What is the difference between a KIID and a KID?
All funds have important documents you should read before you invest in them. These used to be called Key Investor Information Documents (KIIDs). But they’re now being simplified, and in the coming year you’ll start to see Key Information Documents (KIDs) instead.
Both KIIDS and KIDS give you important information about the fund – including its charges, risk rating and investment profile. Some funds have Supplementary Information Documents (SIDs) too, which you should also take the time to read.
- What are your charges for dealing internationally?
- What is the difference between income and accumulation units?
- Are there any special requirements before I can deal in international markets?
- Will I always get a quote when I try to place a deal?
- How can I pay money into my account?
- What is the PTM levy?