Last update: 07.06.2023 02:26 (GMT+3)
INVL Emerging Europe Bond Subfund invests into debt securities of the most promising governments and companies of emerging Europe. Managers harmonize more risky (companies’ bonds) and more secure (government bonds) investments of this subfund, striving to ensure even investment return.
Characteristics of the Subfund
The Subfund's assets are allocated in the developing European region. This region is characterized by strong source of economic strength and is one of the most promising regions in the world. Investments focus on the countries and the companies that have low debt and good earnings growth prospects. Governments and corporates with such a strong credit profile have higher return rates than in developed countries. The vast majority of investment in the Subfund is carried out in euro.
Goal of subfund: To ensure harmonized growth of Subfund’s assets
Region: Central and Eastern Europe
Minimal recommended investment period: 1-2 year
Risk level: Moderate
Benchmark index: 0.5 * JP Morgan Euro Emerging Markets Bond Index Diversified Europe (JP Morgan Euro EMBI Diversified Europe) + 0.4 * JP Morgan Corporate Emerging Markets Bond Index Broad Europe (CEMBI Broad Europe) + 0.1 * Euro Cash Indices Libor Total Return 1 Month Index (ECC0TR01 Index)
Distribution fee: 0 %
Management fee: 1.00 %
Performance fee: not applied
Subfund change: 0.25 %
More information on the Subfund
More information about the subfund (prospectus, Rules, annual and semi-annual reports, etc.) is available at client service office Gynėjų str. 14, Vilnius, by calling +370 700 55 959 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, online www.invl.com and at any subfund’s distributor.
Key Investor Information Document:
Rules of INVL Emerging Europe Bond Subfund:
Prospectus of INVL Emerging Europe Bond Subfund: