Give your grandchild or godchild the gift of saving

Congratulating your children on their special days will bring joy and celebration to your daily life. What would be a nice way of congratulating them and creating stability and security for their future? Saving for a child is a meaningful gift that will give them a head start in life!

Why not think of a child’s future today?

Saving for a grandchild, godchild or some other close relative will bring stability and security for their future. 

By saving regularly, small sums will add up to considerable wealth with time. The accrued savings may be of great help as the child grows up and needs to acquire a driving licence, buy a home or start their studies, for example.

Saving for a child will also develop the child’s financial skills, as they gain experience in saving. When you invest responsibly, you can impact the environment, human rights and improvement of working conditions in the long term. This way you will create a more sustainable future for your loved one. 

Save easily for your grandchild or godchild

  • A monetary gift is easy to transfer to the child’s own account
  • A monetary gift can be invested through a child’s account when the parents re-invest it in a fund or in equities.
  • If the child already has an insurance-based investment product, you can easily transfer money as a credit transfer to the investment alternatives chosen by the parents.

See our example of how you can save for a child

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In this example, the customer saves money in a fund that is expected to yield a 4.00% return or in an account on which the interest paid is 0.00%.

Please note!

The value of your gift may amount to 138 euros per month at maximum or total 4,999 euros every three years at maximum. 

Important information about fund saving

The information on this page is meant only to provide general product information and is not to be considered as advice. Please note that historical returns are not a guarantee of future returns. The value of your fund shares can both increase and decrease as a result of the market’s development, and you may not get back all the invested capital.