They are born, with five categories: defensive, conservative, moderate, dynamic and aggressive and meet the ESG criteria.
The entity Bankinter has increased its range of pension plans with a new Premium range, which follows the model of the Premium profiled investment funds for five investment profiles different.
As in its range of funds, the Premium Pension Plans are born, with five categories: defensive, conservative, moderate, dynamic and aggressive. Specifically, the defensive Premium pension plan is designed for investors with less appetite for equities, since they barely have a minimum of 5% and a maximum of 10% on the stock market.
For savers with a little more risk, the conservative Premium plan can invest between 15% and 25% in company shares and for a somewhat more risky profile, there is the moderate Premium plan, which allocates between 25% and 50% to equities.
The last two profiles are for investors more inclined to invest in stock assets. On the one hand, there is the Dynamic Premium plan (between 50% and 75% in equities) and on the other, the Aggressive Premium plan (which allocates between 75% to 100% to the stock market).
Also, all these new pension plans will meet the ESG criteriawhich brings the entity’s pension plans managed under the umbrella of ESG criteria to six.