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This website is for use by clients that need access to legal documentation and corporate policies that support the funds in our Cross Border fund range that are regulated by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier, Luxembourg. If you wish to make an investment please contact your local sales representative. View full list of regional websites.
Costs and charges for our Luxembourg domiciled funds that you may require under MiFID II.
ESG data that you may require under MiFID II and IDD:
You can find the latest information in relation to the Target Countries which will be targeted by the Fund along with details of the timing and duration of the Initial Offering Period at the following link
Closing to additional investment with effect from 16 February 2024
Closing to additional investment with effect from 15 February 2024
Closing to new investors with effect from 18th December 2023
The investment team for this fund have agreed to disclose full portfolio details.
We announced to Invesco Funds shareholders in March that we were planning to move our account administration and our contact centre services from International Financial Data Services (Luxembourg) SA (“IFDS”) to The Bank of New York Mellon SA/NV, Luxembourg Branch (“BNYM”). This move took place on 3 May 2021 as planned.
You can find voting records for the Invesco Funds SICAV at the following link. Kindly note that not all share classes are suitable for all investors and investors should ensure that they comply with the restrictions applicable to the share classes as disclosed in the relevant legal documentation of the fund. Availability of a share class could vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. To obtain further information on the availability of share classes in your jurisdiction, please refer to the appropriate internet site or your local Invesco office.
View the Invesco controversial weapons policy.
The London Inter-bank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is one of the most commonly used interest rate benchmarks in global financial markets. A major transition is currently underway across the financial industry to switch from LIBOR, to alternative reference rates (ARRs) as a priority. The publication of LIBOR is expected to cease by the end of 2021.
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