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Fund categories

Investment funds

Investment funds are managed by asset management companies in such a way that they collect investors' funds and invest them in various financial instruments.

The assets of the investment fund are divided into several parts, i.e. units, which are registered by investors and guarantee equal rights to all unit owners and are legally separated from the assets of the company that manages it.

Learn more about investment funds managed by Eurizon Asset Management Croatia.

Advantages of investing in investment funds
compared to direct investment in stocks and bonds on the market.
Min investment threshold
The possibility of accessing the financial markets even with small amounts.
Risk diversification
The possibility of simultaneous investment in different financial instruments, which can result in a reduction in the level of risk.
Property management
Asset management and the selection of financial instruments are carried out by experts according to their professional knowledge and skills.

Read and study the information documents published by the fund management company in order to be informed about all the risks, costs and benefits of each individual investment fund:

  • Key Investor Information (KIID)
  • Prospect and Rules

Play the video and learn more about the specifics of investing in mutual funds versus investing directly in stocks and bonds available in the markets.

Types of investment funds:

  • Open investment funds with public offer (UCITS funds)
  • Open investment funds with a public offer (UCITS funds with maturity)

Find out more at https://www.eurizonam.hr/

Investment funds according to the financial assets in which they are invested:


Money funds

Money funds

  • Investing in money market instruments.
  • Short-term investments (up to 6 months).
  • They differ according to the currency in which the underlying instruments are denominated.
  • Low level of risk.
Bond funds

Bond funds

  • Investing in government and corporate bonds.
  • Lower degree of risk compared to equity funds.
Mixed funds

Mixed funds

  • Investing in different proportions, in stocks and bonds.
  • The risk level of balanced funds increases as the equity component of the portfolio increases.
Equity funds

Equity funds

  • Investing primarily in equity securities.
  • They are characterized by a high degree of risk.
Flexible funds

Flexible funds

  • No restrictions on the distribution of assets (stocks-bonds).
  • Funds without reference values.


Good information helps in making investment decisions.

To bring you closer and simplify the world of investing, visit the new section Educational on investments and improve your knowledge of basic investment terms.

For more information, visit the nearest PBZ branch.

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