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Mercer New Zealand managed fund survey

Friday 28th July 2000

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Returns for periods ended June 30, 2000

ManagerThree monthsOne yearThree yearsFive yearsFund size
AMP Asset Management1.1910.11010.9813.26666.71
ANZ Asset Management2.149.41110.61113.6563.611
Arcus Investment Management-1.11215.8213.61na418.63
Armstrong Jones-0.31113.2513.5214.82355.66
Axa New Zealand3.3214.1310.8913.26209.98
BNZ Investment Management1.7710.2912.5413.74384.84
BT Funds Management2.6320.0112.1515.2141.612
Colonial First State Inv Management3.9111.7710.11211.11178.210
Guardian Trust Funds Management0.71011.5813.0314.33251.67
Royal & Sun Alliance1.9513.5411.3712.7(9)94.49
Tower Asset Management1.958.21210.8913.26384.25
Westpac Trust Inv Management1.7712.8612.0611.8(10)571.62
All rates of return are before tax and before management fees. Rates of return are annualised for periods exceeding one year. Past investment performance is not an adequate test of comparative performance, nor a reliable indicator of the expected absolute level of returns in the future.

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