The Key Investor Information Document (“KIID”) is a two-page pre-sale document which replaces the Simplified Prospectus and is mandated by the European Commission for all UCITS investment funds, which are marketed and offered within all European Union countries. This document provides retail investors with standardized and concise investment information, which allows an investor to directly compare each UCITS fund as well as clearly displaying the essential characteristics of a fund or share class necessary to understand the nature and risks associated with investing.
Below you will find a list of fund companies and links to their sites where you will find the KIIDs for their various funds and share classes. Before deciding to invest, please read the relevant KIID for your desired fund and share class carefully.
This list is intended only for persons eligible to purchase the products listed herein and it is provided for information only. The list merely represents those offshore mutual fund families with which RBC Capital Markets, LLC (“RBC CM”) has an agreement to sell shares to eligible purchasers and is not an offer to sell, a solicitation to purchase, or a recommendation of any investment or an invitation to engage in any transaction. Persons not eligible to purchase products on this list include, but are not limited to, anyone who is a citizen or resident of the United States of America or Ireland, their territories and possessions, or who is physically present in those countries. RBC CM makes no representation that the products listed are suitable for any particular investor or that any particular investor is eligible to purchase shares of the funds. RBC CM believes that the information provided here was correct at the time this list was produced. However, the information herein is subject to change and RBC CM makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the information herein.
Non-deposit investment products offered through RBC Wealth Management are not FDIC insured, are not a deposit or other obligation of, or guaranteed by, a bank, and are subject to investment risks, including possible loss of the principal amount invested.