Local Unit Trust Disclosures

Collective Investment Schemes in Securities (Unit trusts) are generally medium to long-term investments. The value of participatory interests (units) may go down as well as up and past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance. Unit trusts are traded at ruling prices and can engage in borrowing and scrip lending. The manager may borrow up to 10% of the market value of the portfolio where insufficient liquidity exists. A schedule of fees and charges and maximum commissions is available on request from the management company, RECM Collective Investments (Pty) Ltd (RECM).

Commission and incentives may be paid and if so, would be included in the overall costs. Forward pricing is used. Funds are valued daily at 15h00. Instructions must reach RECM before 14h00 to ensure same day value (before 11h00 for the RECM Money Market Fund). Fluctuations or movements in exchange rates may cause the value of underlying international investments to go up or down. Different classes of units apply to these portfolios and are subject to different fees and charges.

Unit trust prices are calculated on a net asset value basis, defined as the total market value of all assets in the unit portfolio including any income accruals and less any permissible deductions (brokerage, uncertificated securities tax, VAT, auditors' fees, bank charges, custodian fees, trustee fees and the annual management fee) from the portfolio divided by the number of units in issue. These portfolios may be closed.

RECM Collective Investments (Pty) Ltd, Company Registration Number: 2004/027540/07, is a member of the Association for Savings and Investment SA (ASISA). Trustees: The Standard Bank of SA Limited, PO Box 54, Cape Town, 8000.