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Brokerage Services - Funds

 

Millennium DM S.A. distributes, through its Customer Service Points across Poland, the participation units of investment funds managed by

Millennium Investment Fund Company.

Detailed information on all Millennium Funds, description of risks that are involved in participation, are contained in Funds Prospectuses respectively, available on Millennium Investment Fund Company
Ul. Stanisława Żaryna 2a, 02-593 Warszawa
tel.: (+48 22) 337 58 83


Valuation (available 24h) (+48 22) 337 58 83


Open Investment Fund

  • Dynamic Subfund
    The objective of the Subfund is to increase the value of its assets as a result of growth in deposit values. The Subfund may invest mainly in equities of small and medium-sized companies, which constitute from 60% to 100% of its portfolio. The Subfund focuses on identifying companies that are currently undervalued. Key factors that drive investments’ selection are expectations regarding company and industry perspectives based on analytical indicators. Remaining assets of the Subfund are invested mainly in debt securities and money market instruments. The Subfund may use derivatives to hedge investment risk and provide enhanced quality of portfolio management.
     
  • Equity Subfund
    The objective of the Subfund is to increase the value of its assets as a result of growth in deposit values. The Subfund may invest up to 100% of its portfolio in equity, but the share of stock in the Subfund’s portfolio cannot be lower than 65%.
    The Subfund invests remaining assets in other financial instruments, particularly in debt securities issued by the Polish State Treasury and other issuers of high credit rating
     
  • Balanced Subfund
    The objective of the Subfund is to increase the value of the Subfund’s assets as a result of growth in deposit values. The Subfund may invest up to 70% of its portfolio in equity but no less than 30%. Other assets are invested in financial instruments other than shares, particularly in debt securities issued by the Polish State Treasury and other issuers of high credit rating. The Subfund is exposed to moderate investment risk, limited by a considerable share of safe debt securities, which stabilize the income.
     
  • Stable Growth Subfund
    The objective of the Subfund is to increase the value of the Subfund’s Assets as a result of growth in deposit values in the long term. The Subfund invests its assets in debt securities issued by the Polish State Treasury and other issuers of the highest credit rating (at least 55% of assets) and in equities of companies with a good financial standing (from 10% to 40%). The Subfund is exposed to a moderate investment risk, limited by a considerable share of safe debt securities, which stabilize its income.
     
  • Deposit Subfund
    The objective of the Subfund is to achieve net revenues from deposits. The Subfund invests its assets mainly in financial instruments of the money market with maturity no longer than one year or whose interest period is no longer than one year, issued mainly by Polish the State Treasury or other entities with high credit rating. Such deposits constitute not less than 70% of the Subfund’s assets.
     

Specialized Open Investment Fund

  • Corporate Bond Subfund (Subfund caused by the change in the strategy of the European Bonds Plus Subfund)
    The Subfund primarily invests in corporate bonds. The objective is to beat money market funds, taking exposure mainly to credit risk and less to interest rate risk. Purchased corporate bonds will be denominated in both the PLN and EUR, both Polish and foreign companies. FX position will hedged. Hedging of foreign currency exposure will allow to boost portfolio’s profitability by using interest rate disparity (EUR and USD vs PLN).
     
  • EuropAbsolute Return Subfund (Subfund caused by the change in the strategy of the European Equity Subfund)
    The Subfund seeks to achieve a positive average annual returns over the long-term investment horizon, regardless of the situation on financial markets. Due to flexible investment policy, fund returns should not be highly correlated with changes in stock exchange indices. As part of the strategy the Fund invests in multiple asset classes in equity, debt, currency and money markets, also using derivative instruments (options, futures, swaps, forwards). The Fund may invest in foreign markets as well.
     
  • BRIC Subfund
    Up to 100% of the BRIC Subfund's assets are invested in the participation titles of foreign funds but the share of these funds will not be lower than 70%. The Subfund's assets are invested mainly in participation titles of foreign funds, whose investment policy assumes investing assets mainly in equities of companies whose seat or main operations are in developing countries, e.g. in Brazil, Russia, India, China. The Subfund's remaining assets may be invested in deposits with domestic and foreign banks.
     
  • American Bonds Plus Subfund
    Up to 100% of the American Bonds Plus Subfund's assets are invested in participation titles of foreign funds, however the share of these funds cannot be lower than 70%. The Subfund's remaining assets may be invested in deposits with domestic and foreign banks. The maximum share of funds investing in debt securities is 100%, while the maximum share of funds investing mainly in equities is 30% in
     
  • American Equity Subfund
    100% of the American Equity Subfund's assets are invested in the participation titles of foreign funds but the share of these funds cannot be lower than 70%. The Subfund's remaining assets may be invested in deposits with domestic and foreign banks. The maximum share of funds investing mainly in debt securities is 60%, while the share of funds investing mainly in equities is from 40 to 90%.

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