Fund unit value evolution for BT Index Austria ATX - 19-Iun-19, 11.070 EUR the value of fund unit is displayed with 3 decimals
BT Index Austria ATX is an open-end investment fund mostly for listed shares at the Vienna Stock Exchange, a minimum of 85% asset under management reproducing the ATX (Austrian Traded Index). The ATX is permanently updated on the official website of the VSE, allowing the permanent follow-up. BT Index Austria ATX may not invest in shares which are not included in the ATX. The difference is placed in fixed income instruments, which are used in order to optimize the risk factor belonging to listed shares.
BT Index Austria ATX is an equity fund designed for investors who are experienced in the capital market and wish to make investments denominated in Euro. This is a unique product among the equity funds registered in Eastern Europe therefore also on the Romanian market, having the ATX index as a benchmark. Once the structure of the index is modified, the fund's portfolio is adjusted accordingly.When equity markets rise, companies from the ATX index experience an increase in their market value, giving the fund increased performance. BT Index Austria ATX is recommended for investors who seek increased liquidity and developed markets, which provide significant growth due to western markets exposure, but also to emerging markets (Eastern Europe - members of the EU).
It must be remembered that investment in fund units represents an opportunity for earnings as well as an assumed risk. Past gains do not represent a guarantee of future performance.
The open end investment fund BT Index Austria ATX is registered under Nr.Reg. (ASF) CSC06FDIR/120070/09.09.2010, authorization (ASF) Nr.1158/09.09.2010, with the code ISIN ROFDIN0001K4.
BT Index Austria ATX is registered at US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with the following Global Intermediary Identification Number (GIIN): 2UZSA2.00005.SF.642
BT Index Austria ATX is registered with the LEI code 254900J9GTA2K4UAT650, the entity identification code underlying the global standard (ISO 17442), and identifies uniquely and clearly key information belonging to entities that are involved in financial transactions.