Being financially-savvy has now become a trend among Filipinos. Many are challenging themselves to save up for the future, whether it’s to prepare themselve for when they start a family, buy a new house, start their businesses and more.
However, Filipinos are now looking for better and more efficient ways to grow their savings. Investing is the road less traveled for numerous reasons: 1) it would require a big capital; 2) Zero to minimal knowledge; and 3) Lack of time to manage the fund.
If you’re one of the many Filipinos who has these same worries, today’s the day it will all go away.
Robinsons Bank thru its Trust and Investments Group has now launched the easiest and most affordable investment product in the market! Start your investment for as low as Php 1,000. There are three UITF products you can choose from, each suited for a different risk appetite: 1) Payday Money Market Fund, 2) Equity Index Feeder Fund, 3) Equity Opportunity Feeder Fund.
You don’t have to worry about the time it will take to manage your investment because RBank’s Trust professionals will be doing the work for you.
Payday Money Market Fund: Say #YEStoPaydayInvesting!
The Robinsons Bank Payday Money Market Fund is a low-risk investment that is perfect for first-timers. With this fund, your money will have the potential to earn from investments in bank deposits, government-issued securities, and others. If you have a conservative risk appetite, this may be the UITF product for you.
You can also have a regular subscription in the Payday Money Market Fund every Payday (15th and 30th of the month)! Learn more: https://bit.ly/RBankPaydayUITF
Equity Index Feeder Fund: Invest in the PSEi
If you want to explore other investment products and thought of investing in big companies, the Equity Index Feeder Fund can suit you! In this fund, your money can earn by investing in the Top 20 pubicly-listed companies in the Philippine Stock Exchange Index (PSEi). As long as these companies are growing, your funds will also grow. However, since this fund has relatively higher returns, it is also high-risk and suited for aggressive investors.
Learn more about this fund here: https://bit.ly/RBankeiUITF
Equity Opportunity Feeder Fund: Get potentially higher returns!
Last but not the least, maximize your fund’s earning potential by investing in emerging small to mid-sized companies listed in the Morgan Stanley Composite Index (MSCi) through the Equity Opportunity Index Fund. The companies listed here have the potential to grow, which means your investment can also grow with them! This fund aims to have better or higher returns than the MSCi. With higher returns, comes a higher-risk that’s suited for investors with an aggressive risk appetite.
Learn more about this fund here: https://bit.ly/RBankeoUITF
Your Php 1,000 can go a long way by investing in Robinsons Bank’s UITF products. However, to get the best results, always invest in long-term.
Ready to start your investment journey? Send an email to TrustGroup@robinsonsbank.com.ph or call (02)8702-9546; (02) 8702 -9500 loc 48746, 48744.
The Unit Investment Trust Fund is not a deposit and is not insured by the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC). The returns cannot be guaranteed and historical NAVPU is for illustration of NAVPU movements/ fluctuations only. When redeeming, the proceeds may be less than the original investment and any losses will be solely for the account of the client. The trustee is not liable for any loss unless upon willful default, bad faith, or gross negligence.
Robinsons Bank is the financial services arm of the Gokongwei Group, one of the largest conglomerates in the Philippines. It currently ranks 18th among universal and commercial banks in the country, with assets amounting to Php 151.215 Bn Bn as of December 2020. The Bank is recognized as the Fastest Growing Retail Bank in the Philippines for 2019-2010 by The Global Banking and Finance Review; Fastest Growing Commercial Bank in the Philippines for 2019 and 2020 by the Global Business Outlook; and the Best Commercial Bank in the Philippines for 2020 by the International Business Magazine.