Frequently Asked Questions
Where can I get a copy of the prospectus?
What does the designation “mündelsicher” (English: “gilt-edged”) mean for investors? Is the invested capital guaranteed?
What is a subordinated loan?
An investment in the form of a subordinated loan is subject to a particularly high level of risk. Investors accept in making such an investment that in the event of the borrower becoming insolvent, they will only get their back, once all other creditors have received their money back (“subordination clause”). Consequently, there is a particularly high risk of there not being any more money available for paying out the subordinated creditors.
Rights of information of insurance customers of life assurance companies
Insurance undertakings are bound by rights of information prior to the contract being signed, as well as rights of information during the contractual period.