What ARF Funds Should I Invest in?

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What ARF Funds Should I Invest In?

All investment funds available to ARF investors work from a standardized industry wide risk rating scale, called the ESMA scale. This allows investors to understand the risk profile of their ARF investment.

The ESMA scale works on a 1 to 7 basis. A risk rated 1 fund is the lowest possible risk rating and would typically be a fund which comprised almost entirely of cash. A risk rated 7 fund however is the highest possible risk rating and would be comprised almost entirely of equities (stock & shares).

As a rule, we advise clients to consider taking a conservative investment approach with their ARF funds. ARF Ireland have developed several investment risk profiles at the more cautious end of the investment risk spectrum with all of the insurance / ARF providers we deal with.

We have also developed a risk profiling tool for our clients so that we can establish what risk profile suits them best.

For more information on ARF Investment Fund Options read here

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