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Terms and Conditions


None of the information contained in this website constitute an invitation or solicitation to invest in any shares or units of the Funds, nor does it constitute any investment advice or recommendation to acquire or dispose of any investment or to engage in any transactions. Before acting on any information in this website, you should consider whether any investment, security or strategy is suitable for your particular circumstance and, if necessary, seek independent professional advice.

• Securities investment funds (hereinafter referred to as “funds") are a long-term investment instrument whose main function is to diversify investments and reduce the risks associated with investing in individual securities. Unlike financial instruments such as bank savings and bonds which provide fixed income, investors may share the return of a fund's investments on the basis of their holdings and they may also share the losses from the fund's investments.

A fund may face various risks in the process of investment operation, including not only market risk but also internal risks such as management risk, technical risk and compliance risk. Large-quantity redemption risk is unique to open-end funds, that is, investors are likely able to redeem only part of the fund shares held in case the net fund shares of redemption in a single trading day exceed 10% of the total fund shares.

• Funds have different types that target investors with different investment requirements, including equity funds, hybrid funds, bond funds, and money market funds, which carry different levels of expected returns and risks. In general, the higher a fund's expected return, the greater risk it entails. 

• Before investing in the fund, investors should carefully read the fund’s relevant legal documents such as the contract and prospectus, understand the fund’s risk-return profile, and determine whether the fund matches their risk tolerance in light of factors such as purpose of investment, term of investment, investment experience, and asset status.

• The fund manager promises to manage and operate the fund assets honestly, conscientiously, and diligently, but does not guarantee a positive return or minimum return. Past performance and net asset value of a fund are not indicative of its future performance. The fund manager will disclose to investors the principle that they will bear the investment risks in respect of the fund by themselves, meaning that investors will bear the investment risks resulting from any change in operation or net asset value of the fund.  

• Investors shall subscribe for or redeem fund units with the fund manager or other institutions qualified to distribute fund products. Please read the fund’s prospectus and relevant announcements for the list of fund distribution institutions.