Cash Management Fund
Investment Statement 2 April 2009
(The information in this section is required under the Securities Act 1978.)
Investment decisions are very important. They often have long-term consequences. Read all documents carefully. Ask
questions. Seek advice before committing yourself.
Choosing An Investment
When deciding whether to invest, consider carefully the answers to the following questions that can be found on the
pages noted below:
What sort of investment is this?
Who is involved in providing it for me?
How much do I pay?
What are the charges?
What returns will I get?
10 What are my risks?
Can the investment be altered?
How do I cash in my investment?
12 Who do I contact with enquiries about my investment?
Is there anyone to whom I can complain if I have problems with the investment?
13 What other information can I obtain about this investment?
In addition to the information in this document, important information can be found in the current registered prospectus
for the investment. You are entitled to a copy of that prospectus on request.
Engaging an investment adviser
An investment adviser must give you a written statement that contains information about the adviser and his or her
ability to give advice. You are strongly encouraged to read that document and consider the information in it when
deciding whether or not to engage an adviser.
Tell the adviser what the purpose of your investment is. This is important because different investments are suitable for
different purposes, and carry different levels of risk.
The written statement should contain important information about the adviser, including:
• relevant experience and qualifications, and whether dispute resolution facilities are available to you; and
• what types of investments the adviser gives advice about; and
• whether the advice is limited to investments offered by one or more particular financial institutions; and
information that may be relevant to the adviser’s chara