Customise your own ETF portfolio

Peaks gives you the option to customise your own portfolio. Choose from a wider range of ETFs and ETPs and invest in funds you believe in.

More control over your investments

Our standard portfolios are an ideal option for many investors, but we also give you the freedom to build your own portfolio if you wish. Choose the ETFs and ETPs that match your investment style.

How it works

Start with one of the standard Peaks portfolios and customise it to your preferences. Or start an empty portfolio and build it all yourself.

Choose the funds you believe in

Choose from 16 thematic and regional ETFs and 2 ETPs to add to your portfolio. 

Easily adjust the weighting of each fund

Use the sliders to set the weighting for each fund in your portfolio. Each fund has a different risk profile, so you choose the risk profile you are comfortable with.

Set your deposits

Set recurring daily, weekly, or monthly deposits and easily invest your money in the funds of your choice.

Choose from 16 ETFs and 2 ETPs

We've selected 16 index funds (ETFs) and 2 ETPs with which you can build your own portfolio. Through each ETF, you invest in dozens of shares or bonds. This enables you to spread out your investments and limit your risk. The ETFs we've selected give you the opportunity to invest in global regions as well as themes, such as blockchain, healthcare or sustainable energy. Read more about the different index funds below.

AEX index


The AEX index (derived from Amsterdam Exchange Index) is the main Dutch stock market index and tracks the 25 largest Dutch companies. You invest in Unilever, ASML and Adyen, for example.

Automation & Robotics

iShares Automation & Robotics UCITS ETF

This fund invests in companies involved in automation and robotics. A large part of the investments are in companies in the US and Japan. For example, you invest in chip companies AMD and Qualcomm.

Asia Pacific


This fund invests in the top 25% of sustainable stocks from Australia and part of Asia, including Japan.


Invesco CoinShares Global Blockchain UCITS ETF

This fund invests in global companies involved in blockchain developments, such as "mining" for cryptocurrencies, blockchain-related financial services and payment systems. For example, you invest in Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing and Coinbase.

DAX index


The DAX (Deutscher Aktienindex) is the main index of German listed companies and tracks the 40 largest German companies. You invest in Siemens, Allianz and Airbus, for example.


iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF

This fund invests in companies based in developed markets offering digital services, mainly in the US, Europe, Australia and part of Asia. For example, you invest in Netflix and Adyen.

Sustainable Energy

Invesco Global Clean Energy UCITS ETF

The investments in this fund are companies engaged in innovation and generation of renewable energy. For example, you invest in companies that focus on natural resources such as wind, solar, and hydropower.


iShares MSCI Europe SRI ETF

This fund invests in the top 25% of sustainable listed European companies, including SAP, ASML and Danone.

European corporate bonds

Xtrackers II EUR Corporate Bond SRI ETF

This fund invests in bonds of sustainable European companies with high credit ratings, including Barclays.

European Government Bonds

iShares Core Euro Government Bond

This fund invests in bonds of European countries that use the euro and have high credit ratings. You invest in several countries through this index fund, including France and Germany.

High-Yield Corporate Bonds

iShares € High Yield Corp Bond ESG UCITS ETF

This index fund invests in European corporate bonds. The expected return with these bonds is higher, as is the risk. The fund invests in companies with lower credit ratings that score better on sustainability than competitors.

Inflation-Linked Government Bonds

Eurozone Inflation-Linked Bond UCITS ETF 1C

This index fund invests in inflation-linked eurozone government bonds. A large proportion of the bonds are issued by the French and Italian governments. This fund can help protect Europe from inflation.

Healthcare Innovation

iShares Healthcare Innovation UCITS ETF

This fund invests in companies that derive much of their revenue from healthcare innovations. These companies are mainly based in the US, but also in Europe and Asia. For example, you invest in Abbott and Roche.

North America


This fund invests in the top 25% of sustainable US listed companies. For example, you invest in Nvidia, Walt Disney and Tesla.

Emerging Markets

iShares MSCI Emerging Markets SRI ETF

This fund invests in the shares of the top 25% of sustainable listed companies from emerging countries such as India, Brazil and Taiwan. 

Small Cap Global

UBS MSCI World Small Cap Socially Responsible ETF

This fund invests in medium-sized and smaller companies around the world. The regions are mainly North America, Europe, Japan and Australia.

Bitcoin ETP

CoinShares Physical Bitcoin

This ETP is an exchange-traded product and tracks the value of Bitcoin. So when you invest in the Bitcoin ETP, you don't "own" any Bitcoins yourself, you invest in an investment product that fully reflects the value of Bitcoin.

Ethereum ETP

CoinShares Physical Ethereum

This ETP is an exchange-traded product and tracks the value of Ethereum. So when you invest in the Ethereum ETP, you don't "own" any Ethers yourself, you invest in an investment product that fully reflects the value of Ethereum.

Expected return, risk and fund fees

Investing always involves risk. You may lose (part of) your investment. Your risk and expected return depend on the ratio of shares and bonds in your portfolio and the index funds you invest in. Investing in funds is less risky than investing actively because your investment is spread across dozens to hundreds of different stocks.

If you build your ETF portfolio yourself, it is important to decide first which funds fit into your portfolio and how much risk you want to take. The larger the percentage of stock funds relative to bond funds, the greater the expected return over the long term. The downside is that you are exposed to a somewhat higher risk.

All funds charge you a percentage of your investment as fund fees. These fees affect your expected return, so please take this into account when building your own ETF portfolio. For more information on fund fees, please visit our fund fees page.

Available in all packages

Peaks offers you a choice of three different packages: Start, Complete and Premium. With all packages, you can either choose from four diversified ETF portfolios created by Peaks or build your own.

* You pay the variable costs of 0.5%, 0.4%, or 0.25% of the average value of your investments per year in instalments - so every month 1 ⁄ 12.