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What is the Regular Payments Scheme:

It is a systematic investment program that allows you to accumulate capital that benefits from regular payments of your choice and a long term horizon. Thus, it is a valuable asset, to use it as you wish. In other words, it's a clever "piggy bank" where your money is invested in Mutual Funds of your choice, all of which are managed by European Reliance Asset Management, one of the top funds management companies in Greece.

 

What does the Regular Payment Scheme offer:

  • The biggest benefit is flexibility, as you may choose from any of the funds managed by European Reliance Asset Management and alter your selection at any time.
  • Ability to partially or completely liquidate your investments, halt or resume the program at any time.
  • European Reliance Asset Management's trustworthiness and solvency. You put your trust in a corporation that continuously manages capital at top level.
  • Regular payments invested at various price levels to smooth out market swings.
  • Due to the program’s automated nature, you won't have to worry about “wrongly” timing your investments.
  • Consistency and self-discipline are essential for achieving the long-term goal of significant capital creation.
  • Full customization to your own characteristics, based on your needs and financial capabilities.
  • Motivation for consistency in your savings.

 

Why Should I do it:

You can use the money you save through the Regular Payments Scheme to fulfill future financial needs that affect you or your family, such as retirement, education, and/or vocational rehabilitation for your children.

How does it work? It works in a fairly straightforward manner by setting up a standing order from your bank account. The minimum monthly contribution per Mutual Fund is € 50, and you can choose from a variety of Mutual Funds.

See what your money would have been worth if you had invested € 50, € 100, or € 200 per month in the European Reliance Fund Development Growth Domestic (R) under the Regular Payment Scheme in the last decade, precisely from 5/1/11 to 5/1/2021: