Fixed income funds

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What is a fixed income fund?

Fixed income funds are funds that invest largely or exclusively in interest-bearing bonds. Bonds usually offer regular interest payments and the redemption of the invested amount at the end of maturity. The investment aims at a regular income.

ERSTE SELECT BOND DYNAMIC

ERSTE SELECT BOND DYNAMIC

The ERSTE SELECT BOND DYNAMIC fund is an actively managed bond fund of funds. It invests flexibly in a wide variety of bond segments: national and international government bonds, corporate bonds, emerging market bonds in hard and local currency, convergence bonds from the "New Europe," but also international mortgage bonds. The weightings of the individual bond segments are determined as part of a tactical asset allocation process in order to be able to react to changes in the bond environment. The share of risky securities (i.e. credit ratings worse than investment grade) with higher yields or currency risks may account for up to 60% of the fund.

Please see the risk notes at the end of this page.

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Disclaimer

This document is an advertisement. All data is sourced from Erste Asset Management GmbH, unless indicated otherwise. Our languages of communication are German and English.

The prospectus for UCITS (including any amendments) is published in Amtsblatt zur Wiener Zeitung in accordance with the provisions of the InvFG 2011 in the currently amended version. Information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG is prepared for the alternative investment funds (AIF) administered by Erste Asset Management GmbH pursuant to the provisions of the AIFMG in connection with the InvFG 2011.

The fund prospectus, Information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG, and the key investor document/KID can be viewed in their latest versions at the  web site www.erste-am.com within the section mandatory publications  or obtained in their latest versions free of charge from the domicile of the management company and the domicile of the custodian bank. The exact date of the most recent publication of the fund prospectus, the languages in which the key investor document is available, and any additional locations where the documents can be obtained can be viewed on the web site www.erste-am.com. A summary of investor rights is available in German and English on the website www.erste-am.com/investor-rights as well as at the domicile of the management company.

The management company can decide to revoke the arrangements it has made for the distribution of unit certificates abroad, taking into account the regulatory requirements.

This document serves as additional information for our investors and is based on the knowledge of the staff responsible for preparing it at the time of preparation. Our analyses and conclusions are general in nature and do not take into account the individual needs of our investors in terms of earnings, taxation, and risk appetite. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of the future performance of a fund.

The public sale of shares in the specified fund in Germany was registered with the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, Bonn, pursuant to the German Kapitalanlagegesetzbuch (KAGB). The payment and information office in Germany is HSBC Trinkaus & Burkhardt AG, Königsallee 21–23, D-40212 Düsseldorf. Orders for the return of shares in the fund(s) can be submitted to the German payment and information office, and share redemption proceeds, any dividends or other payments can be paid out to Shareholders (in cash in the local currency) by the German payment office upon request. In addition, all information required by investors before and after the conclusion of an investment agreement – i.e. the fund terms and conditions, the fund prospectus, the Information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG, and the key investor document and the annual and semi-annual reports – is available free of charge at the German payment and information office. In Germany, the issue and return prices of shares are published in electronic form on the web site www.erste-am.com (and also at www.fundinfo.com). Any other information for Shareholders is published in the Bundesanzeiger, Cologne.