Te Whai Hua Performance
TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Fund

The Fund was initially launched in October 2019 as a wholesale unit trust, limited to wholesale investors and managed by Clarity Funds Management Limited in partnership with TAHITO Limited as the investment consultant.

In June 2021, the Fund converted to a retail unit trust open to all investors.

For more information contact us above.


Te Whai Hua Performance
Ngā Tahua
Fund Overview

The TAHITO Process
We have derived over 50 qualitative and quantitative
measures from our indigenous value set that are
applied to screen companies. These are not ‘negative screens’.
We apply our measures mostly through a positive screening process.

Māori ethics put people and the environment first
because both are fundamental to living and thriving.
This thinking is implicit in the ancestral Māori
worldview which centres on connection and
the interdependence of all things.



Key features of the Fund

Te ngako o te Tahua:

  • Positive ethical screening
  • High ESG quality Active management
  • Very low carbon foot print
  • Environmental and social impact
  • Competitive wholesale fees
  • Application of the indigenous ethical lens

What we look for in companies:

  • Display connectivity and value relationships
  • Serious about their ethics
  • People and the environment are high priority
  • Open and transparent
  • Share the wealth
  • Care for and give back to the community
  • Strong competent governance
  • Willingness to change and engage new technology
  • Long term sustainable growth potential
Te Whai Hua Performance
Ngā Putea
TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Fund Performance

TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Fund Performance

May Table


Paenga-whāwhā 2024 (Returns net of fees)

Graph may

Benchmark - 50% NZX 50 Portfolio index (including imputation credits) / 50% ASX Accumulation 200
index (in NZD). Fund returns are after deductions for fees but before tax. Benchmark returns have no
deduction for fees or tax.

Te Whai Hua Performance

Ngātahi o ESG

ESG Integration

Portfolio Analytics


Portfolio Analytics


*Figures as at 30 September 2023

Portfolio Fossil Fuels


Fossil Fuels

The companies in the Te Tai o Rehua Fund hold no fossil fuel reserves
and any ties to fossil fuels. (*Data from the MSCI ESG Carbon Portfolio
Analytics report and the MSCI fossil fuel reserves and ties to fossil
fuels screens. Also supported by the Morningstar Carbon Report.
Carbon reports are updated quarterly.)

Portfolio Carbon Emission Summary

Carbon Emissions Comparison


The carbon emissions in Te Tai o Rehua Fund are 88.7% lower than all NZ AU MSCI listed equites with a AAA or AA ESG rating. Carbon intensity is 83.8% lower and weighted average carbon intensity is 87.9% lower. (NZ AU AA+ = New Zealand and Australian equities with and ESG rating of AA or better) (NZ AU IMI = The Morgan Stanley New Zealand and Australia Investible Market Index).

O Nui Ethics / Values
He Whakapūmau
TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Fund Performance

Responsible Investment Association Australasia certification 


RIAA’s RI Certification Symbol signifies that a product or service offers an investment style that takes into account environmental, social, governance or ethical considerations. The Symbol also signifies that the TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Fund adheres to the strict operational and disclosure practices required under the Responsible Investment Certification Program for the category of Product. The Certification Symbol is a Trademark of the Responsible Investment Association Australasia (RIAA). Detailed information about RIAA, the Symbol and the TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Fund’s methodology, performance and stock holdings can be found at, together with details about other responsible investment products certified by RIAA1


Certified By RIAA


1. The Responsible Investment Certification Program does not constitute financial product advice. Neither the Certification Symbol nor RIAA recommends to any person that any financial product is a suitable investment or that returns are guaranteed. Appropriate professional advice should be sought prior to making an investment decision. RIAA does not hold an Australian Financial Services Licence.

Ngā Tuhinga Haumi
Investment Documents

Investor Documents

TAHITO Environmental, Social and Governance Sustainability, Ethics and Impact Policy (ESG-SEI Policy)

TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Statement of Investment Policies and Objectives

TAHITO Te Tai o Rehua Product Disclosure Statement

Ngā Tohu Whakahira o TAHITO - Fact Sheet March 2023

Te Pūrākau o TAHITO - The TAHITO Story

Te rārangi pakihi o Te Tahua o Te Tai o Rehua – List of securities in Te Tai o Rehua Fund


TAHITO Quarter Report June 2024

TAHITO Monthly Report May 2024

TAHITO Monthly Report April 2024

TAHITO Quarter Report March 2024

TAHITO Monthly Report February 2024

TAHITO Monthly Report January 2024

TAHITO Quarterly Report December 2023

TAHITO Monthly Report October 2023

TAHITO Quarter Report - September 2023

TAHITO Monthly Report - August 2023

TAHITO Monthly Report - July 2023

TAHITO Quarter Report - June 2023

TAHITO Monthly Report - May 2023

TAHITO Monthly Report - April 2023

TAHITO Quarter Report - March 2023

TAHITO Monthly Report - February 2023

TAHITO Monthly Report - January 2023

TAHITO Quarter Report - December 2022

TAHITO Monthly Report - November 2022

TAHITO Monthly Report - October 2022

TAHITO Quarter Report - September 2022

TAHITO Monthly Report - August 2022

TAHITO Monthly Report - July 2022

TAHITO Monthly Report - May 2022

TAHITO Monthly Report - April 2022

TAHITO Quarter Report - March 2022

TAHITO Monthly Report - February 2022

TAHITO Monthly Report - January 2022

TAHITO Quarter Report - December 2021

TAHITO Monthly Report - November 2021

Fund Updates

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (March 2024)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (December 2023)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (September 2023)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (June 2023)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (March 2023)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (December 2022)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (September 2022)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (June 2022)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (March 2022)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (December 2021)

TAHITO Quarterly Fund Update (September 2021)