Investors - What if my interest payments or distributions have not been paid?

If you have not received your interest payment by the due date or an anticipated distribution from your investment, you should contact your investment company and seek financial advice on how the non-payment of your investment income will affect your personal circumstances. This will ensure that you are able to make the most informed decision in relation to your financial future.

The most recent prospectus (for debenture holders) or the product disclosure statement (for a managed investment scheme) will tell you who to contact if you have any concerns or complaints in relation to your investment.

If you are experiencing financial hardship you can contact Centrelink or the Department of Veterans Affairs as you may be eligible for a temporary exemption under the hardship provisions or some other form of assistance.

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Last updated: 23/03/2016 03:13