How do I change my address?

How do I change my address?

To update the CHESS registered address on your account, please complete the Change of Address Notification form which can be found in our Forms Library and email it to support@marketech.com.au, together with the following documentation:
  1. Drivers licence or passport - so that we can verify your signature on the form; and 
  2. A copy of a utilities bill which shows your new address
Important:  Don't forget to jump on Macquarie Online or call 1800 806 310 to update the address for your Macquarie CMA.
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