General

What happens if the contract is terminated early?

In principle, all contracts are concluded for a fixed term. Termination rights of the investors and the respective issuer (early termination) result from the terms and conditions of the respective investment product.

What happens to the contract in the event of death?

In the event of death, the contract is transferred to the heir(s) with all rights and obligations.

Who is entitled to conclude the contract?

Natural persons over 18 years of age and legal entities may enter into the contract.

How long has the VIVAT been in the market?

VIVAT Solution was founded in August 2012. The cooperation of three renowned companies in the financial sector made it possible to launch a product that is as sophisticated as it is accessible to everyone. Based on innovative thinking and more than 100 years of experience in the investment sector, these companies developed the "Multitalent" concept.

More details can be found in our history section

What about tax?

The current interest income from the subordinated loans represents earnings from capital assets pursuant to Section 20, Subsection 1, no. 4 of the Income Tax Act (EStG) and is subject to capital yields tax plus church tax of 8 % or 9 % depending on the respective Federal state in the event of church affiliation. In this respect, the tax rate is 25 % plus 5.5 % solidarity surcharge, i.e. a total of 26.375 % plus any church tax.

The capital yields tax as well as the solidarity surcharge (a total of 26.375 %) are paid over to the respective responsible tax office by the company by way of deduction at source. The investor receives a certificate for this tax payment.

This information applies to investors domiciled or habitually resident in the Federal Republic of Germany. For investors from other countries, deviating regulations may result from the respective national law. If you have any questions in this regard, please contact your tax advisor.

Multitalent III AG - SOLID/EXCELLENT (E2021)

What is the minimum investment amount?

SOLID (E2021):  one-time, from 5.000 EUR/CHF

EXCELLENT (E2021): one-time, from 100.000 EUR/CHF

When can the contract be terminated?

The contract automatically ends at the end of the contract period.

What does "bearer debenture" mean?

The debenture bond, also called a bond, is a first-ranking security for which the investor receives interest. A bond is divided into partial bonds at the nominal amount stated in each case. With a bond, the investor transfers a certain amount to the issuer of the bond for a certain period of time. The issuer of the bond in turn undertakes towards you as the creditor of the monetary claim to repay the debt at the end of the term. It must also pay interest on the amount at a fixed rate on an ongoing basis.

What happens to the contract in the event of death?

The contract is transferred to the heir(s) with all rights and obligations in the event of death. The laws of descent and distribution of the investor's country of origin apply.

Which tax issues have to be considered?

The individual customer is responsible for paying taxes on the interest received. You can find out more information about this in our sales prospectus and from your tax advisor.

What are the obligations?

After conclusion of the contract, the customer undertakes to pay the agreed contractual sum in due time. In return, the Issuer agrees to pay interest and repay the principal at the end of the contract term.

What is the interest rate?

SOLID (E2021):  6% p.a.

EXCELLENT (E2021): 8% p.a.

Payment is made quarterly.

How high are the processing fees?

There are no processing fees.

What is the end date of the contract?

SOLID/EXCELLENT (E2021): 31.12.2026

Where is the investment capital invested?
  • Purchase and sale of real estate
  • Corporate shareholding in real estate projects
  • Physical gold

Multitalent Investment GmbH - Prestige/Exclusive (E2022)

What is the minimum investment amount?

Prestige (E2022): one-time, from 5.000 EUR/CHF

Exclusive (E2022): one-time, from 100.000 EUR/CHF

When can the contract be terminated?

The contract automatically ends at the end of the contract period.

What does "bearer debenture" mean?

The debenture bond, also called a bond, is a first-ranking security for which the investor receives interest. A bond is divided into partial bonds at the nominal amount stated in each case. With a bond, the investor transfers a certain amount to the issuer of the bond for a certain period of time. The issuer of the bond in turn undertakes towards you as the creditor of the monetary claim to repay the debt at the end of the term. It must also pay interest on the amount at a fixed rate on an ongoing basis.

What happens to the contract in the event of death?

The contract is transferred to the heir(s) with all rights and obligations in the event of death. The laws of descent and distribution of the investor's country of origin apply.

Which tax issues have to be considered?

The individual customer is responsible for paying taxes on the interest received. You can find out more information about this in our sales prospectus and from your tax advisor.

What are the obligations?

After conclusion of the contract, the customer undertakes to pay the agreed contractual sum in due time. In return, the Issuer agrees to pay interest and repay the principal at the end of the contract term.

What is the interest rate?

Prestige (E2022): 6% p.a.

Exclusive (E2022): 8% p.a.

Payment is made quarterly.

How high are the processing fees?

There are no processing fees.

What is the end date of the contract?

Prestige/Exclusive (E2022): 31.12.2027

Where is the investment capital invested?
  • Purchase and sale of real estate
  • Corporate shareholding in real estate projects
  • Physical gold

VIVAT AG - SOLID/EXCELLENT (E2022)

What is the minimum investment amount?

Solid (E2022): one-time, from 5.000 EUR/CHF

Excellent (E2022): one-time, from 100.000 EUR/CHF

When can the contract be terminated?

The contract automatically ends at the end of the contract period.

What does "bearer debenture" mean?

The debenture bond, also called a bond, is a first-ranking security for which the investor receives interest. A bond is divided into partial bonds at the nominal amount stated in each case. With a bond, the investor transfers a certain amount to the issuer of the bond for a certain period of time. The issuer of the bond in turn undertakes towards you as the creditor of the monetary claim to repay the debt at the end of the term. It must also pay interest on the amount at a fixed rate on an ongoing basis.

What happens to the contract in the event of death?

The contract is transferred to the heir(s) with all rights and obligations in the event of death. The laws of descent and distribution of the investor's country of origin apply.

Which tax issues have to be considered?

The individual customer is responsible for paying taxes on the interest received. You can find out more information about this in our sales prospectus and from your tax advisor.

What are the obligations?

After conclusion of the contract, the customer undertakes to pay the agreed contractual sum in due time. In return, the Issuer agrees to pay interest and repay the principal at the end of the contract term.

What is the interest rate?

Solid (E2022):  6% p.a.

Excellent (E2022): 8% p.a.

Payment is made quarterly.

How high are the processing fees?

There are no processing fees.

What is the end date of the contract?

Solid/Excellent (E2022): 31.12.2027

Where is the investment capital invested?
  • Purchase and sale of real estate
  • Corporate shareholding in real estate projects
  • Physical gold

VIVAT Multitalent AG - VIVAT Bond (E2021)

What is the minimum investment amount?

A one-time investment from EUR 100,000 is possible.

When can the contract be terminated?

The contract automatically ends after the end of the contract period.

What does "debenture" mean?

The debenture bond, also called a bond, is a first-ranking security for which the investor receives interest. A bond is divided into partial bonds at the nominal amount stated in each case. With a bond, the investor transfers a certain amount to the issuer of the bond for a certain period of time. The issuer of the bond in turn undertakes towards you as the creditor of the monetary claim to repay the debt at the end of the term. It must also pay interest on the amount at a fixed rate on an ongoing basis.

What happens to the contract in the event of death?

In the event of death, the contract is transferred to the heir(s) with all rights and obligations. The laws of descent and distribution of the investor's country of origin apply.

Which tax issues have to be considered?

The individual customer is responsible for paying taxes on the interest received. You can find out more information about this in our sales prospectus and from your tax advisor.

What are the obligations?

By concluding the contract, the customer undertakes to pay the agreed contractual sum in due time. In return, the Issuer agrees to pay interest and return the capital at the end of the contract term.

What is the interest rate?

The interest rate is 8% p.a. Payment is made quarterly (2.0% each quarter).

How high are the processing fees?

There are no processing fees.

What is the end date of the contract?

The contract runs until 31.12.2027.

Where is the investment capital invested?

• Purchase and sale of real estate
• Corporate shareholding in real estate projects
• Physical gold