Transactions with fund units

In order to perform transactions you will need a securities account,
which you can open in here.

A fund order is an order you give to the bank if you wish to buy or sell units in a particular fund. In a purchase order you note the value up to which you wish to purchase units and state whether the issuance fee of the units forms part of the transaction amount or not. In a sales order you state the amount of units you wish to sell. The bank programme checks whether there are sufficient fund units in your securities account and enough money in your settlement account to pay the service fee. If so, the sales order will be carried out.

I want to place a fund order