What are KIIDs?
A KIID (Key Investor Information Document) is an information sheet provided by the fund manager that includes all the key facts and figures about a fund. It describes what the fund does, the investment risk, charges and performance to help you assess whether a particular investment fund meets your needs. It comes in a standardised format, set out in European regulations. The aim is to enable potential investors to make comparisons between different funds and to facilitate informed investment decisions.
You can find KIIDs for each fund you’re investing in by heading to the Accounts tab and selecting the name of the fund > More info > Fund information. You can also email a copy of the KIID to yourself via the button in the top right.