Boston Managed Investments Limited (ACN 165 345 675) (AFSL 469808)
Phone: 1300 668 699

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Investor Login

The Investor Login section of the Boston Managed Investments Limited (BMIL) website has been developed to provide our clients and investors with access to useful resources for the ongoing management and administration of their investments.

The resources available from this section of the BMIL website are provided by Boardroom Pty Limited (Boardroom) via their ‘InvestorServe’ portal.

BMIL has appointed Boardroom to act as the official Fund Registry and ‘Back Office’ administrator for the following funds:

  • Boston Income Fund (BIF);
  • Boston Private Income Fund (BPIF)

Boardroom has agreed, when requested, to provide BMIL investors access to following information via the ‘InvestorServe’ portal:

  • Quarterly and Annual Investor Statements;
  • End of Financial Year Taxation Statements;
  • Transaction History Records;
  • Administrative Forms; and
  • Information Recorded about your investments

Investors and clients can access the ‘InvestorServe’ portal via the login section below.

If you are unable to locate your login details for InvestorServe please contact the BMIL team on 1300 668 699 or email

Boston Managed Investments Limited is a Sydney based company providing a range of income producing funds to the Wholesale and Sophisticated Investor market.

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