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Investment Account

Wider possible investment opportunities

Our Investment Account can help you manage your assets easily and efficiently. Designed for the investor, it is an investment-linked life assurance policy whose primary use is not for protection, but as an offshore investment account.

The Investment Account allows you to construct your own portfolio, as long as the funds meet the requirements of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS)*. It enables you to invest in a wide range of assets, in any major currency. It also allows you to transfer across any existing assets, allowing you to consolidate, view and manage your investments in one place.

Assets are held in the politically stable and tax-efficient Isle of Man, so any growth on your investment will be virtually free from tax, subject to any withholding tax payable.

*Investment Account is available for non-accredited investors. Investors can select any asset under Collective Investment Schemes that are authorised by MAS or recognised under section 286 and 287 of the SFA (Cap 289), and any assets that approved by Old Mutual International as well.

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Policy Terms and Conditions: 

These are our current terms and conditions, if you are a new customer these are our standard conditions. If you decide to apply for a contract with us/or already have a contract with us then the terms that apply to your contract will be confirmed to you.

The information provided on this page is not intended to offer advice. It is based on Old Mutual International's interpretation of the relevant law and is correct at the time of publication. While we believe this interpretation to be correct, we cannot guarantee it. Old Mutual International cannot accept any responsibility for any action taken or refrained from being taken as a result of the information contained on this page.

Past performance is no guarantee of future returns. The value of the investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and the investor may not get back the amount invested. Where a transaction involves more than one currency the investor may be exposed to the risk of currency fluctuations.