Investments

We aim to make investing easier. That's why we've created ready-made solutions that offer well-diversified portfolios in a single fund.

Or, if you prefer, you can choose your own from our extensive range of options.

Two ways of choosing investments:

We offer ready-made solutions for those who want to grow their savings, as well as funds for those who are near or in retirement.

Build your own portfolio with a financial adviser. The range of investments depends on the product you choose. We offer One Retirement – our simplified self-invested personal pension plan – and Aegon Retirement Choices – which offers a much wider choice of investments available for pension, Individual Savings Account (ISA) and General Investment Account (GIA) investors.


One retirement investments
One Retirement

Focussed range of 100 investments
Pension only

Learn more (about One Retirement)
View investment list (for One Retirement)
Aegon Retirement Choices investments
Aegon Retirement
Choices
4,500+ investment options
Pension, ISA and GIA

Learn more (about Aegon Retirement Choices)
View investment list (for Aegon Retirement Choices)

Number of investments as at July 2020.

Please remember that investment returns are not guaranteed and the value of any investment can go down as well as up. You could get back less than you invested.

Our Funds Promise

We regularly check Aegon funds to see if they're meeting their objectives. Find out more.

Understanding investments

Get some tips on things to think about when deciding whether an investment is right for you.

The following video is about Investing - the basics and has a transcript (see below).

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Are these the right funds for me?

These funds are designed for savers who have a financial adviser, or are investing via their company pension scheme. If you don’t already have a financial adviser, you can find one on the Money Advice Service website. Or, to browse the funds available for direct investment (i.e. for those who don’t have a financial adviser and aren’t part of a company pension scheme), please take a look at Retiready.