Term deposits and cash

With Netwealth's super and investment accounts, your clients can invest in a range of term deposit options from leading providers.

Term deposits

Available term deposit options

We have selected a great range of term deposit providers and options.

3 months

BOQ
ANZ
NAB

6 months

BOQ
ANZ
NAB

1 year

BOQ
ANZ
NAB

3 years

BOQ
ANZ
NAB

5 years

BOQ
ANZ
NAB

 

View current term deposit offers

Current cash rate

Cash account information

Cash funds are pooled with cash from other investors and placed on deposit with Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited ABN 11 005 357 522 (ANZ).

As all these funds are invested in the same cash pool, cash funds held within each service receive the same rate of interest based on the daily balance of the client’s Cash Account.

The current indicative* cash rates are:
  Current
Netwealth Wrap Service1 1.00%
Netwealth Superannuation Master Fund2  1.00%


The historical indicative* cash rates are:
  20/07/17 14/07/17 03/03/17 03/08/16
Netwealth Wrap Service1 1.00% 1.00% 1.20% 1.00%
Netwealth Superannuation Master Fund2  1.00% 1.20% 1.20% 1.00%

 

For older indicative cash rate changes please contact Netwealth.

 

* The funds in your cash account earn monthly interest at a rate set by us. The rate is set at no less than 0.50% p.a. less than the target cash rate set by the Reserve Bank of Australia during the month (which is often referred to as the ‘official cash rate’)

(1) Including Wealth Accelerator, Investment Wrap, Russell Investments Wealth Series, Russell Investments Portfolio Service

(2) Including Super Accelerator, Super Wrap, Russell Investments Super Series

 

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