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In response to feedback from our customers, we continuously make
updates to improve our platform.

What we're working on


You told us we needed to improve our mobile app.


Due: Sept-Dec 2020


You told us it can be hard to find insights from our research partners. So we’re refreshing  the content for better access.


Due: Oct-Nov 2020


You told us you wanted simple, practical education about investing.


Due: Oct-Nov 2020

What’s been delivered



We've modernised the look of our navigation to make it easier for you to find the content you’re looking for.

While the core navigation (total wealth, trading, insight centre, cash and admin) remains the same, we’ve updated some of our language and included useful links to FAQs, forms, the demo library and the pricing page.


We’ve released a number of technology upgrades to improve platform stability during these volatile times.



Based on your feedback we’ve introduced a calendar to help you forecast your future dividend income.


Stay up to date with changes in your portfolio with our new range of free email or SMS alerts.



Welcome Centre

We've introduced a 'welcome centre' which comes complete with a library of new demo videos and articles to help you get the most out of the nabtrade platform.


Education centre

We know education is critical to making informed investment decisions. That’s why we’ve created an education centre where you can find a range of articles covering the very basics about the share market right through to investment strategies and information about specific product types.




Transaction report

We’ve developed a new report to help consolidate your end of financial year transactional information. This report can be generated over your chosen time period (such as last financial year). You can use this report to view:

  • trades
  • interest earned on nabtrade accounts
  • dividend payments (made into the nabtrade cash account)*
  • mFund and ETF distributions (made into the nabtrade cash account)*
  • brokerage and market fees

* Some remitters, such as a few REITs, ETFs and mFunds, classify their payments as interest, and therefore, their payments do not appear in the transaction report.