Cash Withdrawals and Payments 

Make multiple withdrawals and payments to third party bank accounts.

Overview

Cash withdrawals and payments, made easy 

This guide is for advisers and investors. Last updated 6 Feb 2019.

Did you know that as a user with transact access, you can make multiple withdrawals from a Netwealth account every day? You can also make payments to third party bank accounts.

These are just more ways we're making withdrawals and payments more flexible for our account holders.

 

In this module we will cover: 

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How to get started


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pay anyone withdrawals are only available to Netwealth Wealth Accelerator account holders. For information on when you can withdraw from your Super Accelerator account, read your member information guides here.

Payments to third party bank accounts are available to Netwealth Wealth Accelerator account holders who do not have multiple signatories on their account.

To enable Pay Anyone, an account holder must log into their Netwealth account and navigate via the main menu to My Details > Bank Details, select the Pay Anyone tab and 'enable'.

How-to-guide 

Making a withdrawal or third party payment - Investors 

 

Step 1: Navigate to the cash withdrawal tool

Any user with online transact access to the portal may make a withdrawal or third party payment. Select any account and then navigate using the main menu to Transactions > Pay and Withdraw > Withdrawal 

 

Step 2: Input the amount to withdraw from your account

a) Elect the withdrawal amount 

If there is enough available cash, input in the amount you would like to withdraw, and a narration for the withdrawal (e.g. investment property deposit).

b) Sell assets to top up available cash (optional) 

If there is not enough available cash at the time of the withdrawal, you can choose to sell a managed fund(s) within the withdrawal screen (select the Yes option at the bottom of the page).

To track the status of the managed fund redemption, navigate to your Dashboard and look under My Tasks > Pending Withdrawals.


Advanced tip:
If you would prefer selling shares, you can proceed with the withdrawal and then go to Transactions > Buy and Sell > Sell Shares. The withdrawal will not proceed until sufficient cash is available, so will need to aware for any share trades to fill on market, or managed fund sales to settle.


Step 3: Selecting your withdrawal destination  

Option 1: Making a withdrawal to a nominated bank account

a) Click on the radio button to select the bank account option and select one of the nominated banks accounts.
b) When you are happy with the details, click Submit.


Option 2: Making a payment to a third party bank account 

a) Click on the radio button to select the pay anyone option.

b) In the blank fields, enter the bank details for the payment.

c) When you are happy with the details, click Submit and you will be taken to the Withdrawal Summary page. 

Note: If the cumulative value of withdrawals instructed on the day exceeds $5,000, you will need to click on Send SMS Code which will provide a code to your mobile phone to enter. The transaction will then be sent to Netwealth to finalise the payment and a confirmation notification will be sent to you once completed.

 

How-to-guide 

Making a withdrawal or third party payment - advisers

Step 1: Navigate to the cash withdrawal tool

Any user with online transact access to the portal may make a withdrawal or third party payment. Select any account and then navigate using the main menu to Transactions > Pay and Withdraw > Withdrawal 

 

Step 2: Input the amount to withdraw from your account

a) Elect the withdrawal amount 

If there is enough available cash, input in the amount you would like to withdraw, and a narration for the withdrawal (e.g. investment property deposit).

b) Sell assets to top up available cash (optional) 

If there is not enough available cash at the time of the withdrawal, you can choose to sell a managed fund(s) within the withdrawal screen (select the Yes option at the bottom of the page).

To track the status of the managed fund redemption, navigate to your Dashboard and look under My Tasks > Pending Withdrawals.


Advanced tip:
If you would prefer selling shares, you can proceed with the withdrawal and then go to Transactions > Buy and Sell > Sell Shares. The withdrawal will not proceed until sufficient cash is available, so will need to aware for any share trades to fill on market, or managed fund sales to settle.


Step 3: Selecting your withdrawal destination  

Option 1: Making a withdrawal to a nominated bank account

a) Click on the radio button to select the bank account option and select one of the nominated banks accounts.
b) When you are happy with the details, click Submit.


Option 2: Making a payment to a third party bank account 

a) Click on the radio button to select the pay anyone option.

b) In the blank fields, enter the bank details for the payment.

c) Click Submit and the payment will be processed, and a confirmation notification will be sent to the client once completed.

Note: If the cumulative value of withdrawals instructed on the day exceeds $5,000, a SMS text notification will be sent to the account holder asking them to approve the withdrawal. We require the account holder to login to their account and verify the transaction before it can proceed. 

To approve the withdrawal, the account holder must login, navigate to Portfolio > Dashboard and under the My Tasks area click on the Pay Anyone task under Pending Approvals. This task will be automatically deleted after two weeks if it has not been approved/ rejected by the account holder. 

Once the client clicks on the task they will be able to view the withdrawal information. To proceed they simply click on Send SMS Code in the Security Check box which will provide a code to their mobile phone to enter.

The transaction will then be sent to Netwealth to finalise the payment and a confirmation notification will be sent to the account holder. 

Advanced tip: Advisers can view all their clients’ outstanding Pay Anyone proposals by navigating in the main menu to My Business > Open Activities.

FAQ's

Yes. You are able to make as many payments to nominated accounts in a single day.

Yes, you can use our pay anyone functionality. Simply add the bank details and reference for the Netwealth account you would like to make payment to. Netwealth will process the payment via the Netwealth Applications account, and the contribution will be added to the receiving account the following day.

Netwealth will not allow Pay Anyone withdrawals to be used to pay advice fees. To instruct the payment of an advice fees, please complete the Change of Advice Fees form, which can be found at Forms & Research > Forms & Disclosure Documents > Wealth Accelerator.

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