Is your business generating excess funds that you want to work for you in the long term? Or do you want to build up a fund for business growth plans and projects coming down the road. The Regular Invest savings plan offers your business access to a range of great funds, managed by Irish Life Investment Managers.
Regular Invest gets your business into the habit of putting money by. Consistent investment reduces risk levels and means you don't have to spend time deciding when to invest.
Save regularly in a way that works for you. You can save €100 per month, or invest lump sums of between €500 and €10,000 into your plan.
Track your investment online
You aren't locked into a specific investment if you change your mind. Keep track of your investment online, and switch your money for free at any time.
Work with a team you can trust. We’ve joined with Irish Life to offer you a range of investment funds. Your money is invested in real assets that aim to return ahead of inflation.
Regular Invest savings plan at a glance
- A range of professionally managed funds
- Track your investment online
- In partnership with Irish Life
- Flexible payments
- Reduced risk for your business
- Customers may be penalised for withdrawing funds within the first 5 years
Regular Invest might suit if your business:
- Want to invest for at least five years
- Don’t make regular withdrawals
- Don’t need to protect money and are aware of the risk of getting back less than you put in
How to apply
Speak directly to your Relationship Manager, visit your local AIB branch or call 0818 456 006.
Fees and charges
Your regular payments (less the 1% government levy) are invested from day one. If you choose to continue to invest for more than five years, we will only charge the annual fund charge.
Terms and conditions
|Warning: If you invest in this product you may lose some or all of the money you invest.
|WARNING: The value of your investment may go down as well as up.
Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is tied to Irish Life Assurance plc for life and pensions business. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. and Irish Life Assurance plc are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.