Return on Investments 2018 LifeSight funds

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At LifeSight you accrue pension by means of investing. Your pension payment is therefore dependent on the return on your pension capital. Via this message we inform you on investing at LifeSight and what the return has been on the LifeSight funds over the year 2018.

Smart Investing at LifeSight

LifeSight makes sure that your pension investments match your age and income. Are you relatively young, then you are automatically investing more in the Return fund which is targeted at reaching a high return. The returns are needed in order to accrue a sufficient pension. The closer you get to your retirement date, the more you invest in the Matching funds which have a defensive nature. The money you have saved with LifeSight can be used to buy a pension with an insurer when you retire. You hand over the saved capital to an insurance company and will receive a lifelong monthly pension for that.

Below you can find an overview of the achieved returns on our LifeSight investment funds, both on the year 2018 as since the start of the investment fund (4 November 2014). The achieved fund returns will be compared to the returns of the fund benchmark, a measure of performance to compare the LifeSight funds.

All shown investment returns of the LifeSight funds are net, hence after deducting all cost.

2018 fund return2018
Since start fund return (average per year)Since start
benchmark (average per year)
LifeSight Matching Kort fund-0.6%-0.5%2.0%1.4%
LifeSight Matching Lang fund4.0%-0.5%4.9%
LifeSight Rendement fund-4.9%-4.4%

In the shown investment returns the reduction on the fund costs which is agreed upon with your employer, is not taken into account. The reduction is paid out monthly by buying an additional amount of pension capital.