When you invest, the product you choose will depend on how you want to invest, your tax position, and what you want to achieve. We have options for new investors and also investors wanting to top up their existing pension or investment arrangement.
The Retirement Wealth Account - a personal pension that gives existing policyholders a wide range of AXA Wealth funds to choose from.
Elevate Pension Investment Account - a self-invested personal pension that allows you to combine your investments and manage them in one place on our online investment platform.
Family Suntrust - a self-invested personal pension that allows existing scheme participants to invest together.
Onshore Investment Bond - consider boosting your retirement plans with our bond.
Elevate General Investment Account - bring together or hold your investments on our online investment platform.
Elevate Stocks and Shares ISA - set up a new ISA or combine an existing one.
Once you've made a decision on a choice of retirement or investment product, you have a number of options about what funds to invest in.
We offer investment solutions to trustees of large pension schemes. If you're managing a trust-based pension scheme, we can help make sure that you're investing in the way that's best for your members.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) is a compensation fund that protects customers who are investing. In the unlikely event that we stop trading, become insolvent or are unable to pay you what we owe you, you may be able to claim compensation from the FSCS.
The amount they pay you will depend on your particular circumstances and the products you're invested in. To find out more, please have a look at the relevant product guides and key features documents in our literature library.
Please remember that the value of your investments can go down as well as up. It is not guaranteed, which means you could get back less than you originally paid in. Tax and legislation may change and the information above is our interpretation of current law and HMRC rules. The value of any tax benefits will depend on your circumstances.