Our Regular Investment Plan puts you in the driving seat. Slowly build up your rainy-day savings pot, fund your projects, or supplement your pension. Our accessible Regular Investment Plan allows you to do all this with as little as £/€/$ 50 each month for Funds. Read about our Regular Investment Plan and invest now in our full range of Funds and ETFs.
Invest in funds from £50/month
You can grow your investments in your choice of Funds with as little as £/€/$ 50 each month.
Sit back and relax
The Regular Investment Plan automatically invests each month, so you don’t need to do anything except stay in line with your investing goals.
Low, flat fee per month for ETFs
Pay one low, flat monthly fee from £2.95 when you set up your regular investment plan in ETFs.
And keep control
If you want to stop investing you can still do so at any time.
No hidden fees or dealing charges
No hidden fees, exit costs or transfer fees. Plus, there are no dealing charges for buying or selling funds, platform fees only.
Ride the market’s ups and downs
With the Regular Investment Plan you can reduce the risk of market’s fluctuations. No need to think about timing your investments.
No lump sum, no direct debit, no worries
Flexibly build up your investments with small monthly payments. And since you already have money in Fineco’s account, you don’t need to worry about direct debits or card payments.
A practical approach
Because you won’t be worrying about timing it right, you won’t make emotional decisions.
Invest your way, little by little.
All trading involves risks. The value of investments can go down as well as up in value. This will cause the value of your investment to fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you originally put in.
Risk Warning: Prices, values and the income from instruments fluctuate. This means you may get less out than you put in. If you have any queries or concerns over an investment speak to a financial adviser that’s qualified to offer personal recommendations. Tax treatment also varies per individual circumstances and are subject to change. HMRC or an independent tax consultant will be able to help if you are unsure of your particular tax treatment when making investments.