azValor has announced it will start offering investors the possibility to make regular periodic contributions into the firm’s investment funds in a move aimed at taking advantage from systematic investing.
The new service, aimed at making easier for savers to invest periodically, was already offered by azValor pension schemes since they were launched in 2016 but with some differences.
While investors interested in periodic contributions into funds have to sign an order with azValor – indicating the fund they want to invest in, the investment periodicity, and the contribution’s amount – as well as ordering their bank to make a periodic transfer into the fund’s account for the same amount and periodicity already signed with azValor, pension schemes’ participants just have to sign an order with the firm.
According to azValor’s financial director Sergio Fernández-Pacheco, this new service offers investors the possibility to minimise market volatility while optimising long-term investments.
“We believe the possibility to make regular periodic contributions into our funds is a very useful and attractive service that we now offer to our investors on the third anniversary of azValor,” Fernández-Pacheco said.