BT Euro Obligatiuni is an open-end investment fund for fixed income financial instruments, denominated in Euro. The open-end fund is a product that is addressed to our more conservative customers. Investments are made in such a way that the risks associated with them are as low as possible. Because of this, we propose fixed income financial instruments such as bonds, treasury bills, government bonds or deposits. BT Euro Obligatiuni is authorized to invest according to the risk dispersion principle up to 100% of its assets under management in securities and other monetary instruments issued or guaranteed by Romanian public central authorities, dedicated to the preservation of capital and giving our customers the highest degree of safety we possibly can. 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 funds managed by BT Asset Management are targeted towards both individual customers and companies, Romanian and foreign, who do not have sufficient information to make a diversified portfolio that can reduce the risks present in operating on capital markets. The advantages of investing in our funds are the quality services we offer to our clients and our diversified portfolio that reduces the risks present in operating on capital markets and maximizes profits.
Offers stability because of the low risk involved.
Preserves capital and achieves higher return in comparison to banking deposits
No maturity and highly flexible
Return capitalized on a daily basis, having the possibility for investing/redeeming at any moment, regardless of amount
Purchasing fee: 0%
0.5% for holding periods less than 30 days;
0% for holding periods over 30 days.
Management fee: 0.05% /month - this fee is included in the value of the fund unit
The open end investment fund BT Euro Obligatiuni is registered under No.Reg. (ASF) CSC06FDIR / 120090 / 14.02.2014, authorization (ASF) No.A / 24 / 14.02.2014, with the code ISIN ROFDIN000218
BT Euro Obligatiuni is registered at US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with the following Global Intermediary Identification Number (GIIN): 2UZSA2.00006.SF.642
BT Euro Obligatiuni is registered with the LEI code 254900CEPH32AO8Q269, 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.
Because operating on the capital market is an important step on the way to becoming an entrepreneur, it is very important to know the usefulness of this product and the full characteristics of the open-end fund BT Euro Obligatiuni. Towards this end, we need to understand the opportunity of investing in products that contain fixed income financial instruments, especially in times of recession and economic uncertainty. In these conditions, bank interest is high and investing in stocks becomes risky. BT Euro Obligatiuni can allow you to take advantage of the opportunities presented by this disequilibrium in the market without exposing you to unpredictable risks.
Safety is the main characteristic of BT Euro Obligatiuni, as the fund is designed to protect investors from the risks present on the capital market. It is a product optimal for saving especially if customers make successive purchases that are also constant over time.
You can find us also on having as ticker BTEUOBL:RO
The unit value of net assets on the date 22-Ian-20
The value of the fund unit for the current day is published in the second half of the following working day.
To become an investor in the open-end fund BT Euro Obligatiuni you need to purchase at least one fund unit. The purchase of the fund unit is made by transfer of the amounts wished to be invested. The number of fund units resulted after purchase are assigned during the following working day, when are also confirmed the values of the fund units. Thus, on the investment form is not specified the purchased number of fund units.
You can become an investor in the following ways:
The purchase of fund units can be made from any branch of Banca Transilvania in the country by bank transfer to the account of BT EURO OBLIGATIUNI RO55BTRLEURINCS000704701.
Banca Transilvania customers may use BT24/mobile banking service to purchase fund units after initially applying for the desired fund in any Banca Transilvania branch.
In the case of future purchases of fund units, made by bank transfer, including electronic bank transfer, for investors who have adhered to the fund and have signed for future purchases (via a form available since 18.05.2009), the completion and signing of a Purchase Form is NOT compulsory, investors having the obligation of completing - under the "Explanations" header on the purchase form, their identification data (the investment account number opened with the Fund, name of holder/empowered person, fund name), starting with the investment account number number of investment account. If the payment order forms are not properly completed, BT Asset Management SAI does not take responsibility for any eventual delays in the allocation of fund units.
The price of purchase is the price valid on the date that the money is received in the Funds account.
Do you wish to redeem your investment? Nothing could be simpler.
The fund units can be redeemed at any one of the branches of Banca Transilvania in the country as well as bank transfer through BT24/mobile banking. The payment is made according to the Emission Prospectus in term of 10 working days, but usually the process takes 2 working days. When redeeming, the requested amount must be specified, the exact number of unit funds being computed by BT Asset Management on the first working day after the procedure.
If you do not have the time to visit a branch of the bank, you always have the opportunity of completing, signing and stamping the Redemption Form and transmitting a copy of it to us via fax (0264 410433) as well as in its original form, together with a copy of your identification document. The fax number must be the one declared at the adhesion to the fund to be used for further communication.