Strategy funds

Below you will find examples of our strategy funds. With all these products you have the advantage that the asset allocation is flexible. This means that with an exemplary bond quota of 70%-100%, our fund managers can vary the proportion of bonds in the fund within this range, depending on their assessment of the market. This achieves the optimization of your return opportunities in relation to your risk.



Simple, transparent, flexible. This is what our new investment concept looks like. Different goals require different investment strategies – our experts take care of the specifics. Do you want to save up for your children’s education, make sure you get a pension once you have retired, or set aside money for your lifetime dream?

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YOU INVEST Portfolio 10

YOU INVEST Portfolio 10 is one of our strategy funds that invests between 0% and 10% in equities and 80% and 100% in bonds. The flexibility granted to our fund managers here serves to optimize the return and risk of your investment.

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

YOU INVEST Portfolio 30

Within our group of mixed funds with variable asset allocation is also the YOU INVEST Portfolio 30 with an equity allocation of 0%-30% and a bond allocation of 60%-100%. Our experts use this scope to actively reallocate assets based on the respective market outlook and thus optimize and monitor the relationship between return and risk.

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

YOU INVEST Portfolio 50

YOU INVEST Porfolio 50 offers our fund managers exceptional flexibility. This fund invests 0%-50% in equities and 40%-100% in bonds. In critical market situations, our experts can reduce the equity portion to 0% and the bond portion to 40%. This allows a quick reaction in extreme situations, both on the opportunity and the risk side.

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



ERSTE D-A-CH fund invests in corporate and government bonds as well as in equities from the strong economies of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The equity ratio for this fund is between 0% and 30%. This means that our fund managers vary the amount of equity exposure depending on their market assessment and, in extreme cases, reduce it to zero percent.

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



ERSTE GLOBAL INCOME mainly invests in the three asset classes of dividend stocks, high-yield corporate bonds and emerging market bonds. These asset classes are usually characterized by comparatively high current income ("income") in the form of dividends or coupons. The maximum equity exposure is 50% of the fund volume. Depending on the market assessment, other asset classes can be added tactically. Generally, investments are made via funds. Investors have the opportunity to achieve an attractive total return from high, current income and long-term capital growth. A hedge against foreign currency risks against the fund currency is generally not provided, but is possible.

For the existing ISIN (AT0000A1G718), which distributes annually, a distribution yield of approx. 2-3% (before KESt) is aimed for. For the quarterly distributing ISIN (AT0000A2CEG1) approx. 0.4% (after KESt) per distribution is aimed for.

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


Important information:

Please find further information and documents on the respective funds by clicking the fund name in the above overview.


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