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If you have £100,000 (or currency equivalent) in savings and investments, and want to make your money work harder than it will in a savings account and are prepared to accept the risk of losing money, you may want to put your money into an investment.

Investments offer the opportunity to diversify your wealth across different currencies and asset classes, which helps alleviate major losses should a single asset lose value. Whether you are looking for income, growth or exposure to a particular region or industry, you can find investments to suit many goals.

At Barclays, our approach to investing is built on over 300 years of experience, world-class research and a commitment to understanding your individual needs.

Our International Investment Advisers will help you plan your investments to help you make the most of your wealth. They can understand your needs, advise you on the characteristics, benefits and risks of our investment offering and develop an investment plan that

matches your goals and attitude to risk.

To book an appointment with an adviser today, call us on +44 (0)1624 684316**. Please note that our investments service is only available to clients who maintain at least £100,000 (or currency equivalent) in savings and investments with Barclays International Banking.

We offer a range of investments in funds and structured notes. Each has different goals and risks associated with them.

Barclays Wealth produce the following publications regarding investing. Please ensure you read this important information before proceeding.

  • In Focus [PDF, 283KB] - Published weekly by the Barclays Wealth Research Centre, ‘In Focus’ contains vital information on the week’s developments across Equities, Fixed Income, Commodities and Foreign Exchange. 
  • Compass [PDF, 1.3MB] - Published quarterly by the Barclays Wealth Research Centre, Compass provides the Research Centre’s current views on the key issues affecting investors.

Remember that all investments carry risk. Investments can fall in value and you could get back less than you invested. Investments in currencies other than your own may rise or fall because of changes in exchange rates.

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