These tables show data on claims and liabilities of all non-UCITS and UCITS investment funds (except money market funds which are aggregated in the credit institutions’ balance sheet) and a detailed structure of the investment funds’ shares/units issued by the type of investment and the type of fund.
Non-money market investment funds
Methodology - non-money market investment funds
Tables E1 Aggregated balance sheet of investment funds
The tables show data on claims and liabilities of all non-UCITS and UCITS investment funds (except MMFs which are aggregated in the credit institutions’ balance sheet) and net transactions in the reference period for each asset and liability position. Data are reported on an aggregate basis, which means that investment funds’ assets also include the funds’ investments in other investment funds’ shares/units.
The balances and net transactions of financially significant positions of assets and liabilities are shown separately for resident and non-resident counterparties and according to the counterparty’s classification into a specific economic sector.
Tables E2 Investment funds’ shares/units issued by type of investment and type of fund
The tables report a detailed structure of all non-UCITS and UCITS investment funds’ shares/units issued (except MMFs which are aggregated in the credit institutions’ balance sheet) by the type of investment and the type of fund.
The type of investment implies the fund’s investment policy given in the prospectus, predominantly in bonds, equities, a combination of bonds and equities (mixed funds), real estate and other types of investment (hedge funds), venture capital funds, and others). By the type of fund, we distinguish between open-ended and closed-ended funds. The shares/units in an open-ended investment fund are purchased, directly or indirectly, at the request of the holder of the share/unit from the investment fund’s assets. The shares/units in a closed-ended fund, established in the form of a stock company or a limited liability company, cannot be purchased from the closed-ended fund’s assets at holder’s request.