Fund types

Funds can be divided into three categories based on their investments: 

  • Fixed-income funds
  • Balanced funds
  • Equity funds

Read about the features of the different types of funds and choose the one that suits your business best.

Fixed income funds Opens new window

Fixed income funds are suitable for you if you prefer to avoid great fluctuations in the value of your investments.

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Balanced funds Opens new window

A diversified and effortless option for long-term investment.

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Equity funds Opens new window

Equity funds are suitable as a longterm investment. Their expected return is high, as is their risk.

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Benefits of regular saving

Price volatility is inherent in investing and saving. As it is impossible to forecast market movements, it is difficult to find the best moment to buy.

By saving into a fund regularly and consistently, you are always on the market. This will reduce the effect of market fluctuations over the long term, and you won't need to fret about market movements. 

Make saving easier by activating automatic payments

You can agree with us on transferring a certain sum from your account to a fund on a regular basis. You can set a regular date for the transfer, which may be once a month or more infrequently.

Funds with higher expected returns – but also higher risks – are suitable for saving in the long term. The most suitable fund for you depends on your risk level and return target. We will help you find the best fund. 

Fund savings agreement

A fund savings agreement is a tool for regular saving. Secure your finances without a high income or any starting capital and save money for unexpected expenses.

  • you can save even small amounts
  • the compound effect helps you build your wealth
  • regular saving mitigates the effect of market volatility