Flexi-access drawdown investments
Flexi-access drawdown generally offers better growth potential than secure drawdown, and better flexibility than an annuity. However, savers will need to take on some investment risk, which means their savings could fall as well as rise and could even run out too soon.
We offer high-quality funds designed specifically for those who decide to use flexi-access drawdown – either for their whole savings pot, or for discretionary income(Opens new window)(Opens new window)(Opens new window) over and above their Secure Retirement Income savings. This includes several funds that were specifically designed for those who need to take an income from their savings.
Aegon’s flexi-access drawdown solutions
We offer two fund solutions designed for flexi-access drawdown investors. These have been developed with expert managers, offering simple, single fund solutions geared specifically towards those taking a retirement income.
Aegon High Income
This flexible and diversified multi-asset portfolio aims to provide investors with an attractive income and the potential for capital growth.
Choose from a wider range
Savers can also build portfolios with an adviser, choosing from a wider range of investments. The range available depends on the product they choose:
One Retirement offers a focussed range of 100 quality funds for pension savers, including a number of high-quality income funds. Find out more.
Aegon Retirement Choices offers 4,000 investment options for pension, ISA or GIA savers, meaning retiring savers are spoiled for choice. Find out more.
Our Funds Promise
As with all our insured investments, those designed for use by drawdown investors are monitored regularly by us to check if they’re meeting our Funds Promise commitments.
Comparing retirement income options?
Flexi-access drawdown investments aren’t the only retirement options available to savers when they retire. Our interactive Retirement Planner website helps retiring savers explore the options and work out what might suit them best.
The value of investments may go down as well as up. Investors may get back less than originally invested.