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Key Investor Information Documents

The KIID is designed as a concise document delivering critical information about the fund. It must be drafted in plain language and be easily understood by investors.The Management Company of a fund has responsibility for the production of the KIID and for making it readily available at the points of sale, while the distributors will have the obligation to deliver the KIID prior to any sale – it is in essence a pre-contractual document.


The KIID is meant to be comparable across a wide range of funds.The KIID will be divided into five sections, each of them with specific requirements.

– Objectives and investment policy;
– Synthetic risk and reward profile (SRRI);
– Charges;
– Past performance;
– Practical information.

The following is a list of available KIID’s of funds used by Persist Global Wealth Management. This list should not be regarded as a list of recommended funds.

Aberdeen (Emerging Market Bonds )
ASN Bank (Duurzaam aandelenfonds)
Blackrock (Japan Value, New Energy, World Gold, World Mining)
Blackrock (iShares)
Bluebay (Global High Yield, Global Convertible Bonds)
Brandes Investment Partners (Europa, USA, Global, Emerging Markets and others)
Calamos (USA)
CapitalGuards (DrijfvermogenStuwvermogen and Flexvermogen)
Carmignac (Investissement)
Comgest (Europe, Emerging Markets and others)
Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management (ETF’s)
DWS (Top Dividende and others)
Edmond de Rothschild (Alpha Uncorrelated)
Fidelity (Emerging Asia, European Growth, Fast Europe, Fast Global and others)
Franklin Templeton (Asian Growth, Emerging Markets, European small mid cap , Frontier Markets, Global Bonds, Mutual European and others)
GLG Partners (GLG Japan)
ING (duurzaam aandelen, Premium Dividend)
Invesco (Asia Infrastructure, Euro Inflation linked)
Lyxor (ETF’s)
Petercam (Eur Government Bonds, Sustainable Government Bonds )
Pictet (Water Fund)
Robeco (Duurzaam)
Skagen (Kon Tiki, Global and others)
Sparinvest (Global)
Vanguard (ETF’s and Index Funds)