TRUST INTERNATIONAL PREMIER BANK | Other products

Hand-picked specialists around the world
London. New York. Tokyo. When market opens for trading, we've got investment experts tracking its every move
 
 
Managing your exposure to risk is a priority for us. That's why we go to great lengths to understand your financial goals – and how much risk you're prepared to take to achieve them. We also explain the potential outcomes of each investment we recommend, so you know what to expect from the outset.
 
Balanced approach
All investments carry some degree of risk. Greater risk often means a potentially greater return – but it can also mean the potential for greater losses. However, sometimes the greatest risk to financial growth might be to take no risk at all. It's all about getting the balance right.
Careful risk calculations
At TRUST I.P.B. we employ experts who monitor the risk and return of every investment we're involved in. By using modern portfolio techniques and in-depth analysis, we are able to create a range of diversified and actively risk-managed portfolios. These help to reduce the volatility of investing and attempt to maximise returns for a level of risk you are comfortable with.
Proactive risk management
When you make an investment, it should match your risk profile. Because the risk ratings of funds can change, we proactively manage our World Selection Portfolios to keep them within their risk classification. When you invest in our World Selection Portfolios, our aim is to remain in line with your attitude to risk.
 
 
 
The value of investments can fall as well as rise, and you may get back less than originally invested. You should be prepared to invest your money for a minimum of 5 years.

For your information

 
The value of most investments and any income they generate can go down as well as up, meaning you may not get back the full amount you invested.
 
 
This may in part be caused by exchange rate variations where overseas investments are held. Investors are advised to consider carefully the special risks of investing in emerging market securities. Investments in emerging markets are by their nature higher risk and potentially more volatile than those in more established markets.
 
Most investments should be considered as a medium- to long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to hold them for at least five years.
 
 
Some investments have a fixed term or may not be accessible until you reach your retirement age. For products with a fixed term you may get back significantly less than originally invested if you make an early withdrawal.
 
 
The value of any tax benefits described depends on your individual circumstances.