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Rietumu Asset Management provides its clients with an opportunity of forming an Individual Investment Portfolio.
The Individual Investment Portfolio is a flexible investment product compiled specifically for the client, with account of his goals, requirements, expectations and restrictions.
The time horizon of the investments, the risk level, the portfolio composition and the expected yield are determined based on the client's profile.
Structure of Commissions and Minimum Volume of Investments
Minimum Volume of Investments
Individual Portfolio Commission:
Value Growth Commission:
USD 500 000
0.35% of the investment amount
Is charged when the assets are transferred for management.
From 1% to 2% p.a. from the average annual balance
Is charged monthly, starting from the date when the assets are transferred for management. The final level of the management commission is determined on an individual basis, with account of the complexity of the portfolio formation and some other factors.
! Is not applied in standard conditions
The absence of the value growth commission protects the client from unreasonably risky activities of the manager with the portfolio assets for the purpose of receiving additional commission.
The value growth commission has a one-sided effect – in the event of a positive result, the manager receives profit, and in the event of a decreased value of the portfolio, all losses are borne by the client (the manager loses nothing).
Moreover, Rietumu Asset Management finds it to be incorrect to levy a fixed commission for the value growth over the standardised market value (for instance, the Libor rate) without considering the client’s profile and the strategic placement of his assets.
Method of Valuation of Financial Instruments
To determine the valuation of financial instruments of the Individual Portfolio, quotations provided by Reuters and Bloomberg information systems are used.
Financial instruments, which are liquid but for which quotations with the help of Reuters and Bloomberg information systems cannot be received, can be evaluated by using quotations provided by contractors of the Manager or other participants of the financial market.
Non-liquid financial instruments, for which real quotations cannot be received with Reuters and Bloomberg or other information systems, are evaluated with a zero value.
Financial instruments, for which quotations are available in the Reuters and Bloomberg information systems, can be evaluated with a zero value, if in the process of a trading session or negotiations with contractors it is established that the completion of the transaction is impossible at this moment.
Financial instruments, for which real quotations are available in the Bloomberg information system, are evaluated according to the value provided in this system. The exception is cases when the value presented by the Reuters information system is more relevant to the value provided by the contractors, as well as when technical failures take place in the Manager’s system or the Bloomberg information system.
The market value of financial instruments of the Individual Portfolio is determined on a daily basis. Initially, financial instruments of the Individual Portfolio are accounted according to their acquisition costs with account of the expenses involved in the acquisition.
Debt securities and money market instruments are evaluated according to the purchase price (Bid). If such a price is unavailable, then according to the last transaction price (Trade) or the average price (Mid).
If income from debt securities and money market instruments is paid in the form of a coupon, the coupon or the accumulated interest are added to the price in the amount which corresponds to the period from the moment of the coupon calculation date to the payment date.
Term deposits are evaluated according to the main investment amount with account of the accumulated interest.
Capital securities are evaluated according to the purchase price (Bid). If such a price is unavailable, then according to the last transaction price (Trade) or the average price (Mid).
Shares of investment funds are evaluated according to the price of the last purchase of the shares available as of the evaluation date.
Derivative financial instruments traded on regulated markets are evaluated according to the last transaction price (Trade) or the average price (Mid).
Formation of an individual investment portfolio