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Discretionary Stockbroker Account

Investing in a discretionary stockbroker account means that you give the stockbroker full authority to make investment decisions and undertake transactions on your behalf without the need for you to get involved each time. The investments are tailored to meet your investment requirements, taking into consideration your investment objectives, attitude to risk and any other information provided.

The minimum initial investment in the discretionary stockbroker account is €250,000.

What can you invest in?

You may invest in a wide selection of shares, government bonds, collective investments and other publicly quoted traded securities through this service. This means that the stockbroker will make investments under your agreed investment mandate.

How can you invest?

If you want to open a discretionary stockbroker account please speak with your authorised investment adviser or contact the Self-Invested Fund team.

Warning: If you invest in this fund you may lose some or all of your money.
Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.
Warning: This fund may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates.
Warning: If you invest in a pension you will not have access to your money until age 60 and/or you retire.