The 5% European Industries Bonus connects three fixed interest payments of 5% with a partial safety mechanism for the invested capital. The interest amount is paid out annually, regardless of the performance of the three underlying indices.
Three European indices serve as underlying for the Bonus Certificate:
- The EURO STOXX® Banks index comprises 27 leading financial institutions from 9 eurozone countries and constitutes a benchmark for the European banking industry.
- The STOXX® Europe 600 Basic Resources index shows the performance of 22 European companies focusing on extraction and processing of basic resources (raw materials, mining etc.).
- The STOXX® Europe 600 Health Care index comprises leading healthcare technology and pharmaceutical companies. All 52 index members are headquartered in Europe.
The certificate is redeemed at 100% of the nominal value at the maturity date (August 2021), provided that the price of each of the three underlying indices always quotes above the respective barrier of 50% of the starting valueduring the observation period (continuous observation).
In case the barrier of 50% of the respective starting value was touched or undercut by ONE or MULTIPLE underlying indices payout at the maturity date is effected according to the worst performing index (percentage performance from the starting value to the closing price at the final valuation date) - “worst of“.
Further information as well as the Key Information Document please find on the Product Page.
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The Structured Products Team of Raiffeisen Centrobank
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