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 Ordinary Unit class is open for investment.
The current buy spread is nil and the current sell spread is 2.5%.
Please note, the unit price is placed on hold at certain times, including during the time taken to process distributions and while independent valuations are being finalised.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. For more information see the Product Disclosure Statement.
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. Distribution rates are reviewed on an ongoing basis.
DIF4's historical distributions can be found below. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
Australian and New Zealand resident investors may reinvest all of their distribution entitlement for Ordinary Units. Any distribution reinvested will be invested at the ex-distribution entry price prevailing on the last day of the period. As at July 2023, there is no Buy Spread and a 5% discount to the Entry Price for reinvested distributions.
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 please login to InvestorServe or contact registry.
Withholding tax to be applied to foreign investors
DIF4 is managed investment trust for the purpose of Subdivision 12-H of the Taxation Administration Act 1953 (Cth). These components are provided solely for the purpose 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 purpose 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 remains open and has five-year investment terms. This information is for investors looking to redeem their investment.
As per the product disclosure statement, Charter Hall Direct Industrial Fund No.4 provides Limited Withdrawal Offers and Liquidity Events.
Limited Withdrawal Offers
Limited Withdrawal Offers are intended to be made every six months, subject to the Fund having available liquid assets. Limited Withdrawal Offers are notified via the quarterly report and published on this website.
There are currently no Limited Withdrawal Offers open.
Liquidity Events will be offered every five years. Subject to its obligations at law, the Responsibility Entity will endeavour to provide liquidity for all investors wishing to redeem all or some of their investment.
The next Liquidity Event is expected to occur in November 2026 and all investors will be notified at that time.
General information about liquidity
DIF4 is an illiquid investment and is not open to daily withdrawals.
When a Limited Withdrawal Offer or Liquidity Event is open, a form will be available on this website. Please note the withdrawal or liquidity forms are not general and are specific to each offer.
When participating in Limited Withdrawal Offers or Liquidity Events you can go online to InvestorServe to confirm that your form has been received or you can call the registry on 1300 137 895 to request confirmation of receipt. Any forms received after the close date will not be valid
The amount you receive when you participate in Limited Withdrawal Offer or Liquidity Event is the number of units you redeem multiplied by the unit price as at the date of payment, less any sell spread. All offers maybe cancelled, deferred, scaled back or suspended in exception circumstances. Refer to the PDS for further details.
Distributions for DIF4 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.
DIF4 has rolling five year investment terms.
The fund was launched in November 2016 with an initial term ending in or around November 2021. Following the conclusion of the initial term, the fund will have rolling five year terms.
A unique identifier issued by APIR® to participants and products within the financial services industry. DIF4’s APIR® code is MAQ0854AU.
DIF4 is not open to daily withdrawals.
DIF4 is an illiquid investment and investors should expect to redeem their investment in the fund only when it is wound up or when there is a Liquidity Event.
As per the fund's product disclosure statement, DIF4 provides Limited Withdrawal Offers and Liquidity Events.
Limited Withdrawal Offers are intended to be made every six months, subject to the fund having available liquid assets. Liquidity Events will be offered at the conclusion of each five year investment term.
Please refer to the Liquidity section of the Investor Centre and the product disclosure statement for additional information.
Units in DIF4 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 Limited Withdrawal Offer is a way for us to assist investors who wish to access their capital by offering an opportunity to redeem their investment.
As per the DIF4 product disclosure statement, Limited Withdrawal Offers are intended to be made every six months, subject to the fund having available liquid assets.
Charter Hall intends to notify investors of upcoming Limited Withdrawal Offers via the quarterly report. Additional details will be published under the Liquidity section of the Investor Centre.
To participate in a Limited Withdrawal Offer, investors will need to complete a withdrawal form and submit completed forms to the registry for processing. Withdrawal forms will be made available for download in the Investor Centre once a Limited Withdrawal Offer has opened.
To check correspondence has been received, please go online to InvestorServe at any time. Alternatively, you can call our registry on 1300 137 895 to request confirmation of receipt. Please ensure you provide your investor number when making any enquiries about your investment.
Any forms received after a Limited Withdrawal Offer has closed will not be counted or valid and will not receive a redemption.
The amount you receive from a Limited Withdrawal Offer will depend on the total value of all requests received. As a result, the amount you receive may be less than the amount you have requested. If the total value of requests from investors exceeds the amount available, you will receive a percentage of your requested amount.
The option to reinvest your distributions is only available to Australian or New Zealand resident investors and only applies to DIF4 Ordinary Units. Please refer to the Distribution section of the Investor Centre and the product disclosure statement for additional information.
Unfortunately DIF4 does not currently have the ability to offer withdrawals based on hardship.
You are required to provide written notification to note the death of an investor on our register.
The death of an investor can be notified by sending either:
Please also send new bank account details with the written notification if they are required.
Once the notification has been made, there are two options: apply to redeem the investment or keep the investment by transferring it to a surviving holder or beneficiary.
Option 1: Apply to redeem the investment
From July 2021, a deceased estate's holdings can be redeemed at any time, subject to certain limits, including a maximum request of $500,000 per investor per fund. The following entities are eligible to make a deceased estate redemption request:
The following entities are not eligible for deceased estate redemption requests:
If eligible to request a redemption, please complete the Deceased Estate Withdrawal Request Form (Direct) and provide all required supporting documentation described in the form. Please note, all supporting documentation relating to notification of a deceased estate must be certified copies.
Redemption requests are reviewed at the beginning of each month. If the request is approved, payment will usually be made around 30 days after approval is granted. Redemptions will be processed on or around the 15th of each month using the unit price that day minus the sell spread. It is not possible to backdate a request.
Deceased estate redemptions may be cancelled, deferred, scaled back or suspended in exceptional circumstances such as where it is impracticable to offer liquidity or it would not be in the best interests of remaining investors for liquidity to be offered.
Please send all documentation to the Charter Hall registry team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information for financial advisers
For investments held on wrap platforms, the redemption request can be managed by the wrap platform directly using the Deceased Estate Withdrawal Request Form (Wrap) or you can transfer the investment off wrap to a direct holding and deal with Charter Hall directly. Please contact your local BDM for further information.
Option 2: Transfer the investment to a surviving holder or beneficiary
If you are ineligible to request a redemption, your application to redeem is not approved or you wish to keep the investment for other reasons, you need to transfer the investment to a surviving holder or beneficiary. Please see below for what to provide depending on the holding type.
Individual account (Australian unitholding) with probate:
Individual account (Australian unitholding) without probate (only possible if the holding is 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.