Investor Withdrawals

To withdraw your funds from a First Mortgage Trust Fund you must complete a Notice of Withdrawal.
Withdrawals are normally actioned twice a week (on Monday and Thursday) and we generally action withdrawals within four business days of receiving your completed Notice of Withdrawal.
We will need to receive a completed and signed Notice of Withdrawal by the close of business on Tuesday for processing on the following Thursday, and by the close of business on a Thursday for processing the following Monday. (If a Public Holidays falls within these dates we may require an extra day to process the transaction.)
A Notice of Withdrawal must be for at least 100 units or the whole amount of your investment if the balance of your investment is less than 500 units.

Withdrawals Dates for the upcoming quarters

You can download the Notice of Withdrawal and email the completed form to [email protected]

Withdrawals for June 2024 quarter:

Completed and signed Notices of Withdrawal need to be received on or before Thursday 20 June 2024 for payment on Monday 1 July.

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