UBS Cash Management Trust

The UBS Cash Management Trust (“CMT”) aims to provide a return (before management costs) equivalent to the overnight cash rate (as published daily by the Reserve Bank of Australia). Investors in the CMT can choose two levels of access: “Primary” or “Network Plus”. More flexible CMT Debit Facilities are provided if you choose “Network Plus” access. To find out more about the CMT and CMT Debit Facilities you can read:

Notice of Change

The UBS Cash Management Trust Additional Information Booklet issued by UBS Global Asset Management (Australia) Ltd ABN 31 003 146 290, AFSL 222605 now incorporates amendments to sections 9 (Privacy) and 10 (Glossary). The changes in the UBS Cash Management Trust Additional Information Booklet reflect recent amendments to Australian privacy law.

Refer to Edition 2 of the UBS Cash Management Trust  Additional Information Booklet, which is included as one of the CMT Disclosure Documents.

The reference in the UBS CMT Debit Facilities PDS to the "Additional Information Booklet for the Trust, dated 20 June 2012" should be read as "the Additional Information Booklet for the Trust, dated 12 March 2014".

How has the Trust performed in the past?

2007/2008

2008/2009

2009/2010

2010/2011

2011/2012 2012/2013

6.12%

4.26%

2.79%

3.76%

4.81% 3.47%

Performance figures are based on the distributions paid or payable to unitholders during the relevant financial year. Past performance may not be repeated in the future and as such is not a guide to future performance. Please note that returns can be volatile. Please call 1800 338 462 for daily rates of return.


Access Types

Regular Information

  • Monthly Transaction Statements if there has been account activity, otherwise quarterly
  • Transaction Statements (March, June, September and December)
  • Balances and transactions online (available only with Network Plus access)
  • Annual Report for the Trust (which includes Trust income and expenses information)


Income

  • Accrued daily and credited to your Trust Account quarterly (or earlier if you close your Trust Account)
  • You can elect for income to be automatically reinvested or have it paid directly into a nominated account (unless it is less than $5.00)


Fees

  • Nil entry and exit fees
  • Competitive management fee


Appointment of Agents

  • You can elect to have Authorised Third Parties, Automatic Settlement Companies and Authorised Persons appointed to carry out transactions on your Trust Account (such as Third Party Transactions)

In addition to the benefits of being a Unitholder as outlined above, with Primary access there are added benefits in the way in which you can access your Trust Account:

  • Cheque and Deposit facilities
  • You will receive a personalised cheque and deposit book
  • You can write cheques and deposit funds at Westpac, Bank of Melbourne and Challenge Bank branches

Network Plus access can provide you with easy access to your Trust Account on a competitive basis. In addition to the benefits of being a Unitholder as outlined above under Primary access, with Network Plus access there are added benefits in the way in which you can access your Trust Account. The different ways you can access your Trust Account are set out below:

Internet Banking

  • view your Account Balance and transactions online
  • transfer funds to other accounts
  • pay bills via BPAY


Telephone Banking

  • check your Account Balance
  • transfer funds to other Trust accounts
  • pay bills via BPAY


Debit MasterCard®

  • ATM access
    • view transactions and Account Balances
    • withdraw cash
  • pay for meals and other merchandise

This information is general information only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. UBS Global Asset Management (Australia) Ltd (ABN 31 003 146 290, AFS Licence No. 22605) is the issuer of the CMT and CMT Debit Facilities.  You should consider the CMT Disclosure Documents before making any decision to invest in the CMT or use the CMT Debit Facilities.