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Greed and fear in investing
Greed and fear are base instincts driving investment behaviour but they are greatly detrimental to your financial interests. It is not easy to remain calm in highly volatile markets. But if you do not let emotions affect your investment behaviour then you may be in a much stronger position to meet your financial goals.
As part of our ongoing efforts to align our product offering with our clients’ needs and interests, we are making some changes to the Ancoria Cash Pension Fund (“Fund”).
Change in the Fund’s investment strategy
The investment objective of the Fund remains to achieve a return in line with EUR money market rates and to provide a high level of capital protection. However, the investment strategy of the Fund is changing to provide greater flexibility in the implementation of the Fund’s objective. The new investment strategy will entail a greater allocation to money market instruments, instead of bank deposits, thus enhancing the degree of diversification that the Fund offers to its unit holders.
This change in strategy is not expected to alter the main characteristics of the Fund, including its risk and return profile.
Reduction in the Fund’s annual management fee
The change in the Fund’s investment strategy allows us to reduce the Fund’s annual management fee from 0.5% to 0.4%.
The changes will become effective on May 5, 2022 and you do not need to take any action. If you have any questions or need further clarifications, please contact Customer Service at +357 22 551 300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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