PSP PIKA

Multi-Asset Defensive - Europe

The fund PSP PIKA is designed for investors with low risk tolerance, who like their savings to increase safely and constantly, at higher yields than bank rates and do not intend to withdraw their money in a period of less than 3 years. The fund PSP PIKA allocates its assets mainly in bonds or short term commercial debt papers and partly in shares.

Risk tolerance

lower

Recommended length of investment

3 years +

Fund type

Multi-Asset Defensive - Europe

NAV per unit in Eur at 05.12.2019

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PSP Pika 26,20 EUR 0,00 3,36 2,94 7,73

Data at: 05.12.2019

Key information - PSP PIKA

Inception date: 2.2.1994
Entry fee: up to 2,3 %
Exit fee: up to 1 %, over 5 years: 0 %
Management fee: 1,30 %
Bank account number: SI56 1010 0003 5504 032, Banka Intesa Sanpaolo, d.d.
Fund type: Multi-Asset Defensive - Europe
Main Investment Strategy: The Fund allocates its assets in equity investments, fixed income investments, other investment funds units or money and money-market instruments. The fund  allocates less than 35 % of its assets in equity investments and equity-oriented investment funds units. At least 80 % of assets are invested in instruments issued by issuers domiciled in region Europe.

 

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