What risk has an investment fund?
The risk of an investment fund essentially depends on the type of assets it invests in, the rating of those assets, which geographical area they come from and the currency they are quoted in.
What is an investment fund?
An investment fund is type of collective investment institution (CII) without a legal entity whose capital consists of the contributions of the investors, known as shareholders. They are established for the purpose of obtaining a return in the interest of the total capital, offering shareholders a series of benefits derived from that union of the capital of a large number of investors that said investors would be unable to obtain individually.