We cooperate with investment funds from Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, France, Great Britain, Russia and many other countries.
Due to the contacts we have at fairs and meetings across Europe, business connections are growing and we hope for new business associates.
Investment funds are institutions of collective investment in which funds are raised. Funds collected are invested in different types of assets (stocks, bonds, treasury bills and other legally allowed securities), in accordance with the investment objectives set forth in the prospectus, in order to generate profit and reduce the investment risk.
The assets of the investment fund are owned by members of the investment fund, in proportion to their participation in the fund and is separated from the company for managing that fund. The operation of investment funds is regulated by the Law on Investment Funds, and the supervision of management companies is carried out by the Securities Commission.
There are open and closed investment funds. Open funds invest in liquid securities that can be determined on a daily basis, and investors can invest funds on a daily basis or withdraw them from the fund.
The closed fund collects cash through the sale of shares through a public offer. When the public offer is completed, investors who have bought fund shares can trade them on the organized market at the market price of these shares which may be lower or higher than the value of the fund's assets. In addition to the securities invested in open funds, closed funds can invest in real estate as well as in companies that are not traded on the organized market and may be more risky than open funds. There are several different forms of both open and closed funds, but all forms agree with the basic character of the fund.
The net value of the fund represents the value of securities and other assets from the portfolio of the fund, less the amount of liabilities. It is calculated every working day after the end of trading. Since the value of securities varies every day, so the net value of the fund changes on a daily basis. The net value of the fund is also a good indicator of the performance of the investment fund.
The investment unit is a proportionate accounting share in the total net assets of an open-ended investment fund.
The value of an investment unit is calculated by dividing the net value of the fund with the total number of investment units. This means that if the net value of the fund is 100,000 euros and the total number of investment units is 100, the value of an investment unit will be 1,000 euros. If the net value of the fund increases by EUR 10,000 the following day, the value of the investment unit will be EUR 1,100 (provided the number of units has not changed). The initial value of the investment unit of all open-ended funds is 1,000 euros.
The performance of the fund can not be guaranteed and the fund's previous performance is not a guarantor of future results. There is a risk that you are investing in an investment fund, and depending on how much you are willing to take risks, you can choose the type of fund that suits you most. Funds with more risky investments potentially have higher returns, while funds with a relatively conservative investment policy, such as value-preservation funds, have fewer returns, but are also less risky by investing in them.
The Law on Investment Funds was conceived in accordance with the best international practices in regulating these institutions. It provides a number of control mechanisms that increase the security of investment funds and investors protect against fraud and abuse. Thus, for example, the Commission approves shareholders with participation above 10% and the management of management companies, the funds of the funds are completely separate from the assets of the company and are kept by the custody bank that controls the calculation of the value of the assets of the fund and determines that the investment of the property is in accordance with the prospectus of the fund. Advertising materials should meet certain standards and inform the potential investors in a correct way.
However, the regulation can contribute to the investor being adequately informed about the risks of investing in a particular fund, but on it is an investment decision, and the risk of the selected fund is borne by itself. As there are no limits in terms of yield, there are no limitations or losses. It is therefore important that citizens understand the risks and that they can assess whether their funds respond in general, and if they are appropriate, to choose those types that match their life priorities.
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