How CDF Works

As a CDF member, you are making a difference every time you place money with the Fund.

Those who invest get interest on their deposits, but the Church gets a return too, which it uses to provide:

  • loans for important capital development projects across parishes, schools and Catholic organisations
  • support for social services, education, youth services, chaplaincies and our national seminary.

The Fund is overseen by trustees and staff guided by an investment policy based on Catholic teaching and expert investment advice purchased from the financial sector. Investors’ rights and interests are of paramount concern.

Click (see right of page) to view our important information documents and information about the people who assist in achieving high governance standards and effective leadership.

Join now and invest in good

Individual Member application forms

Diocesan Member application forms

CDF Online
application forms

Product Disclosure Statement

Certificate of Compliance

Consent to Lodgement

Debenture Trust

Bishop's Guarantee

Deed of Establishment

Treasury Policy

Privacy Policy

Product Disclosure Statement - Ranking and Security

Product Disclosure Statement - Financial Information