* In its capacity as Depositary, The Bank of New York Mellon (Luxembourg) S.A. has appointed several entities as third-party delegates in relation to the safekeeping of certain assets pertaining to the Standard Life Investments Global SICAVs. This is a comprehensive list of third-party delegates appointed by the Depositary and some, but not all, will be applicable to the Standard Life Investments Global SICAVs.
UCITS and AIF management company remuneration policy
Where a Standard Life Aberdeen group company shown above is the management company of an Alternative Investment Fund ("AIF") or Undertaking for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities ("UCITS") it is acknowledged that the management company has specific obligations to act in the best interests of the AIF or the UCITS it manages and, where relevant, its investors. Accordingly, in the application of the principles set forth and in the award (including deferral and/or clawback) of variable pay for AIF or UCITS management company 'Code Staff' the interests of the relevant AIF or UCITS and its investors and the performance of the relevant AIF or UCITS (taking into account, where relevant, the investment risk of the relevant AIF or UCITS) shall additionally (where relevant) be taken into account.
All the Standard Life Aberdeen group UCITS and AIF management companies are subject to Standard Life Aberdeen's group remuneration policy and further detail on that can be found on the policy page.
Standard Life Investments (Mutual Funds) Limited lifted the dealing suspension on the Standard Life Investments UK Real Estate Fund and its associated Feeder Funds (the ‘Funds’), on Monday 17 October 2016, with the first valuation point being 12 noon that day. Investors can purchase, redeem, switch or convert shares / units in the Funds on a daily basis as per the normal dealing guidelines set out in the prospectus. Further information can be obtained below.
Standard Life Investments (Mutual Funds) Limited is amending the investment policy of the Standard Life Investments AAA Income Fund as a result of changes to the United Kingdom’s credit rating. This investment policy change will take place on 7 November 2016.
Standard Life Investments (Mutual Funds) Limited has made a change to its ethical criteria which will affect its ethical fund range. Client communications are detailed in the table below.
The Key Information Documents (KID) provides you with key information about a fund. It is not marketing material. The information is required by law to help you understand the nature and the risks of investing in a fund. It is designed to give retail investors sufficiently clear, comparable information on a range products. You are advised to read it so you can make an informed decision about whether to invest.