Deposit Plus (Series 2) Fund
The Deposit Plus (Series 2) Fund is a cash fund option which currently invests in a variable rate deposit account with AIB Bank (a trading name of Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c.).
- Invests in a variable rate deposit account with AIB Bank
- Risk rating:
How it works
The Deposit Plus (Series 2) Fund currently invests in a variable rate deposit account with AIB Bank (a trading name of Allied Irish Banks, plc). The interest rate earned on the deposit account is currently the ECB rate * (as at 10 March 2016) but the rate may change in the future.
Zurich Life’s normal product charges apply and includes annual management charges and, on some products, early encashment charges.
The return is before the deduction of charges, the pension levy and imputed distribution payments, as applicable. Taxes may apply when you mature your pension. Withdrawals from ARFs (Approved Retirement Funds) and AMRFs (Approved Minimum Retirement Funds) will be taxed as income.
* Clients do not have a deposit with AIB Bank (a trading name of Allied Irish Bank plc) or any recourse to AIB Bank. In the event that AIB Bank does not meet its obligations to Zurich Life, or the return on the AIB Bank account is otherwise insufficient, the value of the Deposit Plus (Series 2) Fund will be based on the value returned from the deposit account with AIB Bank. No other assets of Zurich Life Assurance plc shall be used to make up the difference.
Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
Current Fund Price* (as at 29/04/2021)
Annualised Performance (%)*
*Notes: Annual management charges (AMC) apply. The fund performance shown is before the full AMC is applied on your policy.
Returns are based on offer/offer performance and do not represent the return achieved by individual policies linked to the fund.
The fund price/performance shown is for the Pension / Gross of Tax Funds category.
*Source: Zurich Life
**Note: Asset Splits are updated quarterly.
Our investment team is based in Blackrock, Co. Dublin and is responsible for managing funds of approximately €28.4 billion*. The most senior members of the investment team have been together for more than fifteen years. It is the close co-operation of our fund managers in making investment decisions across assets, sectors and markets that differentiates us from other fund managers. We have an integrated team-based investment process which ensures that we implement our investment strategy quickly and effectively. We are active investment managers with a macro-economic approach, which is top-down and asset allocation driven. We construct our portfolios to allow us to take advantage of opportunities over all parts of the economic cycle. Zurich has an excellent reputation for investment performance and customer service.
*Source: Zurich, December 2022.