The Europe Dividend Stocks Winner II 90 % Guarantee Certificate is based on the EURO STOXX® Select Dividend 30, an index comprising 30 strong dividend yielding stocks of all major industry sectors in the eurozone. The certificate addresses security-oriented investors who want to have the opportunity to generate an attractive yield in addition to a capital protection of 90%.
At the initial valuation date the starting value of the EURO STOXX® Select Dividend 30 index (closing price on June 20, 2017) and the cap (150% of the starting value) are determined. At the end of term the performance of the index is determined and one of the following scenarios will occur:
- SCENARIO 1 – positive index performance
a) … and BELOW the cap of 150%
§ 1:1 participation in the index performance, e.g.: index +40% → redemption: EUR 1,400
b) … but ABOVE the cap of 150%
§ Redemption at the maximum amount, e.g.: index +60% → redemption: EUR 1,500
- SCENARIO 2 – negative index performance
b) … but ABOVE 90 % of the starting value
§ Redemption at the maximum amount, e.g.: index -5% → redemption: EUR 950
a) … and BELOW 90 % of the starting value
§ 100% participation in the index performance, e.g.: index -40% → redemption: EUR 900
- ISIN: AT0000A1W426
- Initial valuation date: Jun 20, 2017
- Term: 5 years (maturity date: Jun 21, 2022)
- Public offer in: Austria, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Slovenia, Croatia
- Listing: Vienna, Frankfurt, Stuttgart
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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. The Base Prospectus is deposited at Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG, published on www.rcb.at/SecuritiesProspectus and contains the risks and Terms and Conditions of the product.
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