Schoellerbank funds are supervised by Schoellerbank Invest AG. Schoellerbank Invest AG is one of the most innovative fund companies in Austria with very strong growth rates. There are two main reasons for this success: Good performance of the funds and innovative fund solutions. The company launched alternative products in Austria, e.g. the first money market fund, the first fund of funds, the first fund with inflation protection and fund savings. Schoellerbank Invest AG is very successful in the field of individual special funds for institutional investors as well.
Managed fund volume: EUR 6.65 billion
Number of managed funds: 65
14 January 1994
Mag. Thomas Meitz
Mag. Michael Schützinger
Mag. Marion Morales Albinana-Rosner, Chairwoman)
Mag. Martin Mayer, Deputy Chairman
MMag. Julia Fürst
Mag. Monika Rosen-Philipp
Michael Graf von Medem
KPMG Austria GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungs- und Steuerberatungsgesellschaft, Vienna
DEPOSITARY BANK FOR ALL FUNDS
FUNDS MANAGED BY THE COMPANY
Number of managed funds: 64
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The information contained therein is based on the state of knowledge and assessment of the market at the time when the document was prepared - subject to changes and amendments. The information is based on sources that we consider to be reliable. We cannot guarantee the completeness and accuracy of the information provided. Since every investment decision requires individual adjustment to the personal situation of the investor, this information does not replace personal advice and information about risk within the framework of a personal consultation. Please note that the prospectuses, the information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFM Act and the Key Information Document of all investment funds listed in this publication and managed by us were created in accordance with the provisions of the Austrian Investment Fund Act (InvFG) and the Austrian Alternative Investment Fund Managers Act (AIFMG), contain important risk notices and constitute the sole sales documentation. The published prospectuses, the information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFM Act and the Key Information Document for the Schoellerbank funds in German, as amended, are available to interested parties free of charge at www.schoellerbank.at/fondspublikationen. Fund earnings are calculated as a mathematical yield according to the official OeKB method without taking into account purchase charges and redemption fees, capital gains tax (KESt) and reinvestment discount. Please note that the calculated values of investment funds may be subject to fluctuations. Information concerning performance relates to the past and therefore does not represent a reliable indicator of future trends. Some of the listed investment funds may invest up to 100% of their fund assets in other investment funds.
Due to the composition of their portfolio, investment funds may show increased fluctuations in value (volatility). In line with the fund provisions, approved by the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA), issuers can be specified, that can be weighted by more than 35 v.H. of the funds value. Market-related low or negative returns of money market instruments or bonds may influence the net asset value of investment funds in a negative way or might not be sufficient to cover the ongoing charges.
Errors and misprints excepted. With regard to the restrictions concerning sale of Schoellerbank funds to American nationals please consult page 3 f of the complete prospectus of the given fund for relevant information. Schoellerbank Invest AG is a fully owned subsidiary of Schoellerbank Aktiengesellschaft. A summary of investor rights in German as well as information on the termination of cross-border distribution in a Member State can be found at https://www.schoellerbank.at/anlegerrechte.