Investments

Management company comment about ABLV open-end mutual funds in September

Riga, Latvia, October 7, 2015, 12:01 / Investments

September did no good for investors. Following a rapid price drop in financial markets in August that was caused by the People's Bank of China, the market stabilized and began to recover, paying most attention to another FRS meeting.

ABLV Bank will redeem subordinated bond issue before maturity

Riga, Latvia, September 14, 2015, 08:35 / Investments

ABLV Bank decided to perform premature redemption of the subordinated bond issue that took place in 2010. On 15 September 2015, USD bonds (ISIN: LV0000800845) will be redeemed in full at the price of face value.

Management company comment about ABLV open-end mutual funds in August

Riga, Latvia, September 4, 2015, 16:50 / Investments

In the global stock market, August turned out to be rather nervous and worrisome for investors. The first half of the month boded no ill, markets of Europe and China were gradually recovering after a slump at the end of July, US market indexes remained within narrow band close to record levels.

Coupon payment under ABLV FXD USD 230217 and ABLV FXD EUR 230217

Riga, Latvia, August 24, 2015, 16:56 / Investments

On 24th of August, 2015, coupons under ABLV FXD USD 230217 (LV0000801645) and ABLV FXD EUR 230217 (LV0000801652) bonds were paid out according to the following parameters:

Coupon payment under ABLV FXD USD 170216 and ABLV FXD EUR 170216

Riga, Latvia, August 17, 2015, 13:30 / Investments

On 17th of August, 2015, coupons under ABLV FXD USD 170216 (LV0000801298) and ABLV FXD EUR 170216 (LV0000801306) bonds were paid out according to the following parameters:

Management company comment about ABLV open-end mutual funds in July

Riga, Latvia, August 6, 2015, 15:28 / Investments

In July, global financial market remained rather volatile, and positive trends prevailed. At the beginning of the month, referendum was held in Greece to decide whether the country should agree to the creditors’ preconditions for providing another financial aid tranche to Greece.

In the first half of the year, the sales results of the Pillar group reached EUR 7.7 million

Riga, Latvia, July 20, 2015, 08:30 / Investments

Following witnessed uncertainty in the real estate market in the first half of the year, in the second quarter positive and growing tendencies returned to the market. In the first six months, the Pillar group stroke deals for 180 properties that is half less than in the corresponding period of the last year when the sales results were the best in the history of the company.

ABLV Private Equity Fund 2010, KS, has sold its shares of AS Grindeks

Riga, Latvia, July 17, 2015, 16:37 / Investments

ABLV Private Equity Fund 2010, KS, has sold 2 172 437 public issue shares of joint stock company Grindeks to AmberStone Group, AS. These shares constitute 22.66% of the company’s share capital.

Coupon payment under ABLV FXD USD 080716 and ABLV FXD EUR 080716

Riga, Latvia, July 8, 2015, 17:42 / Investments

On 8thof July, 2015, coupons under ABLV FXD USD 080716 (LV0000801421) and ABLV FXD EUR 080716 (LV0000801439) bonds were paid out according to the following parameters:

Management company comment about ABLV open-end mutual funds in June

Riga, Latvia, July 7, 2015, 10:44 / Investments

June turned to be very stressful for the global financial market. In the first half of the month, everybody waited for FRS meeting, following which more or less clear signals should have been given regarding the prospects of interest rates growth in the USA. There were some fears that the rhetoric of FRS representatives could have been rather strict, therefore, in the majority of markets, both equity and bond ones, negative tendencies prevailed, and this resulted in the price decline. However, in reality everything turned less tragic. The announcements of the regulator’s representatives were milder than expected, moreover the long-term benchmarks of interest rate were decreased that lessened tension in the market and caused the price return.