Edmond de Rothschild Fund Big Data is a sub fund of the Luxembourg-regulated SICAV which is approved by the CSSF and approved for marketing in Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, United-Kingdom, Italiy and Luxembourg.

The fund is a category 6, or high risk/return fund profi le which refl ects its ability to be up to 110% exposed to equity markets. Investments made by the fund are subject to market trends and fluctuations. Investors may not recover the amount originally invested. The risks described below are not exhaustive: it is the responsibility of investors to analyse each investment’s risk and to come to their own opinion. Equity risk: share prices may move in line with factors specific to the issuing company but they may also react to external political and economic factors. Equity market fluctuations may entail changes in the sub fund’s net asset value and might have a significantly negative impact on its performance. The fund’s performance will depend on the companies selected by the asset management company. Risk from investing in small and mid caps: These stocks have smaller free floats. Market moves are consequently more pronounced both on the upside and the downside and faster than with large cap stocks. The Subfund’s net asset value may as a result see faster and wider swings. Exchange rate risk: this may exist when stocks or investments are denominated in a different currency than that of the sub fund. If the currency of portfolio holdings falls against the sub fund’s reference currency, the euro, the fund’s NAV could also fall. Interest rate risk: funds holding debt securities and money market instruments are exposed to fluctuations in interest rates. The risk is as follows: rising interest rates cause bond valuations to fall and thus a decline in the sub fund’s net asset valuation. Credit risk: valuations of debt securities and other financial instruments are influenced by the issuing company’s credit rating. As a result, their capital value fluctuates according to the market’s perception of the financial health of their issuers and this may entail a fall in the sub fund’s NAV if the outlook turns negative. Credit risk corresponds to the risk that an issuer of bonds or money market instruments might not be able to honour his commitments. Risk of concentration (the investments in certain specific sectors of the economy can have negative consequences in case of devaluation of the concerned sectors).             

September 2017. This document is non-binding and its content is exclusively designed for information purposes. Any reproduction, alteration, disclosure or dissemination of this material in whole or in part without prior written consent from the Edmond de Rothschild Group is strictly prohibited.
The information provided in this document should not be considered as an offer, an inducement, or a solicitation to deal, by anyone in any jurisdiction where it would be unlawful or where the person providing it is not qualified to do so. It is not intended to constitute, and should not be construed as investment, legal, or tax advice, nor as a recommendation to buy, sell or continue to hold any investment. EdRAM shall incur no liability for any investment decisions based on this document.
This document has not been reviewed or approved by any regulator in any jurisdiction. The regulation concerning marketing conditions of UCITS and AIFs (“Funds” hereafter) varies from country to country. The Funds presented herein may not be registered and/or authorised in your country. You should seek advice from your professional advisor if you are in doubt as to whether any of the Funds mentioned might be suitable for your individual situation.
This document is not intended for citizens or residents of the United States of America or “U.S. Persons” as defined by “Regulation S” under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933. No investment product presented herein is registered under the Securities Act of 1933 or any other United States regulation. Then, they cannot be offered or sold directly or indirectly in the United States of America, to or to the benefit of residents and citizens of the United States of America and to «U.S. Persons». The figures, comments, forward looking statements and elements provided in this document reflect the opinion of EdRAM on market trends based on economic data and information available as of today. They may no longer be relevant when investors read this document. In addition, EdRAM shall assume no liability for the quality or accuracy of information / economic data provided by third parties. Any investment involves specific risks. We recommend investors to ensure the suitability and/or appropriateness of any investment to its individual situation, using appropriate independent advice, where necessary. Furthermore, investors must read the key investor information document (KIID) and/or any other legal documentation requested by local regulation, that are provided before any subscription and available at http://funds.edram.com section, or upon request free of charge. Past performance and past volatility are not reliable indicators for future performance and future volatility. Performance may vary over time and be independently affected by, inter alia, changes in exchange rates. Performance data does not include commissions and costs incurred on subscriptions and redemptions of units or shares of the Funds. « Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management » or « EdRAM » refers to the Asset Management division of the Edmond de Rothschild Group. In addition, it is the commercial name of the asset management entities (including branches and subsidiaries) of the Edmond de Rothschild Group.

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