing in them. They had to change their name to One Path because they were such a disgrace. Fortunately the banking ombudsman helped recover some funds but based on past experience I wouldn't rely on them to know what they are doing with your money.

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    ANZ One Path etc.......
    Keep well away.

    I have had over $500K invested since 2007.
    The last have have to get rid of is $100k in Property Securities Fund.
    With an overall return of $12000.00 over the period todate.
    Fees cost me more than $12K
    I did better on my own with the share market.
    ANZ Clip The ticket regardless...
    Don't GO THERE !!!
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