Important legal information
The copyright for this website, including in particular its structure, graphic design, and all content provided herein, is held by Investors TFI S.A. and protected under the provisions of the Polish Act of 4 February 1994 on Copyrights and Neighboring Rights (Dziennik Ustaw journal of laws, 2000, no. 80, item 904, as amended). Save for the exceptions provided for by law, any copying or disseminating of the content provided herein is prohibited without prior written consent from Investors TFI S.A.
Investors TFI S.A. takes great care to ensure the accuracy and reliability of all information provided on this website, particularly as concerns investment fund management and other business operations. The website may contain links to websites owned by other institutions or persons. Investors TFI S.A. shall not be liable for content of any websites it does not own, which users of the Investors website may access via links posted on the Investors website.
All information and data provided on this website is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute and may not be treated as recommendations to buy or sell fund units, nor is it to be construed as representing financial, legal, or investment advice, nor does it constitute a commercial offer in the sense of the Polish Civil Code. All individuals considering making investments in the products offered by Investors TFI S.A. are advised to seek professional investment advisory services before doing so.
All investors should be aware that investing in investment fund units / certificates carries a certain degree of investment risk. Detailed information on the risk involved in the individual investment funds is included in the Prospectuses and Key Investor Information for those funds. Consulting the most recent audited annual or half-year financial report for the given fund is also recommended.
All financial data presented on this website represents historical data. The past performance of the funds constitutes no guarantee that similar performance will be achieved in the future. The value of the investment fund units / certificates may be subject to significant fluctuations over time.
Data on the net value of the funds per unit / certificate is calculated based on the fund Statutes and does not include any front-end loads, tax charges, or other deductions that should be taken into account when calculating the final rate of return on an investment.
The net value of the assets per unit / certificate for each of the investment funds is published on each Valuation Date for that fund, in keeping with its Statutes.
The investment funds managed by Investors TFI S. A. were created and function in accordance with Polish legal regulations, based on the Act of 27 May 2004 on Investment Funds (Dziennik Ustaw journal of laws, 2004, no. 146, item 1546, as amended).
Orders and instructions concerning participation in the Investors funds may be submitted via the Investor Online transaction service or the Investor Phone transaction services, as specified in the respective Rules and Regulations for those transaction services. Both sets of Rules and Regulations are available on this website and from Investors TFI S.A. directly.
Units / certificates in the investment funds managed by Investors TFI S.A. may only be offered in countries where such transactions are permitted. In particular, under the US Securities Act of 1933 their purchase and sale is not currently permitted in the United States, to citizens of the United States, or to individuals resident in the United States. Any sort of offering or distribution of units / certificates in the Investors funds in the United States of North America, or to individuals described as a "US person", may constitute a violation of US law under the definition of Regulation S of the US Securities Act of 1933.
Electronic communication carries the risk of interference by third parties. Investors TFI S.A. continually strives to raise the level of security of electronic communication with its online service. However, due to the specific nature of electronic systems, it is impossible to eliminate the risk of third-party interference, including the risk of the user's computer system becoming infected with a computer virus from the online service.