Investment Fund Savings Plan
- Flexible savings plan
- Dollar cost averaging
- Wide choice of funds
Flexible savings plan
Adjust your monthly investment amount at any time, without charge.
Dollar cost averaging
Buy more units at market lows and fewer at market highs with the same monthly investment amount.
Wide choice of funds
Select from a range of funds managed by professional fund management groups and companies.
For example: Mr Lee, Mr Chan and Ms Wong have joined the Investment Fund Savings Plan. Mr Lee is the youngest at sign-up, and will accumulate the most wealth by age 55.
|Age when starting the plan||Accumulated wealth at age 55|
|Mr. Lee|| |
|Mr. Chan|| |
|Ms. Wong|| |
- Assume annual rate of return at 5%.
- Assume monthly investment amount at HK$2,000, paying at the beginning of each month.
- The above figures are for illustrative purpose only and are not indicative of actual returns to be achieved.
Minimum Initial Investment:
Minimum Monthly Investment
HK$1,000 per Investment Fund
Subscription Fee Discount+
2.5% for the first 12 instalments^
3% for the 13th instalment onwards#
Date of Direct Debit
The 8th or 18th of each month
(The next working day if the debit date falls on a public holiday)
Fund Subscription Date
The 1st working day following the direct debit date
Adjustment of Monthly Investment Amount or Change of Investment Instruction
No service fee
(Minimum 7 working days notice required)
^The net subscription fee will range from 2.5% to 3%.
#The net subscription fee will range from 2% to 2.5%.
*Only applies to Investment Fund Savings Plan set up via branches
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DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited is not your investment adviser or acting in any fiduciary capacity to you. The above information is not and shall not be considered as investment advice. It does not constitute any offer or solicitation of offer to subscribe, transact or redeem any investment product. Investment involves risk. Past performances are not indicative of future performances. You should not rely on the above information alone to make any investment decision. You should carefully read the investment fund offering documentation for detailed product information and risk factors prior to making any investment. If you have any doubt on this material or any offering documentation, you should seek independent professional advice.
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