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Are you familiar with Sustainable Investment Funds?

An attractive investment alternative that also cares for the planet.

 

What are sustainable investment funds?

“Green” or sustainable investment follows environmental, social and good governance criteria. It is also known by its initials, ESG (Environmental, Social and Good Governance).

In addition to being socially and environmentally responsible, this type of investment is intended to be more stable and efficient in the medium and long term. By investing in quality companies, these funds help to sustain returns and even reduce volatility.

 

Why invest in sustainable investment funds?

The decisions we make when it comes to investing also have an impact on the world, and funds that follow environmental, social and good governance criteria enable you to contribute to our planet’s well-being by investing in a cost-effective and sustainable way.

In a nutshell, investing in sustainable funds is a high-quality investment. More and more studies and historical data show that these investments are performing well and yield equal or even greater returns than traditional funds.

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You can also find them by searching for the key term “ESG” in our Fund Finder tool.

If you are interested in funds that invest in companies in a certain industry, such as Gold and Precious Metals, Healthcare or Technology, check out the thematic investment funds we have available at Openbank. (link to the thematic funds page).

 

1Corporate Sustainability: First Evidence on Materiality, Universidad de Harvard

Other thematic funds you might be interested in
Inflation-linked bond funds

These are funds that invest in inflation-linked bonds, which as their name indicates, are funds that offer varied returns in line with changes in consumer prices. For example, if one-year inflation is positive, the coupon value will be higher; and if one-year inflation is negative, the coupon value may be lower. These funds are suitable for protecting investors against uncertainty.

See the inflation-linked bond funds available at Openbank.

You can find them using our Fund Finder tool, by entering “INFLATION”.

Funds that invest in China

These funds invest in Chinese companies, which can span a range of many different types, such as consumer or luxury goods companies. China has become the leader in its region and is now ranked the second largest global economy. It is also the world’s most populous country with a large workforce, in turn offering attractive conditions for investments.

China is without a doubt an interesting market to explore. It is one of the world’s largest markets and offers an economy that is fundamentally oriented towards services and consumption. Discover its potential.

See the funds that invest in China available at Openbank.

You can find them using out Fund Finder tool by entering “CHINA”.

Consumer sector funds

Funds that invest primarily in companies that manufacture or distribute consumer goods and services. With the crisis caused by COVID-19, we’ve seen the importance that a sector as basic as the consumer sector has in our lives. It’s important to draw a line between the Consumer Cyclical Sector (such as tourism, the consumption of luxury goods, etc.) and the Consumer Non-Cyclical Sector (basic and domestic consumption), which has performed significantly better on the back of the current situation.

See the consumer sector funds available at Openbank.

You can find them using our Fund Finder tool by entering “CONSUMER”.

Alternative energy funds

These are funds that invest primarily in companies related to solar, hydroelectric, wind and nuclear energy. These funds invest in companies around the world that use, or benefit from, the global transition to production and energy consumption that generates fewer CO2 emissions.

See the alternative energy funds available at Openbank.

You can also find them using our Fund Finder tool by entering “ENERGY”.

Infrastructure funds

These are investment funds that invest in companies around the world working in energy sectors or industries (transmission, distribution and generation of gas and electricity), engineering, construction, transportation (road, airports, ports and rail), water (irrigation, drinking water and wastewater treatment), communications (radio, television and mobile antennas, satellites, fibre and copper cables), real estate development and utilities.

See the infrastructure funds available at Openbank.

You can also find them using our Fund Finder tool by entering “INFRASTRUCTURE”.

Inflation-linked bond funds

These are funds that invest in inflation-linked bonds, which as their name indicates, are funds that offer varied returns in line with changes in consumer prices. For example, if one-year inflation is positive, the coupon value will be higher; and if one-year inflation is negative, the coupon value may be lower. These funds are suitable for protecting investors against uncertainty.

See the inflation-linked bond funds available at Openbank.

You can find them using our Fund Finder tool, by entering “INFLATION”.

Funds that invest in China

These funds invest in Chinese companies, which can span a range of many different types, such as consumer or luxury goods companies. China has become the leader in its region and is now ranked the second largest global economy. It is also the world’s most populous country with a large workforce, in turn offering attractive conditions for investments.

China is without a doubt an interesting market to explore. It is one of the world’s largest markets and offers an economy that is fundamentally oriented towards services and consumption. Discover its potential.

See the funds that invest in China available at Openbank.

You can find them using out Fund Finder tool by entering “CHINA”.

Consumer sector funds

Funds that invest primarily in companies that manufacture or distribute consumer goods and services. With the crisis caused by COVID-19, we’ve seen the importance that a sector as basic as the consumer sector has in our lives. It’s important to draw a line between the Consumer Cyclical Sector (such as tourism, the consumption of luxury goods, etc.) and the Consumer Non-Cyclical Sector (basic and domestic consumption), which has performed significantly better on the back of the current situation.

See the consumer sector funds available at Openbank.

You can find them using our Fund Finder tool by entering “CONSUMER”.

Alternative energy funds

These are funds that invest primarily in companies related to solar, hydroelectric, wind and nuclear energy. These funds invest in companies around the world that use, or benefit from, the global transition to production and energy consumption that generates fewer CO2 emissions.

See the alternative energy funds available at Openbank.

You can also find them using our Fund Finder tool by entering “ENERGY”.

Infrastructure funds

These are investment funds that invest in companies around the world working in energy sectors or industries (transmission, distribution and generation of gas and electricity), engineering, construction, transportation (road, airports, ports and rail), water (irrigation, drinking water and wastewater treatment), communications (radio, television and mobile antennas, satellites, fibre and copper cables), real estate development and utilities.

See the infrastructure funds available at Openbank.

You can also find them using our Fund Finder tool by entering “INFRASTRUCTURE”.

Remember that at Openbank you have more than 2,000 funds to invest in from €1 with no transfer, subscription, redemption or custodian fees.

Any investment involves risks, including a lack of return and/or a loss of invested principle. The value of the investment is subject to market fluctuations and past performance is no guarantee of future results.

The level of risk and information regarding each of the Investment Funds marketed by Open Bank, S.A. is detailed in the Prospectus or Key Investor Information Document for each of the Investment Funds, available at https://www.openbank.es/en  and www.cnmv.es.

Are you an Openbank customer and want to transfer your investment funds?

Please get in touch with our investment specialists on (+34) 91 177 33 16 - they will handle the transfer and we won’t charge you anything. Remember that you will need your signature key (8 digits) to issue an order for the transfer. We also recommend having the following to hand:

  • ISIN of the fund you want to transfer and your Common Account Number in that fund. If the source fund is international, please let us know which bank or branch it is in so that we can identify the fund distributor.
  • ISIN of the target fund.

Indicate whether you would like to apply for a partial or total transfer (by amount or units). Don’t forget that in order to process your transfer application, the holders of the source and target funds must match. This operation carries no fiscal operations and you must maintain the seniority of the transferred shares.

As soon as your funds are available in Openbank, you can carry out the following and at no charge whatsoever: purchase new funds, make additional subscriptions, transfers between funds in Openbank and redemptions.

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