Funds of Whitley Asset Management Ltd

Whitley Asset Management Ltd

European MiFID Template (EMT)

An industry standard document that provides a description of the minimum set of data (defining a product’s target market, distribution strategy which is consistent with the identified target market and disclosing its costs and charges) from product manufacturers of financial instruments to distributors, firms who distribute these products.

The Sub-Funds are suitable for all investor types of all levels of knowledge and experience coming into the Sub-fund from all available distribution channels. Investors should be seeking no capital guarantee and be able to bear losses up to their full investment.

These Sub-Funds seeks to increase capital and has a neutral stance on income over the long term (>5y).

Further information on the intended target market for the Sub-Funds is available from the ACD upon request. If you are in any doubt as to the suitability of any of the Sub-Funds, you should consult an appropriately qualified financial adviser prior to making an investment.

All investors are expected to have also read the relevant Key Investor Information Document (KIID) which is intended to help investors understand the nature and risks of investing in the Sub-Funds. Please refer to the latest EMT or KIID for the Synthetic Risk Reward Indicator (SRRI).

Supplementary Information Document (SID)

Individual application form

Institutional application form

Reports & Accounts  (including Assessment of Value Report)

Key Investor Information Document

The Key Investor Information Document (KIID) is not marketing material. A KIID contains the essential information for understanding the nature and risks of a fund. Each Fund has its own KIID.

Where your client invests directly with us, we must confirm that they have seen up-to-date versions of the required documents before we can proceed.

Further information is contained in the full prospectus, copies of which can be obtained by telephoning us free of charge on 0141 222 1151.