Europe Twin Win 6 – available on secondary market19.07.2017 08:10
Participation in rising markets or MINUS becomes PLUS: moderate price declines of the underlying index are turned into profit for investors.
The Europe Twin Win 6 Certificate is an investment product without capital protection and qualifies for investors, who expect the European stock markets to generally post a positive performance but do not want to exclude a setback on the markets.
The Bonus Certificate enables investors to participate 1:1 in the positive average performance of the EURO STOXX 50® index (up to the cap of 130%) at the end of the term (July 2022) and the investors will even benefit from a negative performance of the European stocks benchmark: In case the closing price of the index at the final valuation date is lower compared to the starting value and if the index always quoted above the barrier of 49% during the observation period, this negative performance up to -51% will be transformed into profit.
In case the index touches or drops below the barrier, redemption at the maturity date is effected according to the performance of the underlying (percentage index performance from the starting value to the closing price at the final valuation date).
- ISIN: AT0000A1WC79
- Initial valuation date: Jul 18, 2017
- Term: 5 years (maturity date: Jul 19, 2022)
- Public offer in: Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia
- Listing: Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Vienna
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. 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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