Investment funds can be classified by their investment objectives and their assets:

Financial Funds

Financial funds invest exclusively in financial assets such as government, private companies and banking firms bonds, stocks, repos and bank deposits. Financial funds can be open-ended, like the money market funds, or closed-ended, such as growth or income funds.

Real Estate Funds

Real estate funds invest mainly on real estate assets, which are leased with the purpose of generating income for the fund investors. A part of the assets of these funds is kept in financial investments for the handling of the operative liquidity. All real-estate funds are closed funds.


Megafunds are a special type of funds which invest solely on shares of other investment funds, which is why these are also known as “funds of funds.” They are not a common figure, and can be either closed or open-ended funds.

Venture Capital Funds

These funds invest in the stock of companies, generally in a growth stage or in start-ups. Only accredited investors can take part in these kind of funds. It is common for investors to provide time and act as consultants for the companies in which they invest.


Advantages of investing in a fund

  • Funds allow programmed investment to reach a life goal: studying, traveling, buying a car or a house.


  • They are managed by financial professionals for only a fraction of what it would cost to hire them for a personalized investment assesment.


  • Thanks to our wide variety of funds, you can always find the one that fits your investment needs.


  • Funds benefit from economies of scale due to their collective nature.


  • They allow to easily invest in a portfolio composed of various assets, all of which are regulated by the SIBOIF.


  • Complete and transparent information about the funds is available 24 hours a day through our web page.


  • The funds are duly registered and supervised by the SIBOIF.