Download the Term PIE Term Sheet
Rates are available for Retail and Business Banking customers and apply up to the first $5,000,000 of deposits held either solely or jointly with Westpac. For rates applicable to amounts in excess of $5,000,000, please contact us. Rates are not available to Financial Institutions.
Westpac Term PIE Fund - Returns paid at maturity
For terms less than six months, returns are paid in full at the end of the term. You can also elect to have returns paid at maturity for terms six months or longer.
Westpac Term PIE Fund - Monthly income
For terms of six months or longer you can choose to have returns paid monthly into your nominated bank account. This regular income stream can be ideal if you need to supplement other income such as NZ Superannuation.
Westpac Term PIE Fund - Compounding & regular return
For terms six months or longer, you can choose to have returns paid every three months. Alternatively, returns can be compounded (added automatically to your original investment) which allows you to earn ‘returns on your returns’, meaning your investment grows at a faster rate than if returns were paid out during the course of the investment or paid in full at maturity.
* The Effective Return is the rate you would need to receive from a regular savings account in order to achieve the same after tax return from your Term PIE account, based on a PIR of 28% and an income tax rate of either 30% or 33%.
** Individuals with taxable income of $48,001 to $70,000.
*** Individuals with taxable income of $70,001 and over.
Investments made in the Westpac Term PIE Fund (“the Fund”) do not represent bank deposits or liabilities of Westpac New Zealand Limited (“Westpac NZ”) or any other member of the Westpac group of companies, and are subject to investment and other risk. No Westpac company or any person guarantees the Fund's performance, returns or payment of capital. You can get a copy of the current Disclosure Statement for Westpac NZ, and a copy of the term sheet for the Fund from any Westpac branch in New Zealand free of charge. Rates of return quoted are subject to change.