About performance of ABLV open-end mutual funds in January

Riga, Latvia, February 7, 2013, 12:48 / Investments

In January, most financial markets were elated. The surge of optimism and consequent high demand for risky assets was due to partly solving the “fiscal cliff” problem. In early January, the US president Barack Obama approved the law supposed to alleviate the “fiscal cliff” impact on the economy.

Coupon payment under ABLV FRN USD 300714 bonds

Riga, Latvia, January 30, 2013, 17:17 / Investments

On 30th of January, 2013 coupons under ABLV FRN USD 300714 (ISIN LV0000800969) bonds were paid out according to the following parameters:

The coupon rate of the bond issue ABLV FRN USD 300714 has been revised

Riga, Latvia, January 23, 2013, 17:17 / Investments

Information for holders of the bonds of the issue series ABLV FRN USD 300714 (ISIN LV0000800969) about the revision of the coupon rate.

ABLV Bank offers customers three more bond issues

Riga, Latvia, January 18, 2013, 15:59 / Investments

Continuing its bond issue programme, ABLV Bank, AS will offer three more bond issues. The bonds will be issued under the bank’s Second Bond Offer Programme and admitted to the regulated market – NASDAQ OMX Riga list of debt securities.

Value of ABLV mutual funds exceeded EUR 50 million

Riga, Latvia, January 10, 2013, 17:03 / Investments

Last year was especially successful for open-end mutual funds managed by ABLV Asset Management, IPAS, and at the beginning of January this year total value of their assets exceeded EUR 50 million.

Global Financial Market: Topical Issues 2012

Riga, Latvia, January 9, 2013, 16:30 / Investments / Leonid Alshanskiy

The year 2012 was marked by noticeable slowing of world economic growth compared to 2011.

About performance of ABLV open-end mutual funds in December

Riga, Latvia, January 9, 2013, 16:35 / Investments

In December, market players followed exciting American blockbuster (or rather a comedy?) “Fiscal Cliff”, the central figures in which were Republican and Democratic leaders.

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