The assets contained in the TREA Cajamar funds, commercialised by Cajamar and managed by TREA, are now worth over 1,000 million euros, following the partnership reached between these two entities in December of 2015, which means that the assets contained in these funds increased by 250% up to February 2017. This percentage is set to continue increasing, given that forecasts point to significant growth in this business. In this respect, Grupo Cajamar has just extended its range of funds with the new TREA Cajamar Valor, an international equity investment fund.
TREA Cajamar investment funds have performed well in spite of the economic uncertainties of last year, and they have continued to improve on their yield so far this year. Hence, 5 of the 8 funds commercialised are obtaining yields between the first and second quartile of their categories, putting them among the top-performing funds by yield at the close of 2016. This strong performance, added to the lower returns offered by other traditional finance products, such as fixed-term deposits, has attracted numerous investors, who have found in the eight types of TREA Cajamar funds available a varied offer suited to their risk profile: short term; fixed income; assets; flexible; growth; Spanish equities; European equities; and international equities.