Summary of Investor Rights

Jyske SICAV is following the guidelines of ALFI Code of Conduct for Luxembourg Investment Funds.

We have chosen to follow the policies of the management company, UBS Fund Management (Luxembourg) S.A. The management company makes all policies.

In accordance with Regulation (EU) 2019/1156 on facilitating cross-border distribution of collective investment undertakings, this is a non-exhaustive summary of investor rights that are available to investors (“Investors) in funds managed by a UBS fund management company (“Funds”).

The exercise by an Investor of these rights is further subject to the terms and conditions of the relevant Fund constitutive documents i.e. the Prospectus, Articles of Association / Management Regulations or similar legal documents required to establish a fund. Please note that Investors may also be afforded rights under other legislation or regulatory frameworks not covered in this summary, including for example, investors rights as a data subject under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

  1. Right of information

    Investors are entitled, upon request, to receive information and documents about the Funds, as required by applicable law, as further described in the constitutive documents of the Fund, from the respective Fund Management Company. Additional information such as the complaints handling procedure, conflict of interest rules or voting strategy can be requested and may also be available on the Fund Management Company’s website, via the links:

  2. Right to file Complaints
    Investors are entitled to file complaints free of charge with the respective Fund Management Company:

  3. Right to Collective Redress
    The European Directive (2020/1828) on representative actions for the protection of the collective interests of consumers provides for the establishment of an appeal mechanism for consumers. This directive should be transposed into national legislations by 25 June 2023. In the meantime, Investors are encouraged to resolve any claims submitted through the respective Fund Management Company’s complaints handling procedure or through other applicable out-of-court complaint resolution mechanisms including the respective collective redress mechanisms at national level.

  4. Cessation of cross-border marketing activities
    Funds may have been notified for distribution in several EU Member States. The respective Fund Management Company may decide to terminate such arrangements made for the marketing of the Funds in accordance with art. 93a of Directive (2009/65) and art. 32a of Directive (2011/61).