Mutual
funds

We believe that there is only one way to succeed in the mutual fund market and that is to hire the best. We believe that the people who manage the activity of the mutual funds of Sigma from the Andbank Group are amongst the most qualitative, talented and experienced in the Israeli capital market. They have unique knowledge in risk management, dozens of years of research, and a special expertise in the fields of investment. Alongside that, the activity relies on the global Andbank that offers the Israeli clients a market analysis, investments and securities in designated markets around the world.

Our funds invest according to the policy that is specified in the prospectus and/or the annual report, and they operate in a variety of investments, including share funds in Israel and abroad, bond funds in Israel and abroad, integrated funds and etc.

Bond Funds in Israel – General

  • SIGMA (0A)(!) DYNAMIC BONDS WITHOUT STOCKS | 5120704
  • SIGMA (1B) (!) 10/90 DYNAMIC | 5120720

  • SIGMA (2A) (20/80) |5120688
  • SIGMA (2B) 30/70 |5123096
  • SIGMA (2B) 15/85| 5123229
  • SIGMA (00) GENERAL BONDS WITHOUT STOCKS |5109871
  • SIGMA (2B) PORTFOLIO UP TO 20% | 5115514

  • SIGMA (2A) COMBINED BONDS + 20% | 5113527
  • SIGMA 10/90 (1B) | 5109004
  • SIGMA (0A) EQUITY FREE PORTFOLIO | 5125653

  • SIGMA (3C) PORTFOLIO UP TO 50% | 5125679
  • SIGMA (3D) MANAGED INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO | 5124060

Bond Funds in Israel – Corporate Bonds and Conversion

  • SIGMA (00)(!) CORPORATE BONDS | 5108428
  • SIGMA (0A) FLOW CORPORATE BONDS UP TO 3 YEARS | 5113501

  • SIGMA (00) SHEKEL BOND| 5107321
  • SIGMA (00)(!) INTERNAL RATING MODEL |5115506
  • SIGMA (1B)(!) CORPORATE BONDS PLUS | 5125539

Bond Funds in Israel – State

  • SIGMA (0A) LIQUIDITY PORTFOLIO UP TO TWO YEARS WITHOUT STOCKS | 5124029

  • SIGMA (0A) GOVERNMENT BONDS | 5101399
  • SIGMA (1A) GOVERNMENT BONDS + 10%|5123237
  • SIGMA (00) GOVERNMENT WITHOUT STOCKS| 5116041
  • SIGMA (2B) FOLLOWING PORTFOLIO 2 DISCOUNT BANK | 5125661

Bond Funds in Israel – investments that are not linked to the consumer price index

  • SIGMA (1A) SHEKEL MANAGED| 5108048

Bond Funds Abroad

  • SIGMA (0D)(!) INTERNATIONAL DOLLAR BONDS | 5124045

Equity Funds in Israel

  • SIGMA (4C) TLV 125 AND LARGE CAP | 5106968
  • SIGMA GENERAL SHARES (4C) | 5120613

Foreign Equity Funds

  • SIGMA (4D) GLOBAL EQUITY| 5113543
  • SIGMA (4D) GLOBAL STOCKS| 5101233
  • SIGMA (4D) ANDBANK EUROPE EQUITY|5121868

The manager of the fund isn’t obliged to achieve any kind of yield, including an excess yield. The information that is given is not an offer to purchase units in funds, and it is not consultation or given on the basis of the special figures and needs of the potential investor. The offer of the units is in according with the valid prospectus and immediate reports. The funds are managed by “Sigma Mutual Funds Ltd.”

The Degree of the Exposure to Shares The portion out of the net value of the fund's assets that is exposed to shares
0Without Exposure
1Up to 10%
2Up to 30%
3Up to 50%
4Up to 120%
5Up to 200%
6Above 200%
The Degree of the Exposure to Foreign Currency The portion out of the net value of the fund's assets that is exposed to foreign currency
0Without Exposure
AUp to 10%
BUp to 30%
CUp to 50%
DUp to 120%
EUp to 200%
FAbove 200%

(!) – The inclusion of an exclamation mark in the name of the fund means as follows:

In a Class 3 Fund for the purpose of the Joint Investments Trust Regulations (Distribution Commission), 5766-2006:

An exclamation mark in the name of the fund indicates that according to its investment policy, exposure to credit risk may arise from exposure to bonds that are not rated with an investment rating (as defined below) or derivative activity with or through corporations that belong to the second credit risk group, or from the deposit of cash and deposits with such corporations, or from the value of a foreign security that was lent through an Israeli stock exchange member that does not meet the conditions set forth in the first credit risk group (hereinafter – “exposure to banks and brokers”) under the following circumstances or rates:

The overall rate of exposure to bonds that are not rated with an investment grade and exposure to banks and brokers may exceed the fund’s maximum exposure rate to shares, as indicated by the fund’s exposure profile;

The rate of exposure to a particular bank or broker may exceed 10% of the value of the Fund’s assets and the rate of exposure to banks and brokers may exceed 20% of the value of the Fund’s assets (all regardless of the fund’s exposure profile to shares);

For this purpose, a first or second credit risk group – as defined in the appendix to the directive to fund managers and trustees regarding custodian risks and credit risks.

In funds which are not  Class 3 Funds for the purpose of the Joint Investments Trust Regulations (Distribution Commission), 5766-2006:

An exclamation mark in the name of the fund indicates that according to its investment policy, exposure to credit risk may arise from exposure to bonds that are not rated with an investment rating (as defined below) or derivative activity with or through corporations that belong to the the second credit risk group (as defined in the appendix to the directive to fund managers and trustees regarding custodian risks and credit risks), or from the deposit of cash and deposits with such corporations, or from the value of a foreign security that was lent through an Israeli stock exchange member that does not meet the conditions set out in the first credit risk group (hereinafter: “exposure to banks and brokers”) under the following circumstances or rates:

The overall rate of exposure to bonds that are not rated with an investment grade and exposure to banks and brokers may exceed the fund’s maximum exposure rate to shares, as indicated by the fund’s exposure profile;

The exposure to banks or brokers may exceed 10% of the value of the Fund’s assets (regardless of the fund’s exposure profile to shares);

For this purpose, a first or second credit risk group – as defined in the appendix to the directive to fund managers and trustees regarding custodian risks and credit risks.

Bonds that are not rated in the Investment Rating – corporate bonds and/or bonds that are issued by a state that is not the State of Israel, which are not rated, or are rated at a rating that is lower than –BBB (BBB Minus) or an equivalent rating.

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