The Amundi Funds II - Global Multi-Asset Target Income (GMATI) Fund (the „Fund”) combines the stability of bonds, the potential return on equities, the opportunities of the commodities market and other instruments by aiming at quarterly payments.1
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The purchase of the Fund’s investment fund notes carries several risks and the overwhelming majority of these can be derived from the fact that the value of the assets in the Fund’s portfolio fluctuates. The actual income of the Fund can exceed or be lower than the announced target income; even the target income cannot secure or guarantee the actual future annual income, or the total return may be lower than that of equity investment funds, and the fluctuation of its exchange rates may exceed that of bond investment funds.
For detailed information on potential risks see the Fund’s approved, official and currently valid Management Policy and Key Investor Information Documents (KIID). Before making your investment decision, please study all the potential risks of the Fund in these documents.
The distributor of the Fund’s investment fund notes is UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt. (Activity Licence No.: I-1523/2003.), a member of the Budapest Stock Exchange. The Amundi Funds II – Global Multi-Asset Target Income (“GMATI Fund”) is a sub-fund of Amundi Funds II (“Fund”), and is part of the ”Fonds Commun de Placement”, which has several separate sub-funds, and has been created pursuant to the laws and regulations of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The Fund Manager is Pioneer Asset Management S.A (registered office: 8-10 rue Jean Monnet, L-2180 Luxembourg). This Fund and its fund management company were granted authorisation in Luxembourg and are governed by the regulations of the Commission de Surveillance de Secteur Financier (CSSF). Pursuant to Act CXX of 2001 on the capital market, Act XVI of 2014 on collective investment trusts and their managers and the amendment of certain acts on financing as well as Act CXXXVIII of 2007 on investment firms and commodity dealers and on the regulations governing their activities, this information constitutes advertising. This commercial communication does not provide comprehensive information on the Fund and the conditions of the distribution; it does not qualify as a proposal or investment offer.
Before making your investment decision, please consider the subject, risk and fees of the investment, along with any losses that may be derived from the investments. To this end, please study carefully the Fund’s valid, official Prospectus and Key Investor Information Document (KIID), as well as the currently effective List of Conditions and Business Policy of UniCredit Bank Hungary Zrt. in terms of the conditions for the distribution of investment fund notes and the subscription and redemption fees, which are accessible at the marketing places and on the website of the distributor (www.unicreditbank.hu). The Prospectus, the KIID and the monthly reports are available in the Hungarian language, while the reports are published in English.
Please note that the return on your investment and the original value of the investment will fluctuate, as a result of which the investment fund notes held by investors may be worth more or less than the amount paid when they were purchased. Past performance of the Fund is not a guarantee of future performance or returns. There is no capital or yield guarantee or promised capital or yield protection with regard to the GMATI Fund.
1In March 2016, HUF, USD and EUR series of the Amundi Funds II – Global Multi-Asset Target Income Fund were introduced in Hungary that perform payments quarterly.
2When calculating the savings, the Bank considers the sight balance of accounts held at UniCredit Bank, the balance of term deposits – for FX deposits, the HUF balance calculated at the MNB FX mid-market rate valid on the given day – and the current market value of the available aggregate closing portfolio of securities accounts held at UniCredit Bank.
The fulfilment of segment criteria is reviewed, during which the bank checks the actual fulfilment of the conditions by the clients. If, during the annual review, the savings portfolio calculated as described above does not reach HUF 5 million, the client with a Premium Banking customer status will be served as a Retail client from the following year and the bank’s List of Conditions for Retail Clients shall be applicable to him/her. The change in the client’s status is not retrospective; the investment and loan product conditions of the contracts already concluded remain unchanged until the expiry of the contracts, the account conditions will change with the fulfilment of the information provision obligation under Act CCXXXVII of 2013 on credit institutions and financial enterprises and Act LXXXV of 2009 on the provision of payment services; the client cannot use the Premium Banking conditions after the change of status.