Comfort Inkomsten Mandaat
Comfort Income Mandate

Comfort Income Mandate

Your assets as a source of income

  • Investing with a focus on dividend payments 
  • Benefit from favourable tax treaties 
  • The mandate with the lowest fees 
  • Use dividends to supplement your income or pension

What is the Comfort Income Mandate?

This form of Portfolio Management focuses on generating income from your investments. This income consists of dividends that are paid to you throughout the year. You can use this dividend income to supplement your regular income or pension, for example. You will only receive the dividend; receiving the dividend will not be at the expense of your invested capital.

Focused on high dividends

Focused on high dividends

This mandate focuses on investment funds that concentrate on investments that pay a high dividend. 

You pay dividend tax on the dividends you receive. The mandate has been structured in a way that allows you to benefit from favourable Dutch tax treaties. Naturally, there is always a risk that the dividends will not be as high as expected.

Let our team of experts take care of matters for you

Let our team of experts take care of matters for you

Our team of experts constantly monitor the stock markets and actively manage the portfolio. Rather than reacting rashly when markets rise or fall, they always take a long-term view. 

During a consultation the Investment Adviser will provide a full explanation of this mandate as well as the other mandates.

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  • The consultation may take the form of a phone call or a Screen Banking session.

More information and conditions

Characteristics of Comfort Income Mandate

This mandate focuses on investment funds that primarily consist of high-dividend investments and on Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). The latter tracks investments from an index in the same proportions for a small fee. Pay-outs are made at regular intervals during the year. Our experts put together a portfolio for you in line within your risk profile and ABN AMRO’s investment policy consisting of the following:

  • Index-linked and standard investments in shares
  • Investments in bonds
  • Other investments (e.g. real estate)
  • Liquid assets

Investment style

Our investment experts ensure an optimum level of diversification in your portfolio. The composition of your portfolio depends on factors such as the investment vision of our economists and other market specialists. This vision is verified on a regular basis and updated as necessary. It determines how your investments are currently spread across countries, sectors, regions and themes, in line with your risk profile. A sound spread will give you a greater chance of returns in the long term.

Worked example: information on fees and returns

Petra is an investor who has opted for the Portfolio Management Comfort Income Mandate. She has a moderately offensive risk profile. Her investment portfolio is worth € 100,000. In 2020, her total annual fees were roughly as follows:

Type of fee Amount Percentage

All-in fee(including VAT)

€ 1,090

1.09%

Ongoing charges

€ 281

0.28%

Total fees

€ 1,371

1.37%

Return (including dividend and ongoing charges)

€ 651

0.65%

Net return 

€ -720

-0.72%

Source: ABN AMRO Portfolio Management, compound rate of return for the period 1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020. These are the model portfolio results, which may differ from the returns achieved on the portfolios of individual clients. The value of your investments may fluctuate. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Actual returns after deduction of fees

This table shows the actual net returns achieved under the Comfort Income Mandate for the past five years.

Risico 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 sinds 2016

Defensive

2.4%

0.7%

-2.8%

7.3%

0.3%

7.9%

Moderately defensive

3.6%

1.9%

-3.7%

10.4%

-0.3%

12.0%

Moderately offensive

4.9%

3.4%

-4.7%

15.1%

-0.7%

18.1%

Offensive

5.7%

4.7%

-6.0%

19.7%

-1.3%

22.9%

Very offensive

6.4%

5.7%

-6.7%

22.4%

-2.0%

25.8%

Source: ABN AMRO Portfolio Management, compound rate of return for the period 01/01/2016 - 31 December 2020.


Results are stated after the deduction of all fees and are based on a geometric mean calculation. These are the model portfolio results, which may differ from the returns achieved on the portfolios of individual clients. The value of your investments may fluctuate. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Explanation of fees

Fees that you pay to us

You pay us a fee for our services, which include managing your portfolio and ongoing advice. This is an all-in fee, so you will not be charged any additional fees for withdrawing cash or changing your mandate or risk profile, for example. Moreover, no additional fees will be charged if you decide to stop using our Portfolio Management services. The exact fee you pay depends on your risk profile and ranges from 1.21% to 1.39% of your invested assets each year (these percentages include 21% VAT).

Fees that you pay to other parties

You also pay fees for the investment funds that are run by external fund managers for ABN AMRO. Some of the funds are managed by ABN AMRO, in which case ABN AMRO is the fund provider. These fees are also known as ongoing charges and are paid to managers to cover the costs of making the investments and administration costs. You do not need to pay the ongoing charges separately as they are included in the price of each investment fund.

Portfolio Management fee sheet

Conditions

Read the investment  terms and conditions .

Risk profiles

ABN AMRO uses five different risk profile in its Portfolio Management services. These range from a low-risk profile (defensive) to a very high-risk profile (very offensive). Each risk profile is associated with a specific portfolio model, which shows how we recommend you spread your investments across equities, bonds, alternative investments and liquid assets.

Once you have determined your risk profile with the guidance of your Investment Adviser, we will be able to put together an appropriate investment portfolio and immediately give you an idea of the impact on your investment returns.

Risks

You should only invest money that you do not need and that is ;surplus to your buffer for unforeseen expenses. While investing can be very interesting, it also entails risk. You could lose some or all of the money you invested. This is something you need to be aware of. Only invest in investment products that you understand.

If you opt for our Portfolio Management service, you do not make any investment choices yourself. Even so, you still need to be aware of the risks associated with investing.

When you start using our Portfolio Management service, you determine your own risk profile based on advice provided by your Investment Adviser. Our experts will then take care of buying and selling your investments, in line with your risk profile.

It is also good to know that:

  • A specialist department checks the investment risks in your portfolio every day. The daily operational processes that are a necessary part of managing your portfolio comply with the highest European standards (ISEA 3402). 
  • The investments in your portfolio are legally separate from ABN AMRO. They are held in your name and are therefore your property. This means that your investments will be safe in the unlikely event that ABN AMRO becomes insolvent.
Deposits and withdrawals

When you opt for Portfolio Management, you entrust the long-term management of your assets to us. You may make deposits and withdrawals at no extra charge, but this may affect whether you are able to achieve your investment objectives. Your Investment Adviser can provide you with advice about this.

Information on your invested assets

Your Investment Adviser will discuss your portfolio with you once a year. We also keep you continuously updated on your portfolio, its returns and the investment policy in various ways.

Investment Dashboard Your Investment Dashboard can be viewed in Internet Banking at any time of day or night. The Investment Dashboard provides a quick picture of your portfolio, investment gains and losses, and income. Besides viewing your total assets, you can also see the individual financial instruments (including related results). The Investment Dashboard provides a clear overview and is easy to use.

How to view your Investment Dashboard:

  1. Select an investment account in Internet Banking 
  2. Click on 'Investment report' 
  3. View your portfolio and results in your Investment Dashboard.
Wealth Dashboard

We also keep you updated in other ways:

  • Investment report This quarterly report includes information on the following: 
  • Your actual return, compared with the benchmark for your profile 
  • The transactions in the past quarter 
  • The allocation of your assets across the asset classes 
  • An explanation of the investment policy in the past quarter 
  • Digital Portfolio Management newsletter
    You will receive our monthly digital newsletter, which explains the investment choices made by our specialists. 
  • Annual statement for tax purposes
    The bank will send you an annual statement for tax purposes showing the value of your assets that you need to report in your tax return.
What does this mandate comprise?

A broadly diversified portfolio consisting mainly of investment funds selected by our investment experts from a global range. The investment platform provides access to a wide range of investment funds and fund managers.

  • Equity funds
    Equity funds invest in a specific region or focus on a specific type of company, such as companies with potential for growth or companies that pay a high dividend. 
  • Bonds
    You can choose to invest part of your portfolio in bonds as they have a relatively low risk. The bonds we offer have varying credit ratings and terms to maturity. 
  • Other investments
    Alternative investments, such as investments in commodities or hedge funds, often do not respond to market developments in the same way as equities and bonds. Our investment experts may therefore include these investments in your portfolio. 
  • Liquid assets
    Liquid assets are held in an account that pays interest. This account is covered by the deposit guarantee scheme.
Sustainability

Socially responsible investing is an important principle at ABN AMRO. Some investments (such as investments in companies that produce tobacco, cluster bombs and landmines) are completely excluded from all our investment concepts. 

With regard to 'tobacco', we differentiate between the production of tobacco and the sale of tobacco. ABN AMRO does not allow investments in producers of tobacco, whereas companies that ship cigarettes, and supermarkets that sell tobacco products, are not excluded.

Termination

You can stop using our Portfolio Management service at any time without paying any termination fees.

More information and conditions

Characteristics of Comfort Income Mandate

This mandate focuses on investment funds that primarily consist of high-dividend investments and on Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). The latter tracks investments from an index in the same proportions for a small fee. Pay-outs are made at regular intervals during the year. Our experts put together a portfolio for you in line within your risk profile and ABN AMRO’s investment policy consisting of the following:

  • Index-linked and standard investments in shares
  • Investments in bonds
  • Other investments (e.g. real estate)
  • Liquid assets

Investment style

Our investment experts ensure an optimum level of diversification in your portfolio. The composition of your portfolio depends on factors such as the investment vision of our economists and other market specialists. This vision is verified on a regular basis and updated as necessary. It determines how your investments are currently spread across countries, sectors, regions and themes, in line with your risk profile. A sound spread will give you a greater chance of returns in the long term.

Worked example: information on fees and returns

Petra is an investor who has opted for the Portfolio Management Comfort Income Mandate. She has a moderately offensive risk profile. Her investment portfolio is worth € 100,000. In 2020, her total annual fees were roughly as follows:

Type of fee Amount Percentage

All-in fee(including VAT)

€ 1,090

1.09%

Ongoing charges

€ 281

0.28%

Total fees

€ 1,371

1.37%

Return (including dividend and ongoing charges)

€ 651

0.65%

Net return 

€ -720

-0.72%

Source: ABN AMRO Portfolio Management, compound rate of return for the period 1 January 2020 - 31 December 2020. These are the model portfolio results, which may differ from the returns achieved on the portfolios of individual clients. The value of your investments may fluctuate. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Actual returns after deduction of fees

This table shows the actual net returns achieved under the Comfort Income Mandate for the past five years.

Risico 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 sinds 2016

Defensive

2.4%

0.7%

-2.8%

7.3%

0.3%

7.9%

Moderately defensive

3.6%

1.9%

-3.7%

10.4%

-0.3%

12.0%

Moderately offensive

4.9%

3.4%

-4.7%

15.1%

-0.7%

18.1%

Offensive

5.7%

4.7%

-6.0%

19.7%

-1.3%

22.9%

Very offensive

6.4%

5.7%

-6.7%

22.4%

-2.0%

25.8%

Source: ABN AMRO Portfolio Management, compound rate of return for the period 01/01/2016 - 31 December 2020.


Results are stated after the deduction of all fees and are based on a geometric mean calculation. These are the model portfolio results, which may differ from the returns achieved on the portfolios of individual clients. The value of your investments may fluctuate. Past performance is no guarantee of future performance.

Explanation of fees

Fees that you pay to us

You pay us a fee for our services, which include managing your portfolio and ongoing advice. This is an all-in fee, so you will not be charged any additional fees for withdrawing cash or changing your mandate or risk profile, for example. Moreover, no additional fees will be charged if you decide to stop using our Portfolio Management services. The exact fee you pay depends on your risk profile and ranges from 1.21% to 1.39% of your invested assets each year (these percentages include 21% VAT).

Fees that you pay to other parties

You also pay fees for the investment funds that are run by external fund managers for ABN AMRO. Some of the funds are managed by ABN AMRO, in which case ABN AMRO is the fund provider. These fees are also known as ongoing charges and are paid to managers to cover the costs of making the investments and administration costs. You do not need to pay the ongoing charges separately as they are included in the price of each investment fund.

Portfolio Management fee sheet

Conditions

Read the investment  terms and conditions .

Risk profiles

ABN AMRO uses five different risk profile in its Portfolio Management services. These range from a low-risk profile (defensive) to a very high-risk profile (very offensive). Each risk profile is associated with a specific portfolio model, which shows how we recommend you spread your investments across equities, bonds, alternative investments and liquid assets.

Once you have determined your risk profile with the guidance of your Investment Adviser, we will be able to put together an appropriate investment portfolio and immediately give you an idea of the impact on your investment returns.

Risks

You should only invest money that you do not need and that is ;surplus to your buffer for unforeseen expenses. While investing can be very interesting, it also entails risk. You could lose some or all of the money you invested. This is something you need to be aware of. Only invest in investment products that you understand.

If you opt for our Portfolio Management service, you do not make any investment choices yourself. Even so, you still need to be aware of the risks associated with investing.

When you start using our Portfolio Management service, you determine your own risk profile based on advice provided by your Investment Adviser. Our experts will then take care of buying and selling your investments, in line with your risk profile.

It is also good to know that:

  • A specialist department checks the investment risks in your portfolio every day. The daily operational processes that are a necessary part of managing your portfolio comply with the highest European standards (ISEA 3402). 
  • The investments in your portfolio are legally separate from ABN AMRO. They are held in your name and are therefore your property. This means that your investments will be safe in the unlikely event that ABN AMRO becomes insolvent.

Deposits and withdrawals

When you opt for Portfolio Management, you entrust the long-term management of your assets to us. You may make deposits and withdrawals at no extra charge, but this may affect whether you are able to achieve your investment objectives. Your Investment Adviser can provide you with advice about this.

Information on your invested assets

Your Investment Adviser will discuss your portfolio with you once a year. We also keep you continuously updated on your portfolio, its returns and the investment policy in various ways.

Investment Dashboard Your Investment Dashboard can be viewed in Internet Banking at any time of day or night. The Investment Dashboard provides a quick picture of your portfolio, investment gains and losses, and income. Besides viewing your total assets, you can also see the individual financial instruments (including related results). The Investment Dashboard provides a clear overview and is easy to use.

How to view your Investment Dashboard:

  1. Select an investment account in Internet Banking 
  2. Click on 'Investment report' 
  3. View your portfolio and results in your Investment Dashboard.
Wealth Dashboard

We also keep you updated in other ways:

  • Investment report This quarterly report includes information on the following: 
  • Your actual return, compared with the benchmark for your profile 
  • The transactions in the past quarter 
  • The allocation of your assets across the asset classes 
  • An explanation of the investment policy in the past quarter 
  • Digital Portfolio Management newsletter
    You will receive our monthly digital newsletter, which explains the investment choices made by our specialists. 
  • Annual statement for tax purposes
    The bank will send you an annual statement for tax purposes showing the value of your assets that you need to report in your tax return.

What does this mandate comprise?

A broadly diversified portfolio consisting mainly of investment funds selected by our investment experts from a global range. The investment platform provides access to a wide range of investment funds and fund managers.

  • Equity funds
    Equity funds invest in a specific region or focus on a specific type of company, such as companies with potential for growth or companies that pay a high dividend. 
  • Bonds
    You can choose to invest part of your portfolio in bonds as they have a relatively low risk. The bonds we offer have varying credit ratings and terms to maturity. 
  • Other investments
    Alternative investments, such as investments in commodities or hedge funds, often do not respond to market developments in the same way as equities and bonds. Our investment experts may therefore include these investments in your portfolio. 
  • Liquid assets
    Liquid assets are held in an account that pays interest. This account is covered by the deposit guarantee scheme.

Sustainability

Socially responsible investing is an important principle at ABN AMRO. Some investments (such as investments in companies that produce tobacco, cluster bombs and landmines) are completely excluded from all our investment concepts. 

With regard to 'tobacco', we differentiate between the production of tobacco and the sale of tobacco. ABN AMRO does not allow investments in producers of tobacco, whereas companies that ship cigarettes, and supermarkets that sell tobacco products, are not excluded.

Termination

You can stop using our Portfolio Management service at any time without paying any termination fees.

Uw adviseur is er voor u

Your Investment Adviser

Do you have a question, or do you want to know how your investments are doing? Your Investment Adviser will be happy to provide the information you want. This means you are able to form a clear picture of your invested assets at any time.

View the other Portfolio Management mandates

Sustainable Funds Mandate

  • Strike the right investment balance between people, the environment and society •
  • Benefit from the expertise of managers of sustainable funds  
  • Invest in innovative companies

Multi-Manager Mandate

  • Invest in a large number of investment funds from around the world 
  • Benefit from the expertise of our own fund managers 
  • Our mandate with the widest range of investment possibilities

Investing entails risks

Investing entails risks. You could lose (some of) the money you invested. If you are going to invest, it is important that you are aware of this. Invest with money you can spare. Keep a buffer for unforeseen circumstances.