New Zealand law normally requires people who offer financial products to give information to investors before they invest. This requires those offering financial products to have disclosed information that is important for investors to make an informed decision.
The usual rules do not apply to this offer because there is an exclusion for offers to wholesale investors (this includes offers where the amount invested upfront by the investor, plus any other investments the investor has already made in the financial products, is $750,000 or more). As a result of this exclusion, you may not receive a complete and balanced set of information. You will also have fewer other legal protections for this investment.
If you are an accredited investor under the definition of that term in Rule 501(a) of Regulation D of the USSecurities Act of 1933, the usual rules do not apply to offers of financial products made to you. As a result, you may not receive a complete and balanced set of information.
Investments of this kind are not suitable for retail investors. Ask questions, read all documents carefully, and seek independent financial advice before committing yourself.