RCM Eastern European Equities Fund

Raiffeisen Eastern European Equities is established on 21.02.1994. The fund's assets are invested mainly in equities and securities equivalent to equities issued by companies which are domiciled or primarily active in the Emerging Market countries of Central and Eastern Europe (especially Russia and Turkey). Investors gain from the robust economic growth in these countries and the relatively attractive equity valuations.

This investment fund is suitable for growth- and risk-oriented investors who are seeking to realize, in particular, price gains through promising investments. The fund is suited for investors who wish to profit from the growth and opportunities in the Emerging Markets in Europe, but who are also aware of possible fluctuations in exchange rates. The recommended investment horizon is not shorter than 10 years.

  Subscription fee when the investment amounts up to
€ 200 000
Subscription fee when the investment amounts above
€ 200 000,01
Entry fee 1.75% 0.50%
Redemption fee there are no fees

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Investing in mutual funds involves certain risks. The value of the shares and the income from them may go down. Profit is not guaranteed and there is a risk for investors may not recover the full amount of money. Investing in Mutual Funds is not guaranteed by the Guarantee Fund, established by the State or any other warranty. Future performance of the contract funds are not necessarily associated with results from previous periods.

The presented information should not be considered advice for investing in financial instruments, including units of mutual funds, offered by Raiffeisen Asset Management (Bulgaria). It is recommended for investors to first familiarize themselves with the prospectuses of the funds and the rules for Mutual funds before taking any investment decisions. The full prospectus and additional information for the funds can be received in any of the offices of Raiffeisenbank (Bulgaria) as well as on the website of RAM www.ram.bg.