What is the dealing point and cut-off point?

The dealing point is the point at which a trade for a fund or share has been confirmed with both SEI (our custodian) and the fund manager. The cut-off point is the time by which an order must be placed on a given day. For instance, if a dealing point is midday every day then the cut-off point may be 9am on the same day. If an order is received after this cut-off point the trade will not be confirmed and will be processed at the next available dealing point – in this case, the next day.

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