A superannuation scheme is a scheme which is not a KiwiSaver scheme but is also established principally to provide retirement benefits, and is registered under the Superannuation Schemes Act 1989. That Act regulates the registration and operation of superannuation schemes in New Zealand. The Act also implies certain protective provisions and other details into a scheme's trust deed.

Copies of the Superannuation Schemes Act 1989 are available at

View our Superannuation Schemes annual reports to Parliament.

Superannuation questions and answers

The fees that you must pay us, for example, for: applications, trust deed amendments and windups.

It is an offence to fail to provide information required under the Act. Find out about other offences and our enforcement powers

The current exemptions that apply.

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