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Everything you need to know about Self-directed Investing

What is Self-directed Investing (Zelf Beleggen)?

  • With Self-directed Investing, you invest your money yourself, without advice. You are fully responsible for your investments. You make your own investment decisions and execute the transactions yourself.

  • What are you interested in investing in? How investment savvy are you? You need to answer these and other questions before opting for Self-directed Investing and putting your investment portfolio together. All you have to do is answer the second part (Part B) of a short questionnaire about your investment profile. If you do not have enough knowledge of and experience with this investment product, we will contact you before submitting your order.

  • If you would like to have more control over your investments, you should consider filling out the first part (Part A) of the questionnaire. This part determines your risk profile and is helpful when investing. It takes a look at the goals you want to achieve with your investments, how much risk you are willing to take, and your current financial situation. With Self-directed Investing, we do not assess whether you are investing according to a risk profile. It's entirely up to you whether or not you determine your risk profile. But if you have determined your risk profile, you can use the simple portfolio analysis tool in Internet Banking to determine whether your portfolio still matches your risk profile. It's a good way of staying in control of your investments.

Who is it for?

  • People who want to invest themselves

  • People who want to invest without help from or the advice of a financial advisor

Terms and Conditions

View all of the terms and conditions for investing. 

For this type of investing, you must first sign the Self-directed Investing Statement (Verklaring Zelf Beleggen).

Extras

Online stock price information and stock market trends.

Costs

For Self-directed Investing, you pay service and transaction costs. And sometimes you pay other costs. View the current costs (pdf, 79kB).

Reports

  • The Mobile Banking app gives you access to the latest stock prices at any time of the day and enables you to check your investment portfolio on your smartphone or tablet.

  • Internet Banking gives you 24 x 7 insight into the value of your investment portfolio, the results and the achieved return.

  • Once a year, you will receive an overview of your investment portfolio.

  • After each transaction, you will receive an invoice in Internet Banking or by post. The overview shows you what you bought and sold at which price and what the transaction costs are.

Submitting orders

Orders are submitted in the following ways:

  • Online in Internet Banking (in Dutch). Orders that you place in Internet Banking are called direct orders. The bank does not give any advice on these orders.

  • By calling the Investment Line on 0900 - 92 15.

More information

Once a year, you and your financial advisor will determine whether Self-directed Investing is still right for you.

Apply for Self-directed Investing

  • If you already have a current account with ABN AMRO and use Internet Banking, you can sign up for Self-directed Investing online.

  • If you do not have a current account with ABN AMRO, call the Investment Line on 0900 - 92 15.

Questions?

Interested in finding out more about Self-directed Investing? Call the Investment Line on 0900 - 92 15. The Investment Line is open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on weekends from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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