Kingfish is an investment company that provides shareholders with exposure to growing New Zealand companies. If you’d like to buy Kingfish Limited (KFL) shares on the New Zealand Exchange, here’s what you need to do.
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Kingfish Limited is a listed investment company and is listed on the Main Board of the NZX. It aims to achieve a high rate of return due to income and capital growth, and provide investors with access to a diversified portfolio of New Zealand growth companies.
The portfolio comprises between 15 and 25 New Zealand companies and is designed to suit medium- and long-term investors.
The fund manager is Fisher Funds, a specialist investment management company that was established in 1998.
In its annual report for the year ended 31 March 2021, Kingfish announced the following financial results:
|Name||Kingfish Limited||Industry||Asset Management|
|Type||Ordinary Shares||Date listed on NZX||31 Mar 2004|
|End of financial year||March||Independent chairman||Alistair Ryan|
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