First published 6 July 2015
Final date for submissions
Saturday 15 August 2015
(this consultation has concluded)
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Risk indicators are an important part of the disclosure information about managed funds. The indicators measure the volatility of past returns, which gives investors a simple tool for assessing and comparing the volatility of funds. It is intended to help investors make investment decisions.
This consultation paper proposes guidance on how managed funds should describe a fund’s risk category, the methodology for calculating risk indicators, what to look out for when naming the funds to reflect their risk profile, and when to update investors when a fund’s risk category changes.
We are also seeking feedback from businesses on how to describe a fund’s volatility, how to name funds to reflect their risk profile, and the cost-benefit analysis of updating Product Disclosure Statements when a fund’s risk category changes.
Read the full consultation paper here.
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