What are the risks of investing in the Fund?
The Portfolio is built based on a strategic asset allocation. In implementing this strategy, it will invest invest in a number of Underlying Funds in order to get the desired asset allocation. The performance of the Portfolio will be related to the performance of the Underlying Funds held by the Portfolio.
The risks associated with the Portfolio will reflect the risks of the Underlying Funds in which the Portfolio invests. The amount of risk the Portfolio takes on from each of the Underlying Funds is directly proportional to the amount invested in each of the Underlying Funds.
The Portfolio may be exposed to capital depreciation risk, class risk, commodity risk, concentration risk, currency risk, derivative risk, emerging markets risk, equity risk, exchange-traded fund risk, fixed income risk, foreign market risk, general market risk, index risk, large investor risk, liquidity risk, sector risk, securities lending, repurchase, and reverse repurchase agreements risk, smaller companies risk and sovereign debt risk.
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