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Rate of returnUnit value
Sub-fund nameUnit value 03.02.2022Unit value 03.02.2023Value change
Santander Prestiż European Equity
Unit value 03.02.2022
1 473,15 PLN
Unit value 03.02.2023
1 468,74 PLN
Value change
-0,30%
1 473,15 PLN1 468,74 PLN-0,30%
03.02.2023
Current value03.02.20231 468,74PLN
Previous value 02.02.20231 447,74 PLN
1M+7,16%
3M+12,50%
6M+12,17%
12M-0,30%
36M+12,64%
60M+14,20%
YTD+7,55%

Risk indicator

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The risk indicator is an indication of the risk level of this product compared to other products. Takes values from 1 to 7. The higher the value of the indicator, the higher is the risk of the product, i.e. the greater the probability of a loss of the invested funds.

This chart shows the sub-fund’s performance as the percentage loss or gain per year over the last 6 years. (unit B,%)

sub-fund

Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Markets could develop very differently in the future. It can help you to assess how the sub-fund has been managed in the past.

Performance is shown net of all fees charged on the sub-fund's assets including management fee and performance fee. The performance figures are not adjusted for the potential tax imposed on the Investor and the charges payable upon the sale or repurchase of participation units. The sub-fund was established in 2016. The results were accrued in Polish currency.

Sub-fund overview

Sub-fund launch19.02.2016
Benchmarkn/a
Recommended investment horizonmin. 5 years
Subfund categoryEquity
Managing companySantander TFI S.A.
Minimum initial investment100,00 PLN
Minimum subsequent investment100,00 PLN

Summary of the investment policy

  • the sub-fund invests up to 100% of the assets value in the shares of Santander AM Euro Equity sub-fund, a compartment of the Santander SICAV, an open-end investment fund with variable capital domiciled in Luxembourg which takes into account ESG criteria in the investment process and meets the conditions of Article 8 of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2019 on sustainability-related disclosures in the financial services sector. The master fund invests the majority of its assets in equity shares issued by companies from the eurozone countries,

  • the manager intends to maintain constant high exposure to the shares of Santander AM Euro Equity sub-fund, in the range of 80% to 100% of assets,

  • the sub-fund as a rule hedges FX.

Sub-fund manager

Jacek Grel, CFA

Jacek Grel, CFA

Graduate of the University of Economics in Opole, Department of Management and Business Organisations; Holder of a degree in Macroeconomics at the Central European University and of the prestigious Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

Overview of the investment process

At Santander TFI, the investment process relies on the competences of the Investment Committee as well as the individual sub-fund managers. The Investment Committee, which includes all managers, makes decisions on, among other things, hedging currency positions and the use of other derivatives. It can also make decisions on strategic and geographic allocation. Sub-fund managers, on the other hand, make individual investment decisions regarding the target holdings of individual financial instruments in the portfolio.

Allocation of assets

95%Units issued by equity funds
4%Bonds issued and guaranteed by the government
1%Cash and deposits

Geographic allocation

39%France
19%Germany
18%Other
10%Netherlands
9%Spain
5%United States
03.02.2023
Current value03.02.20231 468,74PLN
Previous value 02.02.20231 447,74 PLN
1M+7,16%
3M+12,50%
6M+12,17%
12M-0,30%
36M+12,64%
60M+14,20%
YTD+7,55%

Risk indicator

1234567
The risk indicator is an indication of the risk level of this product compared to other products. Takes values from 1 to 7. The higher the value of the indicator, the higher is the risk of the product, i.e. the greater the probability of a loss of the invested funds.

Sustainability-related disclosures

Santander Prestiż European Equity, whose master sub-fund Santander GO Global Equity ESG includes ESG criteria in the investment process, meets the conditions of Article 8 of the Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 of the European Parliament and of the Council of November 27, 2019, Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR Regulation) as well as considers principal adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors within the meaning of this regulation.

Detailed disclosures required by the regulatory technical standards (RTS) to the SFDR Regulation are available in the document ‘Sustainability-related disclosures’:

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The rewards of investing in shares are also accompanied by risks. A description of the risk factors, financial data and information about fees and charges can be found in the prospectuses, key information documents (KIDs) and schedules of fees and charges available in Polish at Santander.pl/TFI/documents and at Santander fund distributors. For a summary of investors' rights, see the prospectus (Chapter III, sec. 4).

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The sub-fund’s net asset value is exposed to considerable volatility due to the composition of the investment portfolio.

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