The European Union (EU) Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) aims to increase transparency by requiring standardised disclosure of whether and how investment managers and their funds consider Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors. This is to improve the comparability of these types of funds, reduce the occurrence of adverse sustainability impacts and greenwashing, and provide specific information for investors to better understand the environmental and/or social characteristics or objectives of the funds.
Principal Adverse Sustainability Impacts Statement
Statement on principal adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors for T. Rowe Price (Luxembourg) Management S.à r.l. (TRPLUX)
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For information on all T. Rowe Price Funds registered across other jurisdictions, including local language versions of key fund documents such as KIDs and Sustainability-related disclosures visit www.funds.troweprice.com
General Fund Risks – Please see the prospectus for fund specific risks
Capital risk – the value of your investment will vary and is not guaranteed. It will be affected by changes in the exchange rate between the base currency of the portfolio and the currency in which you subscribed, if different. Counterparty risk - an entity with which the portfolio transacts may not meet its obligations to the fund. Equity risk – in general, equities involve higher risks than bonds or money market instruments. Geographic concentration risk – to the extent that a fund invests a large portion of its assets in a particular geographic area, its performance will be more strongly affected by events within that area. Hedging risk – a fund's attempts to reduce or eliminate certain risks through hedging may not work as intended. Investment portfolio risk – investing in funds involves certain risks an investor would not face if investing in markets directly. Management risk – the investment manager or its designees may at times find their obligations to a fund to be in conflict with their obligations to other investment funds they manage (although in such cases, all funds will be dealt with equitably). Operational risk – operational failures could lead to disruptions of fund operations or financial losses.
The SICAV funds are sub-funds of the T. Rowe Price Funds SICAV, a Luxembourg investment company with variable capital which is registered with Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier and which qualifies as an undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities (“UCITS”).
The SICAV III funds are sub-funds of the Select Investment Series III SICAV, a Luxembourg investment company with variable capital which is registered with Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier and which qualifies as an undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities (“UCITS”).
The SICAV B funds are sub-funds of the T. Rowe Price Funds B SICAV, a Luxembourg investment company with variable capital which is registered with Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier and which qualifies as an undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities (“UCITS”).
Full details of the objectives, investment policies and risks are located in the prospectus which is available with the key investor information documents (KIID) and/or key information document (KID) in English and in an official language of the jurisdictions in which the Funds are registered for public sale, together with the articles of incorporation and the annual and semi-annual reports (together “Fund Documents”). Any decision to invest should be made on the basis of the Fund Documents which are available free of charge from the local representative, local information/paying agent or from authorised distributors. They can also be found along with a summary of investor rights in English at www.troweprice.com. The Management Company reserves the right to terminate marketing arrangements.