Getting started with investing
When you put your money in the bank you may earn some interest. However, investing your money may provide you with the opportunity for better returns over time.
Investing means putting your money to work for a longer period of time in the hope of earning better returns than you would by saving. Investing always involves risk. You might end up with more than you invest but you might end up with less.
Making investing clear and straightforward
- Get started with as little as €100 pm
- See how you’re doing at a glance
- Get personalised advice when you need it
- Investments have the potential for higher returns than a savings account
INVESTING IN 4 STEPS
How it works
With our help you can start investing from as little as €100 per month in an investment that matches your attitude to risk.
Give us some details about you
Just like a face to face meeting with a financial advisor we will spend a few minutes getting some information about you.
We’ll replay what we’ve learned
We’ll replay a summary of the information you provided back to you and assess the level of risk you are comfortable with. Advise how much you can afford to invest and you can decide how much you want to proceed with.
We’ll recommend the right option for you.
Based on the answers you provided we’ll be able to build a recommendation that is affordable and suitable.
Fill out an application form, set up your payments then sit back and monitor the performance of your investment over time.
See what’s possible
Below we have provided two example projections based on investing €200 each month for 15 years and a €10,000 lump sum investment also over 15 years. These are based on a medium risk level fund.
The projected values show the possible future value of your investment in different market conditions. These are only forecasts and are not a reliable indicator of future performance. With investing, your money is at risk and you could get back less than you put in. Please see the assumptions for further details on how this projection was calculated.
Examples of investments
Warning: The value of this investment may go down as well as up.
Warning: If you invest in this product you may lose some or all of the money you invest.