Raiffeisen-Mehrwert 2020 (I)

Performance*

From 12/28/2015 Up to 01/17/2020

Source: Depository Bank (Raiffeisen Bank International AG)

* Performance (incl. disbursements) From 12/28/2015 Up to 01/17/2020

Raiffeisen KAG calculates performance based on the published fund price, using the OeKB methodology. Past performance is not a reliable indicator for the future development of the fund.

Funds Information  01/16/2020

Fund currency EUR
Pay-out date 15.12.
Financial year From 01.11. Up to 31.10.
Subscription fee 3.00%
Management fee 0.30 %
Initial publication date 11/24/2015

Performance in per cent (yoy)

Since launch 10 years 5 years 3 years 1 year
2.51 - - 1.14 1.69

Prices From 01/16/2020

 Accumulating tranche
ISINAT0000A1G3A1
NAV107,95
Issue price111,19
Redemption price106,87

Raiffeisen KAG calculates performance based on the published fund price, using the OeKB methodology. Individual costs – such as the issue premium (maximum 3 %), the return fee (maximum 1 %), the investor’s securities account fees, and taxes – are not taken into account in calculating performance. These would reduce the performance if they were included. Past value is not a reliable indicator of the fund’s future performance.

Regarding our clients whose home currency differs from the fund currency, we would like to point out that the yield may rise or fall also due to currency fluctuations.

Tax treatment depends on the investor’s personal situation and may be subject to future changes.

The published prospectuses, information for investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG, and customer information documents (Key Investor Information Documents) for the investment funds of Raiffeisen Kapitalanlage-Gesellschaft m.b.H. are available in German at www.rcm.at (and for some funds the customer information documents are additionally available in English) or, if the fund shares are sold abroad, in English (if applicable in German) or in your national language at www.rcm-international.com.

The investment strategy permits the capital to be invested primarily in deposits.

Low or even negative yields on money market instruments and bonds induced by the market can have a negative effect on the net asset value or be insufficient to cover the recurrent costs.