The most important financial terms - with simple and concise explanations.
An investment fund is a special asset consisting of securities (e.g. shares or bonds) that are managed by an investment company for the investors. The money is invested in one or more asset classes. Since these are special assets, the fund assets are protected in the event that the investment company goes bankrupt. In such a scenario, the assets would be returned to the investors.
There are risks associated with investing. The value of your investment may fall or rise. Losses of the capital invested may occur. Past performance, simulations or forecasts are not a reliable indicator of future performance. Please refer to our risk information.
For new clients: 4% p.a. interest (Baader Bank) on up to €1 million for 4 months. Thereafter 2.6% p.a. variable interest on up to €100,000. Interest only with PRIME+. Learn more.