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What is a KIID?
Key Investor Information Document (KIID): Each fund share class has its own KIID. Its aim is to help you decide whether a particular fund meets your needs. It comes in a standardised format and contains specific information about the fund, such as its investment objectives and policy, the risk and reward profile of the investment. The KIID should be read in conjunction with the SID.
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