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I couldn't find any result in the previous threads.

Are there any vested benefit accounts that offer investments in ETF and have an english interface?

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Old 02.01.2020, 12:22
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Re: vested benefit accounts

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I couldn't find any result in the previous threads.

Are there any vested benefit accounts that offer investments in ETF and have an english interface?

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Look to the bottom of this thread for the links. Also note that vested benefit accounts are blocked, you cannot trade on them. If you meet certain criteria you can request that some of the balance be invested in a few very specific approved funds.
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Re: vested benefit accounts

There's a limit as to what you can do, as @Jim2007 says. UBS offers some pre-selected mixed funds you can invest in. I've not checked recently but in general, historically, they've offered better investment prospects than cash. (This is not investment advice -- DYOR.)
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