Trustee Partners approves DomaCom for retail super

Trustee Partners approves DomaCom for retail super
Trustee Partners approves DomaCom for retail super

Fractional property investment company DomaCom has been approved by Trustee Partners for the inclusion of the DomaCom Fund as an investment option for their retail Superannuation Fund.

Trustee Partners currently offer 33 domestic and global managed funds managed by 17 leading fund managers. DomaCom will join this list to provide access to Australian residential, commercial and farmland property delivering further diversification.

DomaCom CEO Arthur Naoumidis said, accessing retail super is another significant first for DomaCom, further broadening their potential in the retail space.

"Most advisers have a significant proportion of their clients in retail super who have not been able to access the DomaCom Fund until now," he said.

“DomaCom has the ability to pave the way for creating thematic investment funds to give investors earnings potential in otherwise difficult to access assets such as residential property and farmland. For those interested in investments with impact we can also offer affordable housing, energy and other socially responsible investments”.

Andrew Peterson, CEO of Trustee Partners, says it is a unique offering for financial advisers and their clients.

“Financial Advisers can now create their own white labelled retail super offerings that include direct property using the DomaCom solution and Trustee Partners."

To read more about DomaCom click here.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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