OPEN-END FUNDS

EQUES Specialized Open-End Investment Fund is an open-end investment fund, which means that it sells and redeems units on each business day at a request of the Participant. EQUES SFIO is an umbrella fund comprising separate sub-funds. Each of the sub-funds pursues a separate investment policy offering a different potential for the unit value growth and the level of risk. We present a list of sub-funds below.

Polish equities Sub-Fund. The Sub-Fund may invest up to 100% of the assets value in equities, however their share in the fund's portfolio should not be less than 70% of the assets value. In order to reduce the volatility the fund may invest up to 30% of the assets value in bonds and money market instruments. The Sub-Fund invests at least 66% of funds in equities of Polish companies and with regard to the remaining part it may seek investment opportunities in foreign markets.

Variable allocation Sub-Fund. Depending on the assessment of the market situation by the managers the Sub-Fund changes the structure of its assets. The Sub-Fund may invest from 0 to 100% of the assets value in equities and remaining assets are invested in bonds and money market instruments in order to limit fluctuations in the investment value. The Sub-Fund invests at least 66% of funds in equities, bonds and money market instruments of domestic issuers and with regard to the remaining part it may seek investment opportunities in foreign markets.

Bond Sub-Fund. The Sub-Fund invests up to 100% in bonds and other debt instruments with a maturity of more than 1 year, save that the Sub-Fund may temporarily invest up to 50% in short-term bonds and money market instruments. The Sub-Fund invests at least 66% of funds in securities of Polish issuers and with regard to the remaining part it may seek investment opportunities in foreign markets. The Sub-Fund may invest up to 100% of the assets value in corporate bonds.

Liquidity Sub-Fund The Sub-Fund invests up to 100% of funds in short-term debt securities and money market instruments. The Sub-Fund invests at least 66% of funds in securities of Polish issuers and with regard to the remaining part it may seek investment opportunities by investing in short-term debt instruments in foreign markets.


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