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ALPHA GREEK BALANCED FUND Common Decision Ministry of National Economy 5716/B/60/13.2.1991 Gov.Gaz. s.n. 121/B/4.3.91
Fund Information Portfolio and Performance 3 month statement
Investment Objective
The Funds objective is to achieve capital appreciation and income in the medium to long-term, through active management of a diversified balanced portfolio. It invests primarily in equities, bonds, deposits and money market instruments in the Greek market.
Target group...
Investors with medium to long-term time horizon, who seek exposure to a flexible and diversified balanced portfolio that invests in the Greek capital markets.

Fund Information
Fund type  Balanced Fund 
Inception date  8.3.1991 
Base currency  Euro 
Benchmark  50% .. .., 50% Bloomberg Greece Sovereign Bond Index (since 01.04.2015) 
Currency risk  MINIMAL 
Fund assets as of 29.09.2017  61,905,880.62 
Net unit price as of 29.09.2017  9,2482 
Bloomberg code   ALPBALI 
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. 210 374 2800 
Custodian  Alpha Bank, 40 Stadiou Str., 102 52 Athens 
Transactions and Commissions
Valuation  Daily 
Price publication  Daily press 
Suggested investment horizon  3 - 5 yrs 
Minimum initial investment  1.500  
Minimum automatic payment plan   50  
Management fee  1,75% 
Subscription fee  1,00% 
Redemption fee  0 - 1 yr  1,00% 
  1 - 2 yrs  0,50% 
  > 2 yrs  0,00% 
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