The 3.8% EURO STOXX 50®/S&P 500® Bonus&Safety certificate is suitable for investors who expect the economy to perform stably in the forthcoming five years and who deem price slumps on the stock markets of the Eurozone and the US of 55% or more particularly unlikely to occur. The certificate is an investment product without capital protection, which provides attractive annual fixed interest rates and a term of five years.
The interest rate of 3.8% annually is paid out five times, irrespective of the performance of the underlying indices. At the issue date the risk buffer (= distance to the barrier) amounts to 55%.
The certificate is redeemed at 100% of the nominal value at the maturity date (December 2021), provided that the index prices of the EURO STOXX 50® AND the S&P500® always quote above 45% of the starting value (=closing price of the respective index at the initial valuation date) during the observation period. In case the barrier of the certificate is violated by at least one of the underlying indices, redemption at the maturity date is effected according to the underlying which performs worst of. Even if the barrier is touched or undercut investors do not participate in price gains above the starting value.
- ISIN: AT0000A1PN18
- Initial valuation date: Dec 22, 2016
- Term: 5 years (maturity date: Dec 23, 2021)
- Public offer in: Austria, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia
- Listing: Vienna, Frankfurt, Stuttgart
For any additional information you may require do not hesitate to contact us on +43 1 515 20-484.
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This product, the risks and terms and conditions associated with it, are subject to and governed by the Prospectus (including all supplements and amendments thereto) approved by the Austrian Financial Market Authority, which has been deposited at Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG and is published on www.rcb.at/SecuritiesProspectus.
Additionally, Raiffeisen Centrobank AG is subject to supervision by the European Central Bank (ECB), which ECB undertakes within the Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM), which consists of the ECB on national responsible authorities (Council Regulation (EU) No 1024/2013).