World Fund Day on 19 April: UniCredit Bank Austria fund advisory service
- Focus on fund advisory services in all branches and via video by 100 investment specialists
- Funds can offer an attractive alternative investment in the current low interest rate environment
This year sees the return of World Fun Day on 19 April for the fifth time in Austria. This will provide an opportunity for UniCredit Bank Austria to demonstrate its investment advisory expertise in its branches as well as via video by 100 investment specialists. World Fund Day is an initiative launched by the investment fund industry in Austria and organised jointly by VÖIG ("Vereinigung Österreichischer Investmentgesellschaften" – Association of Austrian Investment Management Companies) and VAIÖ ("Vereinigung Ausländischer Investmentgesellschaften in Österreich" – Association of Foreign Investment Management Companies in Austria).
UniCredit Bank Austria and its associate asset manager Pioneer Investments of course foreground this topic year-round. Through broadly based asset management and professional risk management investment funds can be the right solution for investors seeking attractive profit opportunities.
Investment funds – transparent and flexible
"In the present situation investment funds, with their diversified investment strategies, can offer interesting opportunities – for retail investors as well as for institutional investors", says Christian Noisternig, UniCredit Bank Austria Area-Head for Private Customers, Corporate Customers and Independent Professions. "With our investment check ('Anlage-Check') we offer an individual investment strategy for our private customers which exactly fits with their different investment preferences and intentions. We identify possible improvement potentials and recommend to our clients alternative investment opportunities in the current environment of low interest rates and geopolitical challenges."
"Investment funds provide an easy, transparent and very flexible possibility to use the opportunities available in international capital markets", explains Werner Kretschmer, CEO of Pioneer Investments Austria. Kretschmer: "The broad range of funds offers products that meet almost every investment need, depending on the investment period and the risk profile. Additionally, we offer as well the indispensable and professional risk management."
In the diverse range of funds the Komfort Invest funds by Pioneer Investments Austria provide an interesting possibility for many investors to benefit from the opportunities of international capital markets – depending on individual investment goals and risk tolerance. Further information about the Komfort Invest funds is available on www.komfortinvestzone.at.
Why has 19 April been chosen as the date of World Fund Day?
This is the fifth year in which 19 April is celebrated as World Fund Day in Austria. The date was carefully chosen: Adriaan van Ketwich, a merchant born in Amsterdam on 19 April 1744, became the first man to bring together in 1774 a large number of investors to make joint investments. The investors placed their money in something that resembled a fund called Eendragt Maakt Magt (unity makes strong). The fund invested in bonds issued by various governments, in banks and in loans in West India. Van Ketwich realised that broad risk diversification is a key criterion of successful investment. Thus the basic concept of investment funds was born.
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