Sinfonia ISA

With  the  potential  for  higher  isa  returns,  and   a   0% initial  charge,the  sinfonia  ISA  can  help  your  savings  reach  their target. If you like the idea of potentially higher returns for your ISA money, then we’ve got just the ticket. The BNP Paribas Sinfonia ISA is designed to outperform cash ISA rates at a level of risk which is appropriate to you by investing your money across a wide range of funds and is carefully managed by some of the world’s top fund managers. Of course, like with any stocks and shares investment there is always the risk that you might not get back the full amount invested. Inflation can also affect the value of your investment. But the trick is balancing risk and return by spreading the risk to smooth over the peaks and troughs…and this ISA does just that. And as an extra bonus for using our non-advised site for your ISA investment, the initial charge of up to 5.5% has been waived so the initial commission is 0%. So your investment is free of any initial charges and your IFA will only take a 0.5% annual commission.  It’s also easy to open in as little as 10 minutes from the comfort of your home. All you need to do is visit our dedicated website, choose which of the 3 risk rated funds are most appropriate to you and then away you go.
How   does   it   work?

The BNP Paribas Sinfonia ISA offers you a tax efficient route to invest into the IFSL Sinfonia Portfolios which are an innovative fund-of-funds investment solution where leading investment experts, FundQuest, carefully review, evaluate and select the most appropriate funds for the portfolios. FundQuest’s unique approach and skills ensure that the portfolios are always customised to the needs of the investor by reviewing them on a daily basis to ensure they are performing to expectations and making changes where needed.
Key Features and Benefits

• When you open an ISA any profit or dividends you earn on the stock market is free from Capital Gains Tax or income tax.
• You can invest from £1,000 as a lump sum, or £50 a month, up to the ISA limits in any tax year.
• Your money is invested across a wide range of funds and geographic areas which is aimed at getting potentially better returns over the medium to long term, whilst also mitigating the risk of investing in single funds.
• Access to the expertise of the world’s top fund managers who carefully manage your investment.
• You choose the level of risk that’s appropriate for you.
• Your investment is run and managed by BNP Paribas who are one of the biggest banks in the Eurozone with total assets of nearly €2.1 Trillion.
• You can transfer in money held in any existing cash or investment ISAs.
• You can access your money at any time, but as this is a stocks and shares ISA, you may not get back the full amount you originally invested. You should see this as a medium to long term investment typically at least 5 -10 years.
How  to apply

Applying for the BNP Paribas Sinfonia ISA is easy. Simply click on the Sinfonia banner Below and  explore the sinfonia  website and you will find all the information you need so that you can make an informed choice on whether it’s the right option for you. Then you simply choose which investment option is right for you, how much you want to invest (within the annual ISA allowance limits) and apply online. Radical Financial services Ltd. has no control or responsibility for the pages you are about to access, or to where any subsequent link may take you

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