Fund discounts

Helping you make the most of your investments

We’ve negotiated reduced ongoing charges on hundreds of funds on our platform, and are always looking to negotiate more discounts.

How it works

Quarterly rebate

In some instances, the discount will be a payment that will be reinvested at the end of every quarter into the qualifying funds. Any rebates you receive in an Investment Account are potentially liable to income tax at your marginal tax rate.

Lower ongoing fund charges

In other instances, some funds have the discount built into the fund’s ongoing charges, so you pay a lower charge than usual. A list of the funds with lower ongoing charges will soon be available on this page as part of planned site improvements.

All the funds listed below work on a rebate basis. Please also note that the ongoing charges figure shown below is gross of any discount, which means the negotiated discount is not included in the listed ongoing charges figure. Therefore, after a quarterly rebate has been applied, the effective ongoing charges you pay on this fund will reduce. For example, if the annual ongoing charges on a fund are 1.20% with a negotiated discount of 0.10%, you will effectively pay 1.10% on that fund after the four quarterly rebates have been re-invested into the fund in the year. Also, remember that any rebates you receive in an Investment Account are potentially liable to income tax at your marginal tax rate.

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