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The funds Excalibur and Trude are managed by Excalibur Asset Management AB and are so called special funds governed by the law (2013:561) on Alternative Investment Fund Managers, and are not covered by the provisions of the Council Directive of 20 December 1985 on the Coordination of Laws, Regulations and Administrative Provisions relating to Undertakings for Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS) (85/611/EEC), as amended, (the ”UCITS Directive”), thus Swedish national funds can only be marketed in Sweden.
This website is not intended, and should not be considered a recommendation by Excalibur Asset Management AB, that users of the website should purchase units in any funds managed by Excalibur Asset Management AB. Prospective purchasers should form their own opinion of any potential investment in any of the funds, taking into account the information contained in the information brochures, fund prospectus and fact sheets for Excalibur and Trude.
There is no guarantee that an investment in the funds Excalibur or Trude will not lead to a loss. This is also the case even if there is a positive development in other parts of the financial markets. Historical development is no guarantee for future returns. Any means invested in the funds can appreciate as well as depreciate in value and there is no guarantee that the full invested value will be returned. The funds value may vary a lot due to the composition of the funds and the methods of portfolio management used.
Distribution of information in respect of the funds managed by Excalibur Asset Management AB in certain jurisdictions may be restricted by law. Persons that are contemplating to request such information are required by Excalibur Asset Management AB to inform themselves about and observe such restrictions.
The units of the funds in Excalibur and Trude may be marketed to both professional and non-professional investors in Sweden. Excalibur Asset Management AB also have the right to market Excalibur to professional investors in Finland, Luxembourg, Ireland, the Netherlands, Great Britain and Norway.
The units of the funds Excalibur and Trude, with its different share classes and feeder funds, have not been registered, and will not be registered, in accordance with any securities legislation in the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia or elsewhere and may not be offered or sold to or within the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia or in any other country where such offer or sale would conflict with applicable laws or regulations. No information of any nature may be transmitted to parties in these countries except pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, the registration requirements of such applicable securities legislation. Nor may the units of Excalibur and Trude be offered or sold to persons in these countries except pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, the registration requirements of such applicable securities legislation.
No offering of units, as applicable, is or will be made to persons whose participation in Excalibur or Trude requires that further information brochures or prospectus are issued or that registration or other measures are taken in addition to those required under Swedish law. Excalibur Asset Management AB has no responsibility whatsoever for determining that an investment from outside Sweden is being made in accordance with the law of that country.
Any dispute, controversy or claim arising out of or in connection with information regarding Excalibur or Trude shall be settled in accordance with Swedish legislation exclusively by a Swedish court of law.
Except for certain information related to specific market conditions, the information on this website has been prepared in Swedish and translated into English only for the convenience of non-Swedish readers. In the event of any discrepancies between the Swedish and the English versions of the website, the Swedish version shall prevail.