Managed Funds Portfolio
You don’t have the financial knowledge needed to manage your investment portfolio yourself, or you simply don’t have the time. We’ll do it for you!
You benefit from the knowledge of our ING experts who will take care of your investment portfolio.
We select the best products on the market (from ING and third parties) based on your objectives and in line with your risk appetite.
Advisory management or discretionary management: which should you choose?
An investment strategy suited to your situation
We set your objectives, investment horizon and risk profile with you. We then manage your investment portfolio for you and take advantage of the best opportunities on the market. You don’t need to monitor the financial markets to find out which equities, sectors or regions would make prudent investments.
A regular view on the evolution of your assets
A report on the status of your assets and their performance will be sent to you periodically, when you visit us and on demand. You can also consult the report at home via My ING online banking.
Yields above those of a traditional savings account
13-year yield comparison between a savings account and an Aria Lion-type investment fund (based on the risk profile) based on an one-time payment of EUR 10,000.
Past performance is not a guide to future performance.
- You’ll receive our investment newsletter each month (macroeconomic analysis and focus on our investment strategy).
- You’ll receive priority invitations to our financial events and conferences.
- You’ll also have free access to products and services for your everyday banking needs (Visa Gold credit card, debit card, account holding fees, etc.).
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