Investing in depository receipts should always be a long term investment.

If you invest in depository receipts there is the risk of losing (a part) of the invested money because of, amongst others:

  • negative economic developments can lead to creditors not being able to pay their interest and loan to Triodos Bank;
  • developments on the interest market can have an adverse impact on the bank’s profits. A bank pays interest on savings accounts, receives interest payments from loans and its earnings come from the difference between the two. The smaller the difference between the two as a result, for example, of a low interest rate environment, the less income it earns;
  • changes in regulation can create higher costs.

In addition, it is also possible that a situation occurs in which you cannot (temporarily) redeem your Depository Receipts.

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