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Has your manager at your private bank not achieved the desired returns? Then it is high time to request an audit of your investment portfolio.

Easyvest offers you a free detailed comparative analysis of your portfolio. This provides a critical and objective view of your current asset management.

Fill out the form and receive your audit within 24 hours.

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How it works?


Send us your portfolio report

Send us a portfolio statement from your advisor detailing your current portfolio. Your privacy is of utmost importance to us, which is why we treat all your information with the utmost confidentiality.


You receive your audit

Your audit is sent to you in the form of an infographic that shows your allocation, your risk exposure, your total actual expenses and your past performance, all compared to an easyvest portfolio of equivalent risk.


Review of your audit

With this audit, we initiate a dialogue to help you better manage your investments. Although many people requesting an audit decide to invest with easyvest, this action is no binding at all.

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Easyvest is a brand of EASYVEST NV/SA, authorized and regulated by the Belgian Authority for Financial Services and Markets, with company number 0631.809.696, as a portfolio management company and as a broker in insurances, with registered office at Rue Gachard 59, 1050 Brussels, Belgium. Copyright 2023 EASYVEST NV/SA. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Any historical returns, expected returns, or probability projections may not reflect actual future performance. All securities involve risk and may result in loss.