Do you want to invest responsibly in a fund which invests primarily in loans issued by governments or companies? You can, with the Zwitserleven Obligatiefonds. To limit the risks, high demands are placed on the creditworthiness and the diversification of the portfolio.
What does this fund invest in?
The Fund invests in loans from companies, institutions and governments with an average A- rate assigned by Standard & Poor's, Moody's or Fitch.
The investment objective is to achieve a financial return that is at least equal to the return of the benchmark and pursues long-term sustainability objectives.
How does this fund invest?
The fund invests actively. This means that the fund manager tries to select the best loans in order to achieve the highest possible return.
How responsible are the fund investments?
Zwitserleven and its fund managers have chosen to implement a socially responsible investment policy. We only invest in companies which pass a sustainability test based on so-called environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria.
The data below refers to July, 2021.
- CO₂-uitstoot in tonnen
- Waterverbruik in liters (x1000)
What are the fund costs?
The fund costs are charged monthly and consist of:
- Service fee, which is offset in the investment fund. The expected Total Expense Ratio of the Zwitserleven Obligatiefonds is 0.04% per year.
- Fund costs which are paid in the policy. For the Zwitserleven Exclusief Pensioen, Nu Pensioen and Nu PensioenRekening costs amount to 0.4% per year. Information about the fund costs is included in your pension scheme rules.
- The fund incurs costs for the subscription and withdrawal of investors. This is the case because the fund has to buy or sell investments. These costs are recharged via a positive or negative margin on the price. The spread is 0.10%.
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Zwitserleven Obligatiefonds is a subfund of Zwitserleven Beleggingsfondsen. The manager of Zwitserleven Obligatiefonds is ACTIAM. Zwitserleven, Obligatiefonds and ACTIAM are registered with the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM). For this subfund, a prospectus and Key Investor Information are available on zwitserleven.nl. The information shown on this web page may not be regarded as investment advice.