– CommSec Direct Funds

Save up on entry fees when you invest in managed funds through CommSec Direct Funds (

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CommSec Direct Funds

Save up to 100% on entry fees when you invest in managed funds through CommSec Direct Funds (www.

Managed and superannuation funds are an easy way to invest in shares, property, bonds – you can even set up a Self Managed Super Fund with CommSec SMSF Manager.

CommSec Direct Funds has over 800 funds available to investors from over 40 fund managers. ComSec’s online research tools that make it easy compare and research funds, track fund performance and find a fund that matches your investor profile.

When you invest through CommSec Direct Funds, you will receive rebate of some or all of the normal fund entry fee, saving you up to 4% every time you invest.

As registered CommSec client, you can create a portfolio to keep track of the value of your investments in funds and review the overall asset allocation of the portfolio.

You can start investing with as little as $1,000, then build your investment with regular contributions of only $100 a month.

Please visit CommSec’s website to learn more about CommSec Direct Funds.

Commonwealth Securities Limited ABN 60 067 254 399, AFSL 238814.
Telephone 13 15 20
Address Locked Bag 22 Australia Square Sydney NSW 2000
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The review " – CommSec Direct Funds" was last updated on 16/04/2015.

  • Norma

    How is this ComSec direct stuff different from the normal high-interest savings accounts that are offered by BankWest or St Georges? It looks to me that normal high interest bank accounts are a safer option. Can someone comment on that?

  • DJ

    It appears that in order to use the “My Portfolio” reporting service, you need to be a ComSec client. It look good, though.