With its expertise WWF counts among the biggest and most distinctive environmental protection organisations worldwide. In 2006, ERSTE-SPARINVEST (was merged with Erste Asset Management in 2018) started a partnership with WWF Austria, which has garnered lots of attention both domestically and internationally.

Megatrends in environmental equities

  • Renewable energy:
    New markets become key markets for the wind and solar industry. The recent decline in the oil price will not stop the trend towards renewable energy.
  • Energy storage:
    Optimisation of energy transport, but also "Smart Grid" (intelligentnetworks) and "Smart Metering" (intelligent electric meter). New applications are intended to make life asier for us all.
  • Mobility:
    New propulsion technology such as electric cars, hydrogen-poweredcars and third-generation biofuels. Nowhere else is technologicalprogress watched as closely as in this new generation of vehicles

WWF: a strong partner


ERSTE WWF STOCK ENVIRONMENT is named after WWF on purpose. With its expertise and specially created environmental advisory board, WWF ensures adherence to stringent ecological and social criteria in the selection of equities.

Track record: Protection of the rain forest and flood protection


Erste Asset Management waives parts of the management fees for this fund. This money has been used to support the water and climate protection programme of WWF Austria for ten years.



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Risk notes according to 2011 Austrian Investment Fund Act for ERSTE WWF STOCK ENVIRONMENT

ERSTE WWF STOCK ENVIRONMENT may exhibit increased volatility due to the composition of its portfolio: i.e. the unit value can be subject to significant fluctuations both upwards and downwards within short periods of time.


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