Varchev High Yield Fund
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Yield from 01.01.2020
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Varchev High Yield Fund
Emission value 72.5856
Standart deviation 7.45
Net Asset value 736298.4
Net value per unit 72.3685
Historical performance of "Varchev High Yield Fund" for the last 5 years
How do we manage your money?
Varchev High Yield Fund forsees the realisation of high yield mainly from profits implemented from active trading with stocks, Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF), futures, dividends, bonds and others, while adhering to strict rules regarding risk management and risk/return ratio from moderate to high risk.
The raised funds in Varchev High Yield Fund, are invested in liquid international companies, leaders in their sectors and less in Bulgarian companies, in compliance with the rules in trading and risk management.
Varchev High Yield Fund invests mainly in stocks traded on Xetra, Frankfurt Exchange Market, New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, Paris Stock Exchange and BSE Sofia. The Mutual Fund has as a main priority the increase of the value of the investments made by the Fund share holders, by means of realizing a maximum income through a moderate-to-high risk.
Asset allocation for High Yield Fund of Varchev Finance by sectors, currencies and markets by 31.01.2020
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Bank account for purchasing shares:
Unicredit Bulbank: IBAN: BG86UNCR96601044218100
According to the Mutual Fund Regulations, its assets will be invested in the following groups of securities, given the following maximum percentages: The stated asset allocation is at maximum levels by the types that the Fund may purchase. Asset management is dynamic and the value of the shares or the ETF in the portfolio is far below the mentioned:
Stocks of foreign companies (traded on regulated market)-up to 80% of the Fund's assets;
Sahres of investment companies or other Contractual Funds, including ETF is up to 30% of the Fund's assets;
Treasury bonds, issued or guaranteed by the Bulgarian State or Bulgarian National Bank of other countries, central banks or international organizations and bank deposits under the law - up to 50% of the Fund's assets;
Mortgage bonds and other debt treasury bonds issued by Bulgarian banks as well as qualified debt treasury bonds issued by foreign banks - up to 50% of the Fund's assets;
Corporate bonds of Bulgarian issuers, outside the treasury bonds under point 4, admitted for trading on a regulated market according to the requirements of the law - up to 50% of the Fund's assets;
Stocks of Bulgarian companies (traded on regulated market) - up to 90% of the Fund's assets;
Bank deposits - up to 50% of the Fund's assets;
Other eligable by the law treasury bonds and financial instruments - up to 30% of the Fund's assets.
Investments in contractual funds are not guaranteed by the State Guarantee Fund or other type of guarantee. Profitability achieved in prior periods is not a guarantee of future results, the value of shares may decrease and investors may not recover fully the invested funds.
Varchev Finance Ltd is registered in the FCA (FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY) with a passport in the United Kingdom: FCA, United Kingdom - registration number: 494 045, which allows provision of financial services in the United Kingdom.
Varchev Finance Ltd strictly comply with the statutes of the European directive MiFID (Markets in Financial Instruments). targeting increased efficiency, transparency and uniformity of financial instruments.
Varchev Finance Ltd is authorized and regulated by the Financial Supervision Commission - Sofia, Bulgaria: License number RG-03-02-05 / 15.03.2006
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