Investing today, creates what’s possible tomorrow
What is Investment Bond?
We understand that what you do today, creates what is possible tomorrow.
Investment Bond is a product that gives you a straightforward way to invest a lump sum to help you achieve your long-term financial goals, such as paying college fees, buying your first home, helping your children get on the property ladder, or just having the security of a rainy-day fund.
Invest from €10,000 with the flexibility to take regular and single withdrawals.
Your money is invested, meaning it will have good potential for growth, especially over the long-term. Your investment options include our popular Multi-Asset Funds.
Track your investments with Aviva online and our easy-to-use fund centre.
Planning your financial future can be as straightforward as you want it to be. But first, there are a few things you should think about.
What are my financial goals?
Should I save or invest?
What’s my attitude to risk?
How much control do you want?
Is Investment Bond right for you?
To invest in Aviva Investment Bond you must:
Be over 18 years of age and less than 79 years of age.
Be resident for tax purposes in the Republic of Ireland and have an address in the Republic of Ireland.
Aviva Investment Bond may suit if you:
- Are looking for a medium - long term investment policy (i.e. at least 5 years).
- Are happy with the choice of funds into which you can invest and are happy to take risk with the aim of generating returns.
- Are happy with the charges on this product.
- Are prepared to risk getting back less than you put in.
- Can invest at least €10,000.
- Are aged between 18 and 79.
Aviva Investment Bond may NOT suit if you:
- Want to invest for less than 5 years.
- Are not happy with the choice of funds into which you can invest your lump sum and are not happy to take risk with the aim of generating returns.
- Are not happy with the charges on this product.
- You are not prepared to risk getting back less than you put in.
- Cannot invest at least €10,000.
- Are aged under 18 or over 79.
Working with your Financial Broker, it’s very important to ensure that Investment Bond is suitable for you and your own particular circumstances and needs.
Investments that work for you
Investing your money
We all have different preferences for how we like to invest, and we aim to match our offering with your needs.
With the help of your Financial Broker, you can opt for a simple ready made solution or build your portfolio selecting funds from our Aviva Select Range. We also offer responsible investing options across our ranges.
Tools & Calculators
How are you funds performing and where are they invested? Find out using our daily updated fund centre.
Investment Suitability Tool
This tool can help you to understand how much risk you are prepared to accept when making investment decisions.
Key Information Document
A Key Information Document (KID) is an information sheet that helps you understand and compare the key features, risks and costs of the product and funds you are considering investing in.
Want expert advice on savings and investments? Contact your Financial Broker today.
Manage your policies online
Aviva Online Service Centre
You can access your policy information online through our customer portal.
With Aviva Online Service Centre you can:
- see the current value of your policy
- see the funds you’re invested in
- see how much money you have invested in each fund
- access our online customer calculators
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Important information to consider.
Warning: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.
Warning: If you invest in these products you may lose some or all of the money you invest.
Warning: Past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance.
Warning: These products may be affected by changes in currency exchange rates.
Warning: The income you get from this investment may go down as well as up.
|The funds referred to in this document may be linked to an insurance-based investment product and the Key Information Document (KID) for this product is available at www.aviva.ie/KIDs. The Risk Ratings of the funds referred to in this document differ from the corresponding Summary Risk Indicators shown in the KID. An explanation of the differences between the Risk Rating and the Summary Risk Indicator is available at the location above.|
Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland Designated Activity Company, a private company limited by shares. Registered in Ireland No. 165970. Registered office at One Park Place, Hatch Street, Dublin 2, D02 E651. Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland Designated Activity Company, trading as Aviva Life & Pensions Ireland and Friends First, is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Tel (01) 898 7950.