Conducting transactions

Investing online

After you establish the on demand service, you can make purchases and redemptions online through Account Access.

Investing by phone

Once you sign up for the on demand service, you can make purchases and redemptions through:

  • Shareholder service center at 800 523-1918. Representatives are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Eastern time.

Investing by mail

Initial purchases

  1. Complete a new account registration form.
  2. Write a check payable to the fund and share class in which you want to invest.
  3. Mail the form and check to the address provided on the form.

Subsequent purchases

  1. Complete an Additional Investment form. These tear-off forms may help expedite processing of your check, and are generally included in your investment update statements and transaction confirmation statements.
  2. Write a check payable to your specific fund and share class. Be sure to include your account number.
  3. Mail the form and check to the address provided on the form. If you do not have a form, mail your check to:

Delaware Investments
P.O.  Box 9876
Providence, RI 02940-8076

Investing by wire

You may wire funds from your bank account to your fund. Bank of New York Mellon processes wire transactions for Delaware Investments. You will need to provide the following information to complete a wire transfer:

  • BNY Mellon Bank
  • ABA: 011 001 234
  • DDA: 000073-6910
  • FBO: Delaware Funds
  • Reference: Shareholder name, fund and account number.

Investing through your financial advisor

You can purchase fund shares through most financial advisors. There may be a charge for this service.

Carefully consider the Fund’s investment objectives, risk factors, charges, and expenses before investing. This and other information can be found in the Fund’s prospectus and its summary prospectus, which may be obtained by visiting our fund literature page or calling 800 523-1918. Investors should read the prospectus and the summary prospectus carefully before investing.

Investing involves risk, including the possible loss of principal.