KBC Invest 2019: What’s the alternative?

You don’t need to be very rich, or of a certain age, to invest in a fund. Low interest rates on deposits means people who would traditionally have been savers are looking for different options, writes Lorraine Courtney

10th March, 2019

With interest rates still very low for money in deposit accounts, people looking for a better return on their money are thinking about investments.

Multi-asset funds continue to grow in popularity in Ireland, allowing investors to allocate across the asset types, including bonds, equities and alternative assets, with many also allowing you to match your risk profile with an investment. They come with the benefit of diversification and potentially greater returns than just keeping your...

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