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[Sponsored Report] Hana Financial product invests in tech stocks


Hana Fourth-Industry First-Tier Wrap is a financial product that earns returns from investments in stocks of outstanding global companies. [HANA FINANCIAL INVESTMENT]

Hana Financial Investment recommends Hana Fourth-Industry First-Tier Wrap for those seeking returns from long-term investment in outstanding global stocks.

The financial product is the result of the wrap management division’s years of experience in managing foreign stock portfolios and the research center’s wealth of knowledge in global markets.

“New services and markets that global companies in fourth industrial revolution sectors are providing have become a megatrend,” said Cho Yong-Jun, head of research at Hana Financial Investment. “One of the best ways to cope with the transition that could completely change our lives in the future is to invest in global first-tier companies that are leading the fourth industrial revolution.”

Customers can join Hana Fourth-Industry First-Tier Wrap with a minimum 20 million won ($18,500). Additional deposits are possible in units of 5 million won.

For the general type, the commission for joining the program is 1 percent and 1.5 percent when customers cancel the account. For the performance type, there is only a commission of 1.5 percent charged when customers close the account. Additional commission is charged for higher returns.

Accounts are individually managed. Past rates of return do not guarantee future performance, and there always exists the risk of losing money depending on management results.

“The core aspect of the fourth industrial revolution is creating new values by blending already-existing and newly-developed technology based on artificial intelligence,” said Byun Jae-yeon, executive vice president of the management support division.

“Artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, 5G, big data, cloud computing and blockchain are the main technologies that can bring global enterprises with market control, and this is why long-term investment in companies working in these fields is necessary.”

By Yee Jae-eun [yee.jaeeun@joongang.co.kr]
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