Investlinx is committed to high quality investments through simple, low-cost and transparent products, with the objective to preserve and grow investors’ capital.

We are committed to reflect our mission in our actions and our value proposition

Actively Managed ETFs

Our objective is to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns by building an optimal portfolio and applying appropriate risk controls.

For more information please refer to The Edge of Actively Managed ETFs page.
Lower Costs
We strive to offer our actively managed funds at a total expense ratio more than 35% lower than comparable funds in Europe1, bringing significant economic benefits to investors. A lower cost allows for a better compounded rate of return, helping investors generate greater returns.   For more information please refer to the Lower Costs page.
Transparent and Constant Communication

We provide regular updates about our portfolios, funds’ performance, strategy and any relevant market dynamics. These updates can help investors make more informed decisions and better understand their investments.


We design our processes and investment strategies in a straightforward and easy-to-follow manner to keep the investors informed and aware of our actions. We invest in liquid fixed income and equity securities and avoid unnecessary risks and costs for our investors: we do not use leveraged positions, do not short securities, do not use derivatives and do not lend the securities in our Funds.

Alignment of Interests

Investlinx’s shareholders have also invested significant capital in Investlinx ETFs. By investing alongside investors’ capital, we want to demonstrate that we are committed to making decisions that are in the best interests of all stakeholders.

1. Comparison between Investlinx ETFs Total Expense Ratio (TER) and the average expense ratios of Equity funds and Allocation funds distributed in Belgium Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK.. Source: Morningstar “Global Investor Experience Study: Fees and Expenses” research, March 30th 2022.