PDS and forms

Before you start

If you are interested in one of our products we recommend you speak to your financial adviser. Your financial adviser can provide guidance based on your financial needs to determine whether an investment is suitable.

IML’s Funds are available on most leading platforms. Please contact your state representative for more information.

To invest in the Funds directly, please follow the steps below & contact us if you have any questions.

The minimum initial investment in the Funds directly is A$50,000. Additional investments must be for a minimum of A$5,000.

 

Continuous Disclosure & Regulatory Notices

Attribution Managed Investment Trust Regime Read more

Natixis acquires majority stake in IML Read more

Non-resident investors for tax purposes – Common Reporting Standard

New financial reporting rules have recently been enacted (effective 1 July 2017) that may require us to provide certain information to the ATO each year if you are a non-resident for tax purposes. These rules are known as the Common Reporting Standard or CRS. The new rules are intended to act as a deterrent to tax evasion in your country of residency. The type of information we may provide to the ATO includes your name, your taxpayer identification number in your country of residence, your investment balance and any payments received by you. The ATO will provide this information to the tax authority in your country of residence.



New investors

Step 1: PDS & Investment Guide

If you are interested in investing directly with us it is important that you read & consider both the IML Investment Guide together with the relevant Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) carefully before deciding whether to invest and before lodging an application for units in any of the Funds to ensure you understand how the Fund works and the risks involved.  

Please note that this document forms part of the PDS and needs to be referred to in conjunction with the IML PDS’s.

Product Disclosure Statements

Step 2: Application Forms

Please note this form is applicable to all the IML suite of Funds.

To proceed, please complete the application form either electronically or in print in accordance with the instructions in “Completing the Application Form” (page 2) and provide the supporting identification documents required for your application, as required under the Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing Act 2006 of Australia.

Please complete the additional form if you fall under FATCA – Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act:

Step 3: Send

Please print and provide all relevant identification documents as indicated duly certified. We cannot accept applications without these documents.

Please send the completed form to:

RBC Investor Services Trust – Registry Operations

GPO Box 4471 Sydney NSW 2001 Australia

Step 4: Transfer

For payment by cheque:

Cheques should be made payable to:

RBC IS AN IML Apps a/c <Name of Investor> and sent together with the completed application form to:

RBC Investor Services Trust – Registry Operations

GPO Box 4471
Sydney NSW 2001

Australia

For payment by direct credit:

Payment should be credited to the following account:

Bank: ANZ Banking Group

BSB: 012/003

Account Name: RBC IS AN IML Apps a/c

<Name of Investor>

Account Number: 837 194 679

Existing investors

Additional Investment

An additional investment may be made at any time. The minimum additional investment amount is $5,000.

For additional investments, complete the Additional Investment Form which is found above. IML will also accept a completed application form or a written instruction. Additional applications requests and cleared application monies must be received before 3.00pm (or 4.00pm where applicable) AEST on a Business Day in Sydney, Australia to be processed with the unit price calculated for that Business Day. A buy-sell spread will apply. You can send your additional application request by mail or facsimile to +61 2 8262 5492. Additional applications requests are only accepted via facsimile from existing unit holders.

Additional Forms