*The fund is actively managed and does not follow the benchmark.
Since 1.7.2013 the mutual fund's benchmark has been the Total Return Index / Athens Exchange General Index.
From 1.6.2011 to 30.6.2013 the benchmark was a composite index: 70% Total Return Index / Athens Exchange General Index and 30% Stoxx Balkan 50 Index. Before 1.6.2011 the mutual fund’s benchmark was the Athens Exchange General Index.
The Institutional unit class was activated in 2020, so there is sufficient evidence to provide performance for the years 2021 and 2022.
The graph has limited value as a guide for the future returns of the mutual fund, since mutual funds do not have guaranteed performance and past returns do not ensure future ones.
The costs, fees and taxes, that are borne by the mutual fund and taken into account in the calculation of past performance are the management fee, the custodian fee, expenses, commissions for transactions made on behalf of the fund, any tax with respect to fund required by the applicable law, the remuneration of the auditors, the costs of statutory posts made on behalf of the fund and the expenses relating to compulsory by law notification of the mutual fund’s unit holders.
This mutual fund was launched in 2006. The I category was created in 2015, and was reactivated in 2020 after its deactivation.
The past performance is calculated in EUR
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Historical data may not be a reliable indication of the future performance of this fund.
There is no guarantee that the risk indicator will remain unchanged, it may shift over time.
The lowest category of risk (1) does not mean that the investment is risk-free.
The mutual fund is placed in this specific risk category, as it invests mainly in stocks which may fluctuate considerably. Hence the risk level is considered high.
The material risks associated with the mutual fund are the following:
Market risk, i.e. the risk of decline in market prices and the consequent fall in prices of some of the securities contained in the mutual fund’s portfolio, is high given that the fund invests in equities.
The expected credit risk (the risk of an issuer being unable to discharge its obligations) is low, because the mutual fund invests only slightly or not at all in debt securities.
The mutual fund’s liquidity risk is low. Liquidity Risks arise when a specific underlying investment is difficult to be liquidated, causing possible difficulty to redeem your investment from the mutual fund.
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