Fixed income funds

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What is a fixed income fund?

Fixed income funds are securities funds that invest their assets primarily or exclusively in variable or fixed-income securities. The issuers of bonds are either governments, multinational organizations or companies. A distinction is made between bonds from industrialized nations and bonds from emerging markets. Bonds are characterized by the fact that they have a specific maturity and pay a coupon (interest). There are bond funds that distribute their income (distributors) and funds that reinvest their income from the bonds (accumulators).

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ERSTE FIXED INCOME PLUS

To take advantage of investment opportunities, you need flexibility. ERSTE FIXED INCOME PLUS has it. The fund can invest in all types of bonds and money market instruments. The fund invests flexibly in national and international government and corporate bonds, inflation-linked bonds, high-yield bonds, emerging market bonds and mortgage bonds in order to take advantage of opportunities on the global interest and currency markets. If interest rates are expected to rise, the fund's interest rate risk can be reduced to zero. The fund is quoted in Euro, up to 25% of the fund volume can be mixed with unhedged foreign currencies.

Please see the risk notes at the end of this page.

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Disclaimer

This document is an advertisement. All data is sourced from Erste Asset Management GmbH, unless indicated otherwise. Our languages of communication are German and English.

The prospectus for UCITS (including any amendments) is published in Amtsblatt zur Wiener Zeitung in accordance with the provisions of the InvFG 2011 in the currently amended version. Information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG is prepared for the alternative investment funds (AIF) administered by Erste Asset Management GmbH, pursuant to the provisions of the AIFMG in connection with the InvFG 2011.

The fund prospectus, Information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG, and the key investor document/KID can be viewed in their latest versions at the  web site www.erste-am.com within the section mandatory publications  or obtained in their latest versions free of charge from the domicile of the management company and the domicile of the custodian bank. The exact date of the most recent publication of the fund prospectus, the languages in which the key investor document is available, and any additional locations where the documents can be obtained can be viewed on the web site www.erste-am.com. A summary of investor rights is available in German and English on the website www.erste-am.com/investor-rights as well as at the domicile of the management company.

The management company can decide to revoke the arrangements it has made for the distribution of unit certificates abroad, taking into account the regulatory requirements.

This document serves as additional information for our investors and is based on the knowledge of the staff responsible for preparing it at the time of preparation. Our analyses and conclusions are general in nature and do not take into account the individual needs of our investors in terms of earnings, taxation, and risk appetite. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of the future performance of a fund. Please note that investments in securities entail risks in addition to the opportunities presented here. The value of shares and their earnings can rise and fall. Changes in exchange rates can also have a positive or negative effect on the value of an investment. For this reason, you may receive less than your originally invested amount when you redeem your shares. Persons who are interested in purchasing shares in investment funds are advised to read the current fund prospectus(es) and the Information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG, especially the risk notices they contain, before making an investment decision. If the fund currency is a currency other than the investor's home currency, changes in the corresponding exchange rate may have a positive or negative impact on the value of his investment and the amount of the costs incurred in the fund - converted into his home currency.

Please consult the corresponding information in the fund prospectus and the Information for Investors pursuant to § 21 AIFMG for restrictions on the sale of fund shares to American citizens. Misprints and errors excepted.