Branch 23 group insurances invest in funds without a guaranteed return by the insurer (best-efforts mode). In other words, the return on these group insurance policies depends on the results of their investments. At AG Employee Benefits you can choose between different Branch 23 investment funds based on your investor profile: are you ready to take risks to try to obtain a higher return?
AG Employee Benefits offers an extensive range of Branch 23 funds. Which means that you can always be sure to find the fund or funds which best meet your needs:
Fixed asset funds, in Europe and worldwide
Global flexible and tactical allocation funds worldwide
Passive and active management funds
Discover our complete product line in Branch 23.
Selecting an AG Employee Benefits Branch 23 solution means opting for:
an extensive and diversified range of funds;
permanent access to the best fund managers around the world;
an excellent return history.
Your funds will provide optimum returns thanks to our unique management method, Their underlying assets are actively managed by outside specialists who receive a mandate to manage part of the funds.
A highly diversified approach ensures that the funds generate consistent returns over the years:
At AG EB, you can count on funds which invest in one or several asset classes. You can decide yourself what goes into your portfolio or opt for mixed funds and entrust the task to other people.
Our funds are characterised by an intelligent combination of different investment styles and strategies (e.g. growth & value) which reduces risk: no one knows in advance which strategy will provide the best returns. Thanks to this balanced approach, you can be sure that the most advantageous strategy at any given time will be present in your portfolio.
We also search for the best fund managers for each style. Taken together, the fund managers make up a “Dream Team” which can find the best possible returns for your group insurance. You can always count on a diversified fund, entrusted to the world’s best managers.
This short video explains how the multi-management method works: