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OP-Brave

An active portfolio manager making brave, not foolhardy investments
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Better return through investing in the fund

Offering a solution for long-term savings, OP-Brave is suitable for an investor who seeks high yields but is not afraid of temporary value fluctuations.

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A fund for investment with a long-term horizon

OP-Brave is suitable, for example, for saving money for retirement or bigger purchases.

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Owner-customer benefits

Owner-customers buy, sell and switch most funds with no separate charges.

A fund for stock investors

Most of the assets of OP-Brave are invested in the stock market, while a smaller portion goes to the bond market. This pushes the fund's risk level lower than for an equity fund. The comprehensive diversification, both geographically as well as into bond and stock markets, make OP-Brave an attractive alternative for those who do not want to actively monitor movements in the capital markets. When putting your money into OP-Brave, you can trust that professional portfolio managers follow constantly the markets and take the necessary measures, letting you focus on other things.

Even a small investment amount will result to wide diversification of the investment in a cost-efficient manner.

A fund for profit-seeking and patient investors

OP-Brave has high expected yield because it has higher equity weighting than the rest of our Saver's funds. This brings about higher exposure to market fluctuations than for funds emphasising fixed income. When investing in OP-Brave, you need to be ready to tolerate moments when the value of your fund units is going down. What you need to understand is that, in long-term investment, the time to cash in your fund units will come at another, more favourable moment. OP-Brave is best suited to a passive investor who intends to redeem his/her units after six years at the earliest. For short-term investing, we recommend funds with a more stable performance.

Online fees and charges

Subscription fee

Annual management fee

Redemption fee

0 % 1,45 % 0,50 %

No subscription fee will be charged for fund subscriptions. Fund units generate OP bonuses.

OP-Brave – investment policy

OP-Brave is a balanced fund investing its assets primarily in the global equity markets and partly in the global fixed-income markets.

In the base scenario, the fund invests 80% of its assets in equity markets and 20% in the fixed-income markets. The proportion of equity investments may range between 70–100% and fixedincome investments between 0–30%.

The fund's investments are primarily made through other investment funds. The fund may use derivatives instruments in its investment activities to hedge against market fluctuations, to replace direct investments and to otherwise promote efficient portfolio management. Primarily derivatives are used in equity and interest-rate risk management.

The Fund diversifies its investments on a broad basis among various companies and bonds, since the investments are mainly implemented using funds.

The Fund’s benchmark index is a combination of several indexes. The composition of the benchmark index is described in the fund prospectus. With active investing, the Fund seeks to outperform its benchmark index in the long term. The Fund mainly takes notable active risk and it may differ significantly from the composition, weights and risk level of the benchmark index.

The fund’s equity weighting is actively adjusted to control equity market risk and to capture yield opportunities. Derivative instruments can also be used especially to control equity risk and interest rate risk.

The risk appetite remained positive also in November since it looks like the accommodative monetary policy will continue. Global economic growth seems to have stabilised, too, after the summer's weakness. European economic figures indicate that growth is still on a moderately improving trajectory. In China, growth is mixed as consumers are doing well while manufacturing is still trapped between high overcapacity and poor demand. In Japan, the situation is very much the same. Although the US Federal Reserve has expressed a stronger desire to raise its interest rate for the first time since 2006, the cycle for tightening the monetary policy is believed to be moderate. At the same time, the ECB has strongly indicated its intent to increase stimulus, possibly by pushing its deposit rate even deeper into negative territory and by extending its current public sector purchase programme. Expectations are sky high and measures should be taken right away at the early December meeting in order to avoid a setback to sentiment. The capital market has warmly welcomed the ECB's message.

We went overweight equities after the correction in the stock market took place in late August. In early October and in November, we increased the overweight position further. In equities, we focus on Europe and Japan. In Japan we rely on upcoming additional stimulus, rising interest in Japanese stocks and corporate earnings growth potential. In Europe, we seek diversification and also have heightened emphasis on OP-Property, since low interest rates support the property sector. We also have a significant weight in OP-Europe Dividend Companies. New remarkable focus is set on OP-Europe Rising Stars, a fund investing in small and mid-cap companies. Tapping into the weak market, we raised our low weight in emerging markets. In global themes, we have chosen to focus on OP-Low-carbon World, a fund investing in lower carbon footprint companies building a responsible future. In fixed-income investments, we prefer corporate bonds over government bonds. In corporate bonds with high credit ratings, our focus on OP-US Corporate Bond has outperformed European corporate bonds in terms of running yield. In the portfolio, we have applied our view of strengthening dollar and weakening euro.

Read more about fund’s responsibility on the fund’s Finnish pages.

More details Basic data, performance and fact figures

Basic data

Fund manager
Harri Kojonen, Patrik Moring
Benchmark index
No benchmark index
Start date
15.02.1989
ISIN
FI0008802376
fund serie
Accumulation unit
Fund size
461 Meur
Serie value (04.06.)
95,45 EUR
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Rules
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Brochure
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Accumulated profit (04.06)

1mth 3mth 6mth 1 y 3 y p.a. 5 y p.a.
OP-Brave A +6,56 % -2,31 % -4,78 % +2,88 % +1,03 % +1,54 %
Benchmark - - - - - -

Yearly performance

2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 YTD
OP-Brave A +6,78 % +4,15 % +5,11 % -9,04 % +20,14 % -6,74 %
Benchmark - - - - - -

Key figures

Volatility 12 m vola 12m Sharpe 12 m Duration
OP-Brave A 19,97 % 0,16 -
Benchmark index - - -

Owner-customer benefits

  • As an owner-customer you can sell, buy and trade nearly all our mutual funds (savers’ funds, socially responsible funds, and equity and bond funds) without fees.
  • As an owner-customer, you can also invest in funds by saving through insurance. OP Unit-linked Insurance and OP Savings Agreement are insurance savings products intended for owner-customers that offer an effortless and flexible means for long-term saving. Switching between investment instruments and transferring funds to insurance savings is free of charge.
  • Owner-customers have automatic access to the second fee level on the stock brokerage fee list, in which the brokerage fee is 0.17% (min. 7 euros), while the fee at the first fee level is 0.2% (min. 9 euros).

OP bonuses

In addition to OP bonuses earned through saving and investment, owner-customer earn bonuses from

  • loans
  • funds in accounts
  • purchases you have paid with the OP-Visa credit
  • insurance premiums for home, family and motor vehicle policies.

OP bonuses are used for the bank’s service charges and insurance premiums.

 

OP Fund Management Company Ltd manages OP mutual funds.