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Invest with mFund Settlement Service

What is the mFund Settlement Service?

Buy and sell units in unlisted managed funds

At AMP Capital, we have a range of high quality investment options available on ASX mFund. The mFund Settlement Service from ASX enables you to buy and sell units in selected unlisted managed funds via the stockbroker or adviser you usually use to transact shares or other ASX products. The service uses CHESS, the ASX electronic settlement system, where you can apply for or redeem units in a participating managed fund.

Track progress with the same systems you use for shares and other securities

Your holdings in these mFunds are held electronically and are linked to the same Holder Identification Number (HIN) used to hold other investments transacted through ASX. If you do not currently hold a HIN, you will be issued with one if you acquire units in a participating managed fund. That means you can track your managed fund investments using the same systems you use for shares and other securities. The mFund Settlement Service does not facilitate on-market buying and selling between investors. The mFund units settled through the mFund Settlement Service are issued and redeemed by the issuer of the fund.

Benefits of investing through mFund Settlement Service with AMP Capital

Diversification

Diversify your portfolio into a range of high quality investments in asset classes such as property, infrastructure and fixed income.

Access

Find a world of investment opportunities usually difficult for retail investors to access such as infrastructure, commercial property and bonds.

Expertise

Partner with us for access to a range of specialist, global investment professionals.

Risks of using the ASX mFund Settlement Service

Risks specific to investing through the ASX mFund Settlement Service include the potential for counterparty risk when entering into a financial transactions with a third party, such as a broker. Investing through the mFund Settlement Service may bring some risk in that the ASX may suspend or revoke the admission of a fund to the mFund Settlement Service, or there could be connection or system failures that prevent connection with the ASX system.

In addition, the risks associated with managed funds and of investing in the particular fund continue to apply.

How to invest

With a full service broker

If you don’t have an existing Full Service Stockbroker relationship, visit the ASX website for more information on which brokers are participating in the service.

With an online broker

If you don’t have an existing Online Stockbroking relationship, visit the ASX website for more information on which brokers are participating in the service.

Still confused?

If you have any questions about the suite of AMP Capital Funds available on mFund, please contact us on 1800 759 543 or email mfundservices@ampcapital.com.au

 


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