The unit price is calculated for each Business Day and relects the NAV per Unit and may be adjusted for the capitalisation of certain fund expenses.
Please note the unit price is placed on hold during the time taken to process distributions.
Download current & historical unit prices
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
The fund's distributions are payable quarterly in arrears between 15 and 20 days after the quarters ending March and September and between 20 and 25 days after the quarters ending June and December.
DIF2's distribution rate from 1 July 2019 is 9.00 cpu p.a (Wholesale units).
Existing investors can access information on their holding through InvestorServe, a secure online facility hosted by the registry, Boardroom. Investors can view details of their holding, update personal information or communication preferences and download historical statements or correspondence.
If you are having trouble accessing InvestorServe or you aren’t registered yet, call the registry on 1300 137 895.
The fund's year end for taxation purposes is 30 June, at which time the net income and the components of the distribution are determined. The total annual distribution is advised in the Annual Tax Statement, mailed to investors in August.
To access your Annual Tax Statement, login to InvestorServe or contact registry.
Witholding tax to be applied to international investors
DIF2 is a managed investment trust for the purpose of Subdivision 12-H of the Taxation Administration Act 1953 (Cth). These components are provided solely for the purposes of Subdivision 12-H and should not be used for any other purpose. Information for the purposes of assisting custodians and nominee companies to determine the appropriate level of withholding tax to be applied to foreign investors.
Distribution history for the purposes of subdivision 12-H:
A taxation guide has been produced to assist investors in completing their income tax return. The guide provides general information only and should not be relied on, and does not constitute taxation advice.
The fund had an initial seven-year term ending on or around December 2019.
In September 2019, ahead of the conclusion of the initial seven-year fund term, we wrote to investors to provide a fund update, a recommendation to extend the term of the fund and to provide an opportunity for investors to exit some or all of their investment in the fund. We are pleased to advise due to overwhelming investor support the fund term has been extended by three years to December 2022 and all redemption requests will be met in full prior to 31 March 2020.
Distributions for DIF2 are payable quarterly in arrears between 15 and 20 days after the quarters ending March and September and between 20 and 25 days after the quarters ending June and December. Further information can be found on the Distributions section of the Investor Centre page.
DIF2 is not open to daily withdrawals.
DIF2 is an illiquid investment and investors should expect to redeem their investment in the fund only when it is wound up, or via a Liquidity Event.
DIF2 had an initial seven-year term scheduled to conclude in December 2019. In September 2019, ahead of the conclusion of the initial term, we wrote to investors to provide a fund update, a recommendation to extend the term of the fund and to provide an opportunity for investors to exit some or all of their investment in the fund. At that time, the fund term was extended by three years to December 2022 (Extension Term) and we accepted withdrawal requests for all investors who chose to exit some or all of their investment at that time, with redemption proceeds due to be paid by 31 March 2020.
Prior to the conclusion of the Extension Term, the Responsible Entity will communicate with investors and provide an update regarding the future of the fund.
Please refer to the product disclosure statement and the fund update sent to investors in September 2019 for additional information.
Units in DIF2 are also transferable and investors may elect to sell their units privately.
We cannot assist investors to find a buyer for their units. However if an investor does find a willing buyer and negotiates the sale of their units, a standard transfer and application form will need to be completed by each party and sent to our registry for processing. Forms are available for download on the Documents & Forms page.
A unique identifier issued by APIR® to participants and products within the financial services industry. DIF2’s APIR® code is MAQ0815AU (Ordinary Units) and MAQ0816AU (Wholesale Units).
The fund is not open to new applications or additional investments.
For a list of Charter Hall Direct funds currently open to investment, please visit the Charter Hall All Funds page.
You may speak to your financial adviser, other professional adviser, our registry Boardroom and/or Charter Hall.
Alternatively you can log on to Charter Hall InvestorServe or contact our registry on 1300 137 895 for account or administrative issues including:
You can also call the unit registry for assistance with logging into InvestorServe on 1300 137 895.
The value of your investment can be calculated by multiplying the number of units you hold by the fund’s current unit price. You can find the number of units you hold on your distribution or transaction statement and the latest unit price can be found on the investor centre page for the relevant fund.
Alternatively, you can log on to Charter Hall InvestorServe or contact our registry. Please ensure you have your investor number when requesting this information.
Annual taxation statements are mailed to investors in July/August for each separate investment held. The annual taxation statement shows the taxation components of the distribution payments made throughout the year. Investors should wait to receive this statement before lodging their tax return. Please contact your tax adviser should you have any questions on the information contained within the taxation statement.
To notify a change of your details, please log on to Charter Hall InvestorServe. Alternatively, please advise our registry in writing using the relevant form based on your circumstances. Registry forms are available for download on the Documents & Forms page.
Please note the important requirements you should attach to your completed change of details form, as appropriate:
Change of name by marriage:
Change of name by divorce:
Change of name by deed poll:
Change of company name:
Forms are to be returned to:
Boardroom Pty Limited
GPO Box 3993
Sydney NSW 2001
Phone: 1300 137 895
Yes, a transfer takes place when you decide to sell all or part of your investment to another person or entity.
A transfer is a change of ownership of units within the same fund. A separate standard transfer form is required to transfer your holding for each registered holding.
Please seek financial advice.
The standard transfer form can be found on our Documents & Forms page.
Please note that when a transfer takes place, our registry treats this as a new holding, even if it is a simple name change with the same trustees or company directors. Therefore all banking details, tax file numbers, Australian business numbers (ABNs) and adviser details will need to be provided on the new transfer form.
You are required to provide written notification to note the death of an investor on our register. You will need to provide the following:
Individual account (Australian unitholding)
Joint account or joint executors of a super fund (Australian unitholding):
Depending on your circumstances, the following documentation is required:
Individual account (Australian unitholding) with probate:
Individual account (Australian unitholding) without probate:
Individual account (Australian unitholding) without probate or will (holding valued at less than $20,000):
Joint account or joint executors of a super fund (Australian unitholding):
Sole Director of a Company:
Contact our registry on 1300 137 895 for further information on administering a deceased estate or for information on overseas unitholder or company matters.
Deceased estate's holdings can be redeemed via limited withdrawal offers or liquidity events. The relevant form is required to be signed by the executor or public trustee where there is probate. Without probate, a redemption request sent by the authorised party is required with a statutory declaration stating that probate has not been requested in any other state and no one is contesting the will.
If you do not provide your tax file number on your original application form, you can provide it at any time in the future. Please note it is not compulsory to quote your TFN, however withholding tax will be taken from any payments from Investors who elect not to provide their TFN. These investors will then be required to claim the withholding tax through their annual tax return. The tax file number form can be found on the Documents & Forms page.
If you are required to submit a certified copy of any original document, an authorised person needs to certify that the copy is a true copy of the original. A document can be certified by one of the following persons:
What must the certifier do?
The certifier must confirm the copy is certified as a true copy of the original documentation and clearly state their name, category and date of certification. An example of appropriate certification wording is:
“I certify this (and the following pages each of which I have signed/initialled) to be a true copy of the document shown and reported to me as the original.”
Please note certification is only accepted if within two years of the date of certification.
If you have appointed an adviser on the application form or by using the adviser appointment form, your investment may be subject to an adviser professional fee for service as mutually agreed and instructed to us on the form. The fee can be a percentage of the application amount or a dollar value. If no adviser is appointed there will be no fee deducted. Please contact your adviser for more details or our registry on 1300 137 895.
Individual taxation outcomes as a result of a withdrawal will depend on a number of factors including, but not limited to, exit price, length of investment, and the structure of the investing entity.
Charter Hall is unable to provide taxation advice. We recommend that investors seek taxation advice regarding any withdrawal proceeds.
Charter Hall Direct Property Management Limited (Issuer) confirms it has a legally compliant dispute resolution system that is, and will continue to be, available to retail clients who invest in the Issuer’s products via Investor Directed Portfolio Service (IDPS) or IDPS-like platforms, as if the investor was a direct investor. We confirm this includes a compliant internal dispute resolution procedure and membership of one or more dispute resolution schemes.
For enquiries regarding your personal holding in a fund. This includes account balances, unit price and distribution enquiries, requesting a statement, changing contact details and assistance with investor online facilities. Please have your investor number (as shown on your distribution statements) ready to quote.
GPO Box 3993, Sydney, NSW, 2001