The USD 0.6% Europe Winner Guarantee Certificate is based on the EURO STOXX 50® index, a leading European benchmark index. The certificate addresses security-oriented investors who want to participate in a diversified European index and who wish their investment to be 100% capital protected at the end of the term.
During the term:
At the interest rate payout dates the interest payment of 0.6% is effected regardless of the index performance (equals USD 6 per USD 1,000 nominal value).
At the end of the term:
At the initial valuation date the starting value of the EURO STOXX 50® index (closing price on Mar 12, 2018) and the cap (150% of the starting value) are determined. At the end of term the performance of the index is calculated and one of the following scenarios will occur:
- SCENARIO 1 – positive index Performance
… and BELOW the cap of 150%
1:1 participation in the index performance
e.g.: index +30% → redemption: USD 1,300
… but ABOVE the cap of 150%
Redemption at the maximum amount
e.g.: index +60% → redemption: USD 1,500
- SCENARIO 2 – negative index Performance
… and thus BELOW 100 % of the starting value
100% capital protection applies at the end of the term
e.g.: index -40% → redemption: USD 1,000
- ISIN: AT0000A1ZTR9
- Initial valuation date: Mar 12, 2018
- Term: 5 years (maturity date: Mar 13, 2023)
- Listing: Frankfurt
For any additional information you may require do not hesitate to contact us on +43151520484.
The Structured Products Team of Raiffeisen Centrobank
The product described herein is subject to and governed by the Base Prospectus (including all supplements and amendments thereto) approved by the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA). The Base Prospectus has been deposited at the Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG, published at www.rcb.at/en/securitiesprospectus and contains the risks and terms and conditions of the product.
Additional information may also be obtained from the key information document of the product published at www.rcb.at. Raiffeisen Centrobank AG is subject to supervision by the FMA and the Austrian National Bank as well as the European Central Bank within the Single Supervisory Mechanism (Council Regulation (EU) No 1024/2013).