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ALPHA BANCASSURANCE EE100 STRUCTURED FUND HCMC Rule 1/817/27.3.2008
Fund Information Portfolio and Performance 3 month statement
Investment Objective
Alpha Bacassurance EE100 Foreign Bonds Fund is a UCITS III compliant open-end fund registered in Greece. The Fund's objective is long term capital appreciation. Its main investment goal is to yield the return of the Eurostoxx50 index for the ten year period starting at 24/4/08 and ending at 23/4/18, capped at 100%. Moreover it aims at capital preservation at the end of this period.
Target group...
The fund is suitable for the long term investor who seeks exposure in the european equity market combined with capital protection at the end of the specified ten year period.

Fund Information
Fund type  Foreign Bond Fund 
Inception date  31.03.2008 
Base currency  Euro 
Currency risk  MINIMAL 
Fund assets as of 30.03.2018  20,469,660.23 
Net unit price as of 30.03.2018  10.6501 
Bloomberg code   ABEEFBF 
Web site address  www.alphamutual.gr 
Management company  ALPHA ASSET MANAGEMENT A.E.D.A.K. 
  General Commercial Registry:920101000 
  25-29 Karneadou Str, 106 75 Athens, Tel. 210 326 2948 
Custodian  Alpha Bank, 40 Stadiou Str., 102 52 Athens 
Transactions and Commissions
Valuation  Daily 
Price publication  Site 
Suggested investment horizon  10 yrs 
Minimum initial investment  1.500 € 
Minimum automatic payment plan  
Management fee   1,00% 
Subscription fee   3,00% 
Redemption fee    0,50% 
     
     
Redemption settlement  In 3working days 
Distribution network:  Branches of 
Alpha Bank, Alpha Private Bank, AXA Insurance 

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UCITS DO NOT HAVE A GUARANTEED RETURN AND PREVIOUS PERFORMANCE DOES NOT GUARANTEE FUTURE RETURNS.
WHERE THERE ARE DISCREPANCIES BETWEEN THE GREEK AND ENGLISH TEXT THE GREEK TEXT SHALL TAKE PRECEDENCE