What is important to you? Want to invest in low-risk financial instruments? For you is Raiffeisen CASH, a fund intended for short-term investments.
|Type of fund:||Money fund|
|Investment goal:||The Fund's investment objective is to achieve a stable but continuous return to the short-term investment of the Fund's assets with a low level of risk and maintaining the liquidity of assets at the highest possible level.|
|To whom it is intended:||The Fund is intended for individuals and legal entities that meet the investment objective of the Fund, and it is important for them to be permanently redeemable.|
|Minimum initial investment:||500,00 BAM|
|Minimum every next investment:||100,00 BAM|
|Minimum investment payment represented by an investment plan*:|
|Control fee:||1,00% of the total assets of the Fund per year|
Date of calculation of the first share price: 11.01.2012. year
The initial value of the share: 100,00 BAM
Fund currency: BAM
The investment objective of the Fund is to achieve the highest possible yield on the short-term investment of the Fund's assets with the achievement of a higher stability of the Fund's share price. Given the investment objective of the Fund, the Fund is permanently exposed to the money and bonds market, by investing not less than 60% of the Fund's net assets in financial instruments whose maturity is not longer than one year. In addition, the Fund's strategy allows investment in financial instruments in the BiH market, EU Member States and non-EU member states.
Permitted investment and investment restrictions
The Fund's assets are invested in the following instruments:
Bonds, money market instruments and investment funds predominantly investing in fixed income instruments in Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH and RS), in other CEFTA member countries, Member States of the European Union (Member States) and other Member States OECD, up to 60% of the Fund's net assets.
Shares and rights to shares, and investment funds that mainly invest in shares in Bosnia and Herzegovina, other CEFTA member states, Member States and other OECD member countries, up to 60% of the Fund's net assets.
Investment funds in Bosnia and Herzegovina, other CEFTA member states, Member States and other OECD member countries, up to 30% of the Fund's net assets.
Deposits in financial institutions and money on the Fund's accounts, up to 30% of the net assets of the Fund.
Repo agreements on sale and repurchase with the above instruments, up to 30% of the net assets of the Fund.