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Santander Prestiż Global Responsible Investment, 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).

Rate of returnUnit value
Sub-fund nameUnit value 23.09.2021Unit value 23.09.2022Value change
Santander Prestiż Global Responsible Investment
Unit value 23.09.2021
1 108,96 PLN
Unit value 23.09.2022
932,07 PLN
Value change
-15,95%
1 108,96 PLN932,07 PLN-15,95%
23.09.2022
Current value23.09.2022932,07PLN
Previous value 22.09.2022940,62 PLN
1M-8,81%
3M-1,84%
6M-14,81%
12M-15,95%
36M-11,97%
60M-10,68%
YTD-21,38%

Profit and risk rates

Potential return
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The sub-fund is dedicated to investors who expect high returns and plan long-term investments (minimum 5 years).
Risk level
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Very high risk - mainly related to fluctuations in the prices of shares of global companies selected using the ESG approach, i.e. responsible investing. A full description of the sub-fund’s risks can be found in the prospectus and, in abbreviated form, in the KIID.

On January 4, 2021 we changed the name of Santander Prestiż Global Responsible Investment sub-fund (from the previous one: Santander Prestiż European Dividend) and its investment policy. Therefore, the results of the sub-fund before that date were achieved under conditions no longer applicable.

 

Rates of return in subsequent calendar years (unit A,%)

sub-fund

Due to the fact that on January 4, 2021 sub-fund changed the investment policy, the results of the sub-fund before that date were achieved under conditions no longer applicable. The presented data are historical data and do not guarantee achievement of similar returns in the future. 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 results were accrued in the 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 in the shares of Santander GO Global Equity ESG, 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 in shares of companies from around the world using the ESG approach, i.e. taking into account the impact of environmental, social and governance factors on the future cash flows of companies acquired into the portfolio,

  • the manager intends to maintain constant high exposure to the shares of Santander GO Global Equity ESG 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

In Santander TFI, the investment process relies on the competence of the Investment Committee and of the individual sub-fund managers. The Investment Committee composed of all managers approves financial instruments for inclusion in the sub-fund portfolios and makes strategic decisions regarding portfolios under management. Sub-fund managers decide about target shares of individual instruments in the portfolios.

Allocation of assets

99%Units issued by equity funds
1%Other

Geographic allocation

78%United States
11%Other
7%United Kingdom
4%Germany
23.09.2022
Current value23.09.2022932,07PLN
Previous value 22.09.2022940,62 PLN
1M-8,81%
3M-1,84%
6M-14,81%
12M-15,95%
36M-11,97%
60M-10,68%
YTD-21,38%

Profit and risk rates

Potential return
1234567
The sub-fund is dedicated to investors who expect high returns and plan long-term investments (minimum 5 years).
Risk level
1234567
Very high risk - mainly related to fluctuations in the prices of shares of global companies selected using the ESG approach, i.e. responsible investing. A full description of the sub-fund’s risks can be found in the prospectus and, in abbreviated form, in the KIID.

This document is presented for marketing purposes and does not constitute an agreement or an information document required by law.

It should not be relied upon as the sole basis for making investment decisions.

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 (KIIDs) 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).

The Funds do not guarantee the achievement of a stated investment objective or a specific investment performance and future returns are subject to taxation, which depends on the personal situation of each investor and which may change over time. Before making an investment decision, the participant should consider the fees associated with the sub-fund and take into account the possible taxation of the investment return. The participant must also take into account the possibility of losing at least part of the invested funds.

When investing in mutual funds, the participant purchases the units of those funds and not the underlying assets that the fund itself invests in.

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

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