When you open an ANZ Online Investment Account, the account is fully integrated with ANZ Internet Banking and looks and feels like an online savings account.
The important difference is that as an investment, your money is invested in a fund which is linked closely to the performance of the largest 200 publicly listed companies on the Australian share market.
This fund tracks the S&P/ASX 200 Index – meaning your investment increases or decreases in value, excluding the effects of fees and charges, depending on the daily fluctuations of the index on the ASX.
What’s truly unique about the ANZ Online Investment Account is just how easy it is to deposit money into your investment, as well as access your funds if needed.
You can monitor your investment performance anytime using ANZ Internet Banking as well as accessing your transaction history to see how it’s performed over time.
Learn more about the ANZ Online Investment Account
- Benefits of the ANZ Online Investment Account
- How your money is invested
- Deposits and withdrawals
- Investment returns
- Investment risks
- Tax considerations
This product is jointly issued by ANZ (for the deposit account) and OnePath Funds Management Limited (for the Fund). The performance of an investment in the Online Investment Account is not guaranteed and can be volatile, particularly in the short term. Once the money that you have deposited is invested in the Fund, it is no longer held on deposit by ANZ or subject to any depositor protection under the Banking Act 1959.
Neither ANZ, OnePath Funds Management nor any other company in the ANZ Group guarantees your investment in the Online Investment Account or the performance of the product or its investments. Your investment in the product is subject to a range of investment risks. They include possible delays in the repayment of withdrawals from your investment and loss of income and principal invested.
ANZ and OnePath Funds Management recommend you read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDF 896kB) before deciding to acquire or hold the product.
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