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Funds invest their capital on the stock markets. Nothing is certain and there are no reliable guarantees. Like shares and bonds, funds are unlimited, i.e. subject to major and minor price fluctuations depending on the investment strategy. However, fund assets are not disclosed in the fund provider’s balance sheet: in the event of insolvency, the fund assets are segregated by law, thus benefiting the investor. Funds are therefore not subject to the issuer risk inherent in other investments (bonds and structured products).

Term-Nr.: 458

German: Konkursschutz (468)

Source: SFO D15 2010 m. e. E., 24.04.2010

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