When investing larger sums of money it might be interesting to look beyond Meesman. I’ve investigated BinckBank and this is what I came up with. Buying and selling trackers via BinckBank is €6.50 + 0.10% with a minimum of €10 and a maximum of €150. No other fees on top of mentioned TERs.
|0.25||Vanguard FTSE All-World ETF||Euronext Amsterdam||EUR||IE00B3RBWM25|
|0.29||Vanguard FTSE All-World High Div Yield||Euronext Amsterdam||EUR||IE00B8GKDB10|
|0.22||Vanguard FTSE Dev. Asia Pac. Ex Jp ETF||Euronext Amsterdam||EUR||IE00B9F5YL18|
|0.15||Vanguard FTSE Developed Europe UCITS ETF||Euronext Amsterdam||EUR||IE00B945VV12|
|0.45||Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF||Euronext Amsterdam||EUR||IE00B3VVMM84|
|0.19||Vanguard FTSE Japan UCITS ETF||Euronext Amsterdam||EUR||IE00B95PGT31|
|0.09||Vanguard S&P 500 ETF||Euronext Amsterdam||EUR||IE00B3XXRP09|
Now, I still need to make a phone call asking them lots and lots of questions. However, this looks promising. We think All-World would suit our needs best. However, I’m still very tempted by the extremely low TER for the S&P500.
The down side of the BinckBank website is that I can’t find one Vanguard prospectus on it. So all that information comes from Morningstar, which I believe is trustworthy?
Disclaimer: I am not a professional investor. I am just publishing the findings of my investigation and I am not responsible for mistakes in this information. You are solely responsible for your own investing choices.