What are investment funds?
Mutual funds are among the most popular ways to invest savings. They are established and managed by mutual fund companies or foreign investment companies, which have specialised staff and extensive experience on the capital market. Thanks to this they can professionally manage the entrusted money. The objective of mutual funds is to multiply the assets they are entrusted with as effectively as possible, maintaining a specified safety level.
Funds invest on money, capital, raw material, commodity, futures, FX and many other markets. Investment decisions are made by experienced specialists who continuously monitor markets to make changes to the fund's investment structure at the right time to increase its profits. However, in doing that, they have to strictly follow rules, which define, in which instruments and how much they can invest.
These principles are described in the information or issue prospectus, which is obligatorily published by every fund on the website of the TFI, which manages it. It is a good idea to read these documents before investing in a specific fund, to be fully aware of the risk related to the fund and the fund's potential to generate profit.
It must be remembered that investments in funds bear investment risk – their value may grow or fall, including the possibility of losing part of the invested money. Historical performance of funds is not a guarantee of attaining same results in the future.
Why is it worth to invest in the funds we offer?
Domestic funds available from us offer a full range of investment strategies: from conservative strategies to aggressive strategies, that invest in the most risky products but provide the highest yield potential (e.g. stock funds). These funds represent different asset classes and different risk levels. Such a variety of mutual funds provides an almost unlimited freedom to choose your investment strategy.
Private Banking offers investment funds managed by local market leaders:
- Millennium TFI SA
- Investors TFI SA
- Goldman Sachs TFI SA
- Esaliens TFI SA
- Quercus TFI SA