Enjoy an easy way to invest in international shares with capital protection in US dollars
Accessing a wide range of investments across economies and currencies is critical to enhance your long-term returns and lower your overall risk. We have developed an exciting, easily accessible solution for investors who want to grow their wealth through international equity market exposure and protect their capital in US dollars.
Earn up to 33%* return in US dollars from global equity markets, with capital protection
The Nedbank Private Wealth Inward Listed MSCI note enables you to:
Other helpful information
Applications for this new investment product close on 27 November, so don’t miss out.
For more information click here and provide your name and contact number, or send an email to StockbrokersHelpdesk@Nedbankprivatewealth.co.za, and we will get back to you.
* Indicative return after fees and before movements in the rand/US dollar exchange rate. Terms and conditions apply.
There is risk inherent in investing in any financial product or fund. Nedbank Private Wealth does not guarantee the repayment of capital and/or the performance of any investment proposed on this page. All calculations, projections or monetary values, together with all rates quoted, are guidelines or estimations and are included for illustrative purposes only. While every care and effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of information provided, Nedbank Private Wealth accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss, whether direct, indirect or consequential, arising from any reliance on the information made available here or arising from any action taken or transactions concluded as a result thereof.
Nedgroup Private Wealth Stockbrokers (Pty) Ltd Reg No 1996/015589/07, a member of the JSE Equity, Equity Derivatives, Interest Rate and Currency Derivatives and Commodity Derivatives Markets and a juristic representative of Nedgroup Private Wealth (Pty) Ltd, an authorised financial services provider (FSP828) and registered credit provider (NCRCP59).
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