Banamex Mutual Fund
One of the most popular instruments in the stock market are mutual funds as an option to find a diversified portfolio that provides better returns without putting your assets at risk.
These funds allowed thousands of people to invest their money in the sovereign debt of other European countries. At that time, these instruments functioned more like a trust, i.e., participants gave their money or assets to another person to manage.
One of the main characteristics is that they are composed of a basket of financial assets that can include equities and government debt, generating different combinations to obtain positive returns with less exposure to risk.
In the market, there is a diversity of funds that adapt to the type of investor, that is to say, the risk and investment horizon of the person who decides to contract one of these portfolios. With this measure, the client achieves a good diversification.
Capital Investment Fund
Integral Placement and Distribution Agents (ACDIs): An Integral Placement and Distribution Agent (ACDI) is an entity authorized by the CNV to subscribe and redeem units of Mutual Funds (FCI) on behalf of its clients.
Agents of Collective Investment Products: They are individuals and/or legal entities authorized by the National Securities Commission and registered in its records, to cover the activities of administration, custody, placement and distribution of products of Mutual Funds or Trusts. Examples of these Agents are Managing Companies, Depositary Companies, Financial Fiduciaries, Custody Agents.
Agents for the Administration of Collective Investment Products (AAPIC): Agents authorized by the CNV to administer Mutual Funds. Together with the ACPIC, they make up the administration bodies of a CIF. Originally the Managing Companies.
Custody Agents of Collective Investment Products (ACPIC): Those entities authorized by the CNV to provide registration services in an electronic system for the representation of negotiable securities through book entries. In addition, they may provide custody and transfer services of negotiable securities and payment of such securities.
Investment Funds Act
It is an investment alternative to make your savings grow, which consists of gathering the resources (money) of different persons, natural or legal, to invest them in different financial instruments.
Investment Funds are managed by companies specially formed for this purpose, called Investment Fund Management Companies (SAFIs), whose objective is to collect the savings of any person who has the availability to save, and invest it in different investment alternatives, in order to achieve the highest yield with the lowest possible variability (risk).
The total assets of an Investment Fund are divided into equal parts called Participation Quotas. These have a value, called Quota Value, which changes daily and reflects the yield obtained by the Fund.
For example, if a person invests Bs 1,000 in a Fund whose Quota Value that day is Bs 100, he will acquire 10 Participation Shares of such Fund. Assuming that after a few months the yield of the Fund would have been 10%, the Quota Value will have increased by the same percentage, going from Bs 100 to Bs 110. Thus, the participant will still have 10 Quotas, but each one of them will now be worth Bs 110, so that the total invested money will have increased from Bs 1,000 to Bs 1,100, generating a gross profit of Bs 100 (not including taxes).
Bancomer Investment Fund
A company’s financing is represented by the resources used to acquire the assets necessary to develop its business. One of these sources is provided by the entities of the financial system, to which banks belong. A banking entity has its own input-output matrix
– It raises funds through deposits, which together with its own capital, are placed in viable businesses through loans under various modalities. Usually a company carries out both operations with banks, its cash surpluses are deposited seeking the best yield and the lowest possible risk, and its cash needs are financed with bank loans in addition to the capital contributed by its shareholders or partners.
The financing of an enterprise is represented with the resources used to get the necessary assets to develop its operations. One of this tools is given through the financial system, in which we can find the banks. A bank entity has its own matrix (row material