Out of 3,000 funds available, only 10% make it through Square Mile's selection process
Choose from seven funds aligned to your investment goals and appetite for risk
Each fund has a "Environmental, Social and Governance" rating
With EQi you don't pay for fund purchases
As you grow in confidence as an investor, it is only right that EQi makes sure your choice of funds grows too.
There are thousands of funds available so to help you narrow down which would represent a good fit for your investment goal, we’ve partnered with Square Mile, the independent investment research business.
Your investment goal should work to support your life stage - whether you have time to grow your investments, need income in your retirement or are looking to preserve your capital as you will soon withdraw money to buy a home or purchase an annuity.
Unsure which goal is right for you? Read more about investment goals here.
For investors who are building up their savings
For investors who are seeking income from their investments
For investors not aiming for capital growth, however this does not guarantee that investments won't go down
For investors who wish to take a responsible and ethical approach to their investments
Funds are given a grading between 0-3 for their environmental, social and governance credentials
ESG has not been a consideration in this fund's investment process
ESG factors may be considered
ESG factors are actively considered
ESG is fully integrated and instrumental
Please note: Other funds in these categories are available
These fund selections are provided to EQi by Square Mile Investment Consulting Research Limited, an independent research firm.
EQi does not receive a fee or commission should you invest in any of the funds, and neither does Square Mile.
The value of investments can fall as well as rise and any income from them is not guaranteed and you may get back less than you invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.
Neither EQi or Square Mile provide advice or make recommendations about investments. If you have any doubts about the suitability of an investment, you should seek advice from a suitably qualified professional adviser.
How do you know where to start when there are more than 3,000 funds to choose from? Start with just three, aligned to your appetite for risk.
We've added new fund lists for experienced investors, so whether you're looking to invest in Emerging Markets, US equities or ethical funds, we've got 50 to choose from.