Transferring funds between your accounts

Transferring funds between your accounts

We don’t have any involvement in your banking, and all cash transfers can be done by you through your own Macquarie online portal.

The funds are usually quick to transfer between Macquarie accounts, but will then reflect in your Marketech portfolio the following day.

When moving cash around, ensure that you have enough money in your account for any settlements on the settlement date. Late settlement fees may be charged by OpenMarkets as per their Financial Services Guide.



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