The value of investments can fall as well as rise, and you may not get back the full amount you invest. Eligibility criteria, fees and charges apply.
Manage your Royal Bank Invest account
We have a dedicated page to help you manage your Royal Bank Invest account. It includes contact details, how the funds have performed, how to transfer your existing ISAs and investing guidance articles.
Fund performance for investment products
As an existing customer you want to check the performance of your existing investment, so we've gathered the funds that allows you to view the performance of our existing funds and compare this against other investments we offer.
From the sections below, pick a fund and go on to view the performance.
Personal Portfolio Funds
Five ready-made funds, available to invest in through NatWest Invest. All with low fees and charges. Each with a different level of risk. The more risk you take, the more chance you have of getting a larger return over time. But there's also a greater chance of a potential loss.
Investments Funds is a range of 14 active and passive funds that are each aligned to a specific level of risk.
Funds were launched either in May 2019 from UK fund mergers or in September 2022, from the transition of our Irish Fund range.
Your investment plan
Please select which product you have from the options below so we can provide you with relevant information in relation to your investment plan.
The NatWest Junior ISA – Personal Portfolio Balanced Fund was withdrawn from sale in 2019.
Child Trust Funds
Child Trust Funds were available for every child born on or after the 1st of September 2002 until the 2nd of January 2011.
This includes helpful information around Autopilot Bonds.
This includes information about Investment Bonds, with-profit bonds and the Guaranteed Income Bond.
Discretionary Portfolio Investment Services
This includes helpful information on Investment Management Service, Multi-Asset Portfolio Service and Portfolio Management Service.
This includes helpful information on Stakeholder Pensions (SHP), Personal Pension Plans (PPP), Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPP).
Learn more about investments
Whether you’re an experienced investor or just finding out what investing is, we’ve got a range of articles to help you understand more about investing.
We regularly update our articles depending on what’s happening in the market so check back for future updates.