Sustainability‐related disclosure

Transparency vis-à-vis our clients in terms of the sustainability approach of investment decisions and the handling of sustainability risks is a major concern of LLB Invest Kapitalanlagegesellschaft m.b.H. (hereinafter referred to as “LLB Invest KAG”). The following information includes, but is not limited to, disclosures under Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 on sustainability‐related disclosures in the financial services sector (hereinafter referred to as the “Regulation”).

As an investment company within the meaning of Art. 2(1)(e) of Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 LLB Invest KAG is to be considered a financial market participant and is subject to the pertaining rules of Regulation (EU) 2019/2088.

Information on LLB's sustainability approach

The sustainability approach of specific investment funds of LLB Invest KAG considers, inter alia, sustainability risks and how to deal with adverse sustainability impacts of investments. The document also presents LLB Invest KAG’s view on the goals of the Paris Agreement and the engagement policy of LLB Group.

The following describes the approach that is currently being implemented; relevant quantitative information, in particular with regard to final technical regulatory standards, will be added gradually after more specifications by the European legislator will have been provided.

Remuneration policy

The remuneration policy of LLB Invest KAG focuses on a long-term sustainable development of the company. Please see the following document for more details.

This is a marketing notification. The information contained in this publication constitutes neither a request or an offer, nor a recommendation on the acquisition or sale of funds or on carrying out other transactions. A marketing notification serves a mere marketing purpose, is no legally binding contractual document, is not provided for by mandatory law and does not suffice as a basis for decisions on investments or replace individual investment advice. By purchasing a fund you acquire share certificates in the fund and not the financial instruments invested in the same directly. The costs of the fund, such as, e.g., the management fee or the offering premium, reduce the return/performance of the fund.