CAP FIC aims to invest in Public Offered Securities issued by the Banking sector in order to maintain or improve its Economic Capital requirements. Likewise, it may also make investments in stocks issued by Controlling Societies, as long as those resources are bounded to the investment in the Banking Sector to maintain or improve the Banks Economic Capital and are issued in accordance with the specific Regulations in place.

It is a closed end fund of moderate risk with a long term maturity.

Currently It has more than USD 84 millions on assets under management in domestic currency.

Risk rating: AA1 AESA Ratings, AA2 Pacific Credit Rating.

Rating Interpretation:

AA1 Level:
Corresponds to those Funds whose investment portfolio is concentrated in Securities, assets and other assets, with a high degree of quality and its administration is very good. Number 2 means that the investment fund's quota is at the highest level of the assigned rating .

AA2 Level:
AA corresponds to those Funds which allocated its resources on securities, properties and other assets, with a high degree of quality and its management skills are very good. The number 2 signifies that the value of the share is in the middle level of the granted rating

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The variability or profitability of the securities of the participation shares of the Investment Fund can be consulted on the website of the Bolivian Stock Exchange.