Each class of XTB is separate to each other class and is linked to the performance, after fees and expenses, of the specific underlying bond (as per the table above). You can choose which XTBs to invest in and accordingly which specific bonds you will have an economic exposure to from this table.
An investment in an XTB is not a direct investment in the underlying bond. However, the performance of an XTB is linked to the performance, after fees and expenses, of the underlying bond. For further information on fees and expenses and how this may impact your investment in XTBs, please refer to the relevant Product Disclosure Statement
(PDS). The Australian Tax Guide
has been prepared for an Australian resident individual investor in an XTB. It contains general information to assist in completing 2018 Tax Returns.