Raiffeisen-PAXetBONUM-Anleihen (R)

Funds Information  12/07/2021

Fund currency EUR
Pay-out date 10.03.
Financial year From 01.01. Up to 31.12.
Management fee 0.60 %
Initial publication date 07/22/2003
Investor’s risk tolerance

lower

higher

SRRI


Holding period in years

min. 5 years


Prices From 12/07/2021

 Distributing trancheAccumulating tranche
ISINAT0000707385AT0000707393
NAV86,91118,27
Issue price86,91118,27
Redemption price86,91118,27

The management company notes that the sales office can charge fees for the purchase and/or redemption of unit certificates.

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 under the heading "Kurse & Dokumente" (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 under the heading „Prices & Documents“. A summary of investors rights is available in German and English under the following link: https://www.rcm.at/corporategovernance. Note that Raiffeisen Kapitalanlage-Gesellschaft m.b.H. may decide to terminate the arrangements for the distribution of the fund unit certificates outside the fund domicile country Austria.

The Fund Regulations of the Raiffeisen-PAXetBONUM-Anleihen have been approved by the FMA. The Raiffeisen-PAXetBONUM-Anleihen may invest more than 35 % of the fund's volume in securities/money market instruments of the following issuers: France, Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany.

Due to the low or negative yields that currently prevail on capital markets, the interest income in the fund is currently – and with high probability in the near future as well – insufficient to cover the running costs. It is not possible to make reliable, long-term forecasts in view of the incalculable factors regarding future market developments.