ALPHA MONEY MARKET STANDARD VARIABLE NAV FUND Classic

ISIN
GRF000200003
Currency
Euro

Fund Facts

NAV (20.06.2024)
€14.3209
Total assets (20.06.2024)
€37,203,460.31
YTD return
1.24%
Inception date
01.04.1991

Risk Profile

Lower risk
Higher risk
Lower expected return
Higher expected return

Return

What it invests in

Portfolio mix

The Alpha Money Market Standard Variable NAV Classic fund mainly invests in money market instruments, deposits with credit institutions and short-term bonds in the domestic market. It only has exposure in euro.

Investment objective

Achieving returns equivalent to money market interest rates, focusing on preserving capital, low portfolio volatility and high liquidity.
 

Who it is intended for

To investors:

  • With an investment horizon of 1 year.
  • With an ultra-conservative investment profile.
  • Who seek returns equivalent to the money market.
     

How to invest

Purchasing shares

To invest in the Alpha Money Market Standard Variable Nav Fund Classic, visit the Alpha Bank branch of your choice.

Find out how in our Investor guide.

Redeeming shares

You may redeem your shares on any business day. Τhe funds will be accessible in your account 1 business day following the transaction.

Find out about the entry and redemption fees (only available in Greek)

Get daily updates on the share NAV through the Daily price bulletin.

Monitoring your investment

Monitor the performance of the funds you have invested in:

  • Daily, using myAlpha Web. Just ensure you've added your investments to your Products.
  • Monthly, you'll receive a comprehensive email containing all your investment details. When setting up your trading account, you can easily opt for online updates or request to modify your settings later.

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