We keep a register of unitholders and their holdings. The personal information that unitholders provide will be used for administration and fulfillment of client relationship, as well as for the fulfillment of legal obligations and regulations. We may also use the personal data for marketing purposes. Personal data is not passed on to third parties. Personal information provided to us may be updated and supplemented with personal data from other registers. A client has the right to obtain free of charge an extract from us regarding stored personal data. The request must be made in writing. Request for correction of inaccurate personal data must also be made in writing.
We have the right to refuse sale to investors whose investment in the fund would be in conflict with provisions of foreign law or regulation, or whose subscription or holding of units of the fund would imply that we or the fund would have to take registration action or other measures. Each investor's investment in the fund is based on equal terms.
Principle of Equal Treatment
We apply the principle of equal treatment of unitholders, which means that no unitholder may be treated differently in relation to other unitholders.
Since tax rules are often subject to change, each investor should consult a tax advisor about the specific tax consequences that an investment in the fund may entail. The following is a summary and general description of the tax system that may be applicable to unitholders.
Gain or loss on the redemption of units are taxed for individuals as capital gains, i.e. as capital gain or capital loss. The gain is calculated as the difference between the value of the units when the units were redeemed and the sum of the actual invested capital. Dividend does not occur in the fund.
We have a dedicated compliance function that is responsible for monitoring the regulatory compliance, as well as the information and education of the employees. The compliance function operates according to instructions established by the Board and reports directly to the Board. The purpose of compliance is to ensure that we can fulfill all obligations according to the laws, regulations, and internal rules that govern our business.