With the Mix Depot from Fondsdepot Bank you can trade funds, ETFs and Clean Share Funds* in a single custody account through your advisor. The big advantage: transparent conditions and a simple pricing model without fund commissions and downstream transaction costs.
*Clean share funds are funds without commission share, i.e. share classes which are not charged with distribution fees.
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The Mix Depot of the Fondsdepot Bank
- Tradable in a securities account: Funds (UCITS), ETFs and Clean Share Funds.
- Simple pricing model: Only 0.10% p.a. on the custody account volume (min. 55 EUR up to max. 350 EUR custody account fee).
- No transaction costs.
- Individual advice and execution of all transactions by your advisor.
- Optimal advice and fair remuneration through transparent service fee model.
- No issue surcharges.
An investment fund, also known, for short, as a fund, is generally identified as being a receptacle or pot for capital. It collects money from investors and savers and invests this capital according to a previously defined investment guideline in completely different asset classes. This could involve shares, interest-bearing bonds, real estate and other assets. The advantage for the individual investor is that he can achieve a very widely diversified fund investment directly with small amounts, and on top of that, with professional daily management.
Investment funds are special assets. Special assets are the investment capital of the fund investor, which is separated from the assets of the investment company or capital management company. Through separation, the special assets are protected against access by the investment company itself or its creditors (also in the case of insolvency). Consequently, they are not part of the insolvency estate of the capital management company, meaning the risk of default is excluded for the investor.
Financial investment in investment funds is very flexible. Investors can make both one-time investments as well as issue monthly savings orders. For this purpose, the custodian body transfers the collected orders daily at the so-called net asset value (NAV) to the capital management company, which takes back or issues the fund units. As a result, the investor can buy and sell his fund units on a daily basis.
Every half-year, the fund companies provide information in comprehensive reports about all transactions made. Investors can watch the value development of investment funds in the press or on the Internet at any time.
Custody account management made easy
- Handy and clear: all services related to the custody account from a reliable source
- Keep track: all information always retrievable via the portal
- Affordable: a comprehensive service package at on attractive terms
- Fast, flexible access: simply issue orders online
- Secure: maximum security standards at all levels
This is what makes the Mix Depot so popular...
... the one-time investment
You can open a fund custody account for your clients with just 250 EUR
... the savings plan
For just 25 EUR a month, your clients can regularly purchase fund units.
... the payment plan
Would your clients like to sell their fund investments gradually and receive a fixed amount every month? They can then benefit from our payment plan from an investment amount of 5,000 EUR and a monthly payment from 25 EUR.
... the exchange plan
Investment step by step. According to the needs of your clients, they 'park' their one-time investment initially in a money market fund and then exchange the units gradually for a riskier form of investment.
- Depot model: Mix Depot
- Custody account management fee: 0.1% (10 basis points) of the average value of the securities account min. 55.00 EUR, max. 350.00 EUR
- Due date: quarterly
Apart from the custodian fees, there are no other transaction costs, issue surcharges or other incidental acquisition costs. External costs of third-party service providers are charged to the custody account holder