RaboDirect expands investment funds portfolio

RaboDirect has announced it is partnering Franklin Templeton Investments, one of the largest fund companies in the World, to provide Irish retail investors with direct access to a range of Franklin Templeton’s Luxembourg-registered funds.

The four funds, which are now available to retail investors in Ireland through RaboDirect, will provide investors with greater scope to diversify their investment portfolios which helps to minimise risk associated with market volatility.

The funds being introduced are:

i) Templeton Global Total Return Fund,

ii) Franklin India Fund,

iii) Franklin European Growth Fund and

iv) Franklin US Equity Fund.

New and existing customers can invest in the funds from as little as €100 with an entry fee of 0.75%.

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