Investment funds

Investment funds

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  • Bankia Soy Así Dinámico, FI

    Category

    OVERALL

    Risk level

    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
    • 6
    • 7

    Low

    High

    Initial Investment

    100

    Return in the year *

    3.03

    *To 17/03/2017

    • Bankia Garantizado Bolsa Europa 2024, FI

      Category

      GUARANTEED VARIABLE-YIELD

      Risk level

      • 1
      • 2
      • 3
      • 4
      • 5
      • 6
      • 7

      Low

      High

      Initial Investment

      100

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      • 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.

      • What is a mobilisation between funds and how is it taxed?

        It is an operation whereby an individual transfers, in whole or in part, the investment made in one investment fund to another fund.

        With this operation you make a total or partial withdrawal of the shares you have in an investment fund to place the amount withdrawn in shares of another fund. In this way, the reimbursed amount is transferred directly from the source fund to the target fund, together with the fiscal information.

        For you, as an investor, the movements do not affect your personal income tax as there is a deferral regime under which, when the amount obtained in the reimbursement or transmission of shares in an investment fund is allocated to the acquisition or subscription of other shares in investment funds, they will not be computed as a capital gain or loss, and the new shares subscribed to will maintain the value and the date of acquisition of the transferred or reimbursed shares.

        The deferral system will not apply the amount derived from the reimbursement or transmission of the holdings in the investment fund is placed at the taxpayer's disposal by any means or, as the case may be , the subscription or acquisition is addressed to holdings in quoted investment funds, nor when it is addressed to shares in listed variable-capital investment firms, or in the case of unit holders of banking assets funds. You must take into account that a movement of investment funds entails a reimbursement and a subscription. Therefore you will have to pay the subscription or reimbursement fees if this is provided for in the fund brochures.

      • What are the different types of investment fund?

        • Fixed Income Funds: they invest in assets of fixed-income (obligations and bonds, letters, promissory notes...).
        • Equity Funds: the majority of theritage of these funds is invested in stock. Sub-categories are established according to the market in which investment is made and the business sectors.
        • Mixed Funds: they invest both in fixed-interest financial securities and in income values variable. The larger the percentage of variable income, the greater expected return and risk.
        • Guaranteed Funds: funds that guarantee the invested principal more a return, fixed or variable, to a future certain date.
        • Funds of Funds: they invest more than the 50 % of its heritage in other investment funds.
        • Global Funds: funds that they do not fit in none of previous categories, for not having the obligation of setting the percentage to be invested in assets of fixed-income and/or variable or its assets' credit rating.
      • Statement of position:

        This is a part of the public documentation which informs the unit holder of movements due to subscriptions or reimbursements in the fund.

      • Euribor:

        (Euro Interbank Offered Rate). Interest rate of reference for the Euro area.

      • FIAMM:

        FIAMM (Money Market Investment Fund) A type of fund that, by law, must make its investments in fixed-yield securities of short-term maturity (up to 18 months) and high liquidity.