27% Investment Growth in the last 12 months
With Deposit Rates at all-time lows, and in some cases negative, many company owners are looking for alternative ways to invest their pension, business or personal cash.
One such option is the Standard Life Global Smaller Companies Fund *
- 27% growth over the past 12 months speaks for itself
- 69% over the past 3 years is also impressive.
1 Year ago my client had €300,000 in his pension and he wanted to invest €60,000 of this in a high risk fund to seek a good return. I recommended the Standard Life Global Smaller Companies Fund. Last week I reviewed the performance of his pension and this particular fund has grown by 27% over the past year, which is great news.
Some of our clients have used this investment fund for their pensions, some clients used it for personal cash that was previously just sitting in a bank account and some clients used this investment fund for cash in their company bank account.
The Standard Life Global Smaller Companies Fund is considered a high risk fund and therefore it only suits investors with an appetite for high risk funds or perhaps to diversify a larger portfolio.
This is just one example of a range of investments we have available.
If you would like to learn more, please get in touch on 01 5267770 or email: email@example.com.
* Source: Longboat Analytics 15th Oct 2021. Performance data quoted on a bid to bid basis i.e. the price investors sell units. Gross of Annual Management Charge.
Warning: Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance.
Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.
Warning: If you invest in these funds you may lose some or all of the money you invest.
Warning: The funds may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates.
Jim has been providing tax, pension/investment and lifetime financial planning advice to clients for over 30 years. He has an in-depth understanding of Business Owners and their requirements, which allows him to guide his clients through the complex world of long-term financial planning.