NGS Self-Managed (direct investments)

More choices and greater control over your investments

NGS Self-Managed provides a gateway to direct investments - that means you have control over the investments in your portfolio and can choose to invest in a range of ASX-listed companies, exchange traded funds and term deposits. NGS Self-Managed is low cost, easy to use and hassle-free – a great alternative to a traditional self-managed super fund (SMSF) which can be expensive and time-consuming to manage.

Benefits of NGS Self-Managed

No set-up fees, low cost

Hassle-free administration

Ongoing support

What investments are
available through NGS


Term Deposits

You have the option to select from a range of term deposit providers and terms and have the flexibility to determine if the deposit will automatically rollover to a new term.

Rates (% per annum as at 12 October 2018)

Provider/Term 1mth 3mth 6mth
ANZ 1.90% 2.55% 2.58%
Macquarie Bank 1.90% 2.61% 2.70%
ME Bank 2.00% 2.60% 2.80%
National Australia Bank 1.90% 2.61% 2.62%

ASX Listed Companies

You can pick and choose to invest in ASX 300-listed companies. The platform has low-cost brokerage charges when you trade shares.

Exchange Traded Funds (EFTs)

You can choose to invest in a choice of ETFs, which are similar to managed funds but traded on the Australian Securities Exchange. ETFs can be bought and sold in the same way as shares.

Thinking about investing in a self managed super fund?

This tool will help you assess whether an SMSF is suitable for you.
It contains 16 multiple choice questions, and should take about 5 mins to complete.

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For more information

In order to help you explore your potential investment strategies and understand the best option for your needs, we’ve provided some handy documents covering some investment fundamentals.

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