Equity diversification


Designed for investors who want to invest in shares of different companies. Compared with fixed income, it tends to have higher long-term returns but it is also higher risk. Within the category we can choose between different geographies, sectors or investment themes.

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Fixed Income

These products are mostly invested in bonds and debentures issued by states and/or private companies. These assets are considered to have a conservative profile; however, as with all funds, there is a certain degree of risk. Funds linked to fixed income are characterized by having investments in issues from governments, corporations or private companies, high yield or convertible securities, or inflation-linked bonds.

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Monetary products

Aimed at investors interested in funds that invest mostly in deposits and treasury bills with short-term maturities. These products are considered very conservative due to their high liquidity.

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Funds designed to combine fixed income and equity investments. The fund’s risk profile will depend on the weight of the type of asset invested. The investment policy of these funds determines the proportion between both assets as a fixed percentage or as more or less flexible ranges.

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Absolute return

For investors who aim to obtain absolute positive returns, regardless of market conditions. The objective of these funds, with a very varied style of investment and management, is to obtain attractive returns in keeping with their risk level.

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Structured products

A structured product is a combination of two or more financial instruments that form a single structure. Structured products offer a great variety, not only depending on their nature, but also on the assets in which they invest, providing exposure to different markets or underlying assets according to the risk profile that the investor wants to assume. These are some examples

  • Self-cancelling barrier reverse convertible
  • ‘Equity Linked Notes’
  • ‘Twin Win Notes’
  • ‘Credit Linked Notes’
  • Range accrual on interest rates or currency
  • Dual currency notes