Converting your investment into cash matters for you? You want to invest into low-risk financial instruments? Then Raiffeisen CASH, a fund designed for short-term investments, is the right choice for you.
|Type of fund:||Cash fund|
|Investment goal:||The investment goal of the fund is to achieve a stable but continuous |
return on short-term investment of the Fund's assets with a low level of risk and maintain
liquidity of assets at the highest possible level.
|Whom the fund is intended for:||The Fund is intended for private and institutional investors who identify themselves with the Fund's investment goal and want their units to be convertible to cash at any time.|
|Minimum initial investment:||500,00 KM|
|Minimum amount of each next investment:||100,00 KM|
|Minimum payments under an investment scheme:||50,00 KM|
|Management fee:||1.00% of the Fund's total assets, annually|
Calculation date for the first unit price: 11/01/2012
Initial unit value: KM 100.00
Fund currency: BAM
Prospectus/ Articles of Association of Raiffeisen CASH
Raiffeisen CASH at a glance
Raiffeisen CASH Payment instructions
Document requirements for entering the Raiffeisen CASH fund
Investment goal and target investment structure of the Fund
- The Fund's investment goal is to generate the highest possible yield on short-term assets investments, while achieving the soundest possible unit price. Due to its investment goal, the Fund is permanently exposed to money and bond markets, with investments of not less than 60% of its net assets into financial instruments with maturities up to one year. In addition, the Fund's strategy allows investments into financial instruments on the B&H market, EU Member States as well as EU non-Member States.
Permitted and Restricted Investments
The Fund's assets shall be invested in the following financial instruments:
Bonds, money market instruments and investment funds focused on fixed-yields financial instruments, in Bosnia and Herzegovina (FB&H and RS), other CEFTA member states, EU Member States (Member States) and OECD member states, up to 60% the Fund's net assets.
Shares and voting rights/ share disposal rights and investment funds mostly investing in shares in Bosnia and Herzegovina, other CEFTA members, the members of the European Union and other members of OECD, up to 60% of the Fund's net assets.
Investment funds in Bosnia and Herzegovina, other CEFTA member states, Member States and OECD member states, up to 30% of the Fund’s net assets
Deposits in financial institutions and money in the Fund's accounts, up to 30% of the Fund's net assets
Repurchase agreements for the instruments specified above, up to 30% of the Fund’s net assets.