Invest in Triodos Bank
Your opportunity to buy Depository Receipts in Triodos Bank NV
- Become an investor in Triodos Bank
- An investment with an average historic return of 4.7%* - showing that sustainability pays
- Minimum investment of just one Depository Receipt
- Available to individuals and organisations
*Average annual return in euro over the last 5 years to 31-01-2017. All returns are calculated based on net asset value, including reinvestment of dividends. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Investment decisions must only be made on the basis of the Prospectus, and not on any information provided in this summary. You should take independent financial advice if you are unsure about whether to invest.
Investments are not covered by the Dutch deposit guarantee scheme, however they may be covered by the Investor compensation scheme. For more information on these schemes please read the deposit guarantee scheme and investor compensation scheme page.
Before an application form can be issued you must demonstrate that, based on your knowledge and experience as an investor and the investment that you wish to make, Depository Receipts are suitable for you.
To do this, you must complete and sign a declaration confirming that:
- Depository Receipts are an appropriate type of investment for you based on your knowledge and experience of this type of investment; and
- You are eligible to invest in Depository Receipts based on your understanding of the possible consequences of high risk investments and/or ability to minimise the impact of making an investment of this nature.
If you can't print out a declaration call us on 0800 328 2181 and we'll send you one.
We cannot accept applications for Depository Receipts from non UK residents, United States persons or individuals who are under 18 years of age. If any of these apply to you, do not proceed with completing a self declaration.
Investment in the underlying investment instrument is intended to be for the long term and income from your investment may fluctuate. Investing in Depository Receipts is not the same as investing money in a bank account as your capital is at risk and you may not get back the full amount that you invested. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. It may be difficult to sell or realise your investment, or to obtain reliable information about its value or other risks to which it is exposed and you may not get back the full amount invested.
Depository Receipts are denominated in euro, and dividends are paid in euro. The return on investments you make in sterling is therefore also subject to movements in the exchange rate between euro and GB pounds.