New Public nETP: Lend Immovest

Product Description

The LEND Immovest Certificate offers an investment in Swiss mortgages:

  • 5.5-6.5% annual target return (approx.+5% above the return on 2-year Swiss government bonds) through direct investment in predominantly subordinated mortgages at the exclusion of intermediaries
  • Collateralisation of each investment with real estate
  • Detailed analysis of each mortgage by a team of experts
  • Risk diversification and earnings potential due to a diversified portfolio approach
  • Easy-to-understand product: tracker certificate, 100% collateralized, accumulating returns, no leverage, no financial engineering

Historical Performance

Product Details

Issuer Helveteq AG
Base Currency CHF
VALOR 135709969
ISIN CH1357099691
Issue Date 15.06.2024
Maturity open end
Investor Fee 0.95%
Nominal Value 10’000.00
Issue Size 5’000.00

Service Providers

Custodian Banca Credinvest SA
Paying Agent Banca Credinvest SA
Administrator Apex Corporate Services (Schweiz) GmbH
Security Agent Adexas Rechtsanwälte AG

Transparent

Helveteq nETPs are always ESG-transparent. This means the ESG focus is clearly designated in the product Final Terms.

Regulated

All nETPs are issued under the Base Prospectus of Helveteq. The Base Prospectus was approved by and registered with SIX Exchange Regulation Ltd, the reviewing body within the meaning of the Swiss Financial Services Act.

Secure

An independent Security Agent assumes responsibility for the pledged assets in favour of the investors using the underlying assets as collateral. It is therefore always guaranteed that investments are fully secured against default of the issuer. Furthermore, the collateral is securely held with a third-party custodial services provider and the value (NAV) of your investment is independently verified daily by a regulated administrator.

Simple

nETPs or non-listed ETPs are financial instruments that are equivalent to ETPs but without an exchange listing. They are collateralized tracker certificates or collateralized other structured products, thereby minimizing the issuer risk similar to ETPs. Given that they are not traded on exchange, nETPs can include a wider universe of underlyings than ETPs.