Advantages of investing into a fund
We actively manage our investments
There are several different reasons for investing into a fund instead of directly into a company. For example, the investor may not have enough information about a company’s direction or their business goals. Or perhaps he or she does not have the time or energy to regularly monitor either the progress of the company, or the market in which it operates.
Natland knows both traditional and alternative markets and has a strong grasp on financial management. That, combined with the extensive analysis that the group performs on every project that the fund invests into, means that you can rest assured that our portfolio is safe and of the highest quality.
|TYPe||issuer||fund type||expected share yield||buy-backs||subscription||publicly traded||minimum investment||entry fee||exit fee||fund costs|
|Premium investment shares||ECFS Credit Fund SICAV||Qualified Investors' Fund||7.2-7.5%||monthly||monthly||no||€125,000||up to 3%||up to 3% p.a. of asset value|
|Priority investment shares||Natland Assets Fund SICAV||Qualified Investors' Fund||5.4-5.5%||semi-annually (within 90 days)||monthly||on the Prague Stock Exchange||€125,000||3%||0% after 3 years, o/w 10%||Max. 0.5% p.a. of avg. asset values|