ERSTE BOND DANUBIA EUR R01 (A)/  AT0000831409  /

Fonds
NAV7/16/2024 Chg.+0.0300 Type of yield Investment Focus Investment company
40.6100EUR +0.07% paying dividend Bonds Central and Eastern Europe Erste AM 
 

Investment goal

The ESPA BOND DANUBIA fund focuses its investments on government bonds from the new EU member states such as Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, but it also invests in the securities of other issuers from that region. We take a broad view on convergence and include Turkey and the former Soviet Republics in the investment universe. In addition to these convergence bonds in local currencies, the fund also invests in hard currency issues (euros, US dollars hedged against the euro). Depending on the market environment, temporary currency hedges are made against the euro. The fund is suitable for investors who wish to achieve regular income and capital appreciation from convergence.
 

Master data

Type of yield: paying dividend
Funds Category: Bonds
Region: Central and Eastern Europe
Branch: Government Bonds
Benchmark: -
Business year start: 6/1
Last Distribution: 8/30/2023
Depository bank: Erste Group Bank AG
Fund domicile: Austria
Distribution permission: Austria, Germany
Fund manager: Anton Hauser, Tolgahan Memisoglu
Fund volume: 62.13 mill.  EUR
Launch date: 7/3/1997
Investment focus: -

Conditions

Issue surcharge: 3.50%
Max. Administration Fee: 0.72%
Minimum investment: 0.00 EUR
Deposit fees: -
Redemption charge: 0.00%
Key Investor Information: Download (Print version)
 

Investment company

Funds company: Erste AM
Address: Am Belvedere 1, 1100, Wien
Country: Austria
Internet: www.erste-am.at
 

Assets

Bonds
 
98.36%
Cash
 
1.12%
Mutual Funds
 
0.52%

Countries

Supranational
 
18.85%
Czech Republic
 
17.92%
Romania
 
15.68%
Poland
 
9.98%
Hungary
 
9.08%
Croatia
 
4.33%
Latvia
 
3.05%
Lithuania
 
2.20%
Bulgaria
 
2.20%
Serbia
 
2.07%
Albania
 
1.64%
North Macedonia
 
1.13%
Cash
 
1.12%
Kazakhstan
 
1.11%
Germany
 
0.90%
Others
 
8.74%

Currencies

Euro
 
34.29%
Polish Zloty
 
22.37%
Czech Koruna
 
17.92%
Romanian Leu
 
11.03%
Hungarian Forint
 
8.97%
Cash
 
1.12%
Others
 
4.30%