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Mint Asset Management

Mint Asset Management is an independent investment management business based in Auckland, New Zealand

Mint is focused on a targeted group of investment strategies, managed by a group of highly experienced investment managers. The business is wholly owned by staff and generating investment returns is all that Mint does. Mint’s independence and size enables the firm to be flexible and create solutions specific to investor requirements.

The vision of Mint is to be a successful independent firm specialising in active investment management. Success means adding value for our clients over the long term; which in turn means retaining alpha generation capability through excellent resourcing and conservative capacity thresholds.

Why DIY investing and professional advice can see eye-to-eye

Friday, August 20th, 6:43AM

More than a year on since the first FMA ‘Great Debate’ where active investment scored a surprise win over passive, Mint Asset Management head of sales and marketing, David Boyle, reprises his role as MC in the sequel ‘Advice v DIY’, laying down the debating beat...

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Saving KiwiSaver: why contributions matter more than fees

Monday, June 14th, 8:50AM

Fees have been in the spotlight recently but Mint head of sales and marketing, David Boyle, explains why we need to dig deeper to understand what is really stopping KiwiSaver members from saving...

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TCFD sounds dreary, but it's important. Here's why

Friday, May 7th, 5:37PM

David Boyle explains why advisers need to learn about the TCFD (Taskforce on Climate-related Financial Disclosures).

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Responsible goes retail: why Mint has opened the SRI tin

Thursday, April 1st, 6:00AM

With a three-year track record as a wholesale offer under its belt, the Mint NZ SRI Equity Fund is now opening to the retail market. Mint portfolio manager, David Fyfe, answers all your responsible questions...

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Jumping lessons: what all investors can learn from GameStop loss

Tuesday, February 23rd, 6:24AM

Mint head of sales and marketing, David Boyle, explains why the ongoing GameStop experience holds lessons for new-breed investors and the old-school financial industry on handling the highs and lows of markets. Boyle takes it to the bridge...

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On the industry play-list: four chart-topping regulations for 2021

Sunday, January 24th, 9:20AM

Mint Asset Management head of sales and marketing, David Boyle, spins some old regulatory classics and new releases due to set the beat for the financial services industry this year.

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Top 10 investment lessons

Monday, December 14th, 1:22PM

Castle Point Chair, Amanda Smith, shares pivotal investing lessons garnered from her high profile and successful 26-year investment career.

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Charge of the lite (advice) brigade

Friday, December 4th, 10:20AM

Average Australians have been the cannon-fodder of advice regulations, pricing most of them out of the market, a new report suggests. Mint Asset Management head of sales and marketing, David Boyle, argues NZ can avoid the Australian carnage by shoring up the defences for ‘light’ advice...

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It’s inflation Jim but not as we know it

Friday, November 6th, 7:24AM

Mint Asset Management’s Head of Investments Anthony Halls takes us down memory lane looking at how inflation has been changing its spots and explains Covid-19 is not the only reason we are in these uncharted interest rate waters.

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KiwiSaver supermarkets – real competition for corner dairy schemes

Thursday, October 8th, 9:00AM

With two new platform-based schemes due for launch, David Boyle, Mint Asset Management Head of Sales and Marketing, says KiwiSaver will finally enter the supermarket era – giving members the wider range of choice they deserve.

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Generating income in a negative rates world

Friday, September 4th, 6:04AM

The hunt for yield is on again, with a vengeance. But how much risk will investors take to get it, and do they really understand what chasing high yield means for their hard-earned savings? Mint chief executive, Rebecca Thomas, explains why eating some capital return is a better option for income-hungry Kiwi investors.

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Mint strengthens SRI rating with UNPRI

Friday, August 7th, 1:25PM

Mint is proud to have maintained above market performance during "these unprecedented times", and overall UNPRI rating at A+/A.

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