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Global Flexible Fund

Long-Term Growth
Risk Rating: Moderate-Aggressive

Launch Date
August 2015
UCITS Compliant


Performance Target
EAA USD Flexible Allocation
Risk Rating


EAA USD Flexible Allocation

The Rezco Global Flexible Fund’s emphasis is on active stock selection. The Fund aims to achieve long-term capital growth through investments in a portfolio of global asset classes by pursuing a global macro-economic strategy with a long-term investment horizon.



What is a SICAV?

A SICAV is an incorporated publicly traded open-end investment fund structure (a Fund/a Company) offered and regulated in western Europe. Shares in the Fund are bought and sold based on the current net asset value of the Fund. A SICAV functions as the “umbrella” investment company under which sub-funds are formed e.g. the Rezco Global Flexible Fund, each distinguishable by their specific investment policy or other specific feature.

What is a UCITS?

An incorporated fund structure (e.g. the Rezco SICAV) that qualifies as an as an undertaking for collective investment in transferable securities akin to mutual funds (United States of America) or a registered collective investment scheme (South Africa). A UCITS is intensely regulated and is seen to be a safe investment vehicle.

Where is the Rezco SICAV registered?

The Rezco SICAV is registered in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

Is the REZCO SICAV regulated?

Yes. The Rezco SICAV is regulated by the Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) which is responsible for the financial regulation in Luxembourg.

What is a Prospectus?

A legal document approved by the CSSF and issued by the Company setting out the details about the investment offering for sale to the public. The prospectus can be accessed by clicking here.

What is a KIID?

A Key Investor Information Document (KIID) is a legal document, the form and content of which is prescribed in law. It serves as simplified prospectus that provides investors with important disclosures and comprehensible content about a particular sub-fund to supply a potential investor with the minimum information required to make an investment decision.

What is the difference between a KIID and a Fund Fact Sheet?

The KIID is a minimum disclosure document required in terms of Luxembourg law. A Fund Fact Sheet is not required in terms of Luxembourg law, but provides additional information regarding the sub-fund that may be informative for an investor/potential investor, i.e. top ten holdings, asset allocations etc.

Who are the service providers?

Management Company
ONE fund management S.A.
Cubus 3, 4 rue Peternelchen
L-2370 Howald
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
Tel: +352 26 64 1

A UCITS must, in terms of the law, appoint an approved Management Company which is responsible for overseeing and monitoring i) compliance with Part 1of Law 17 December 2010; ii) distribution; iii) investment management; and iv) administration.

State Street Bank Luxembourg S.C.A.
49, Avenue J.F. Kennedy
L-1855 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

A UCITS must appoint a Depositary to take custody of and keep record of all the assets in each sub-fund.

Register & Transfer Agent
State Street Bank Luxembourg S.C.A.
(International Financial Data Services Luxembourg)
49, Avenue J.F. Kennedy
L-1855 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Appointed by the Rezco SICAV to maintain the register of shareholders/investors in the Fund and to attend to the administration and processing of investment instructions by shareholders/investors, which includes conducting the required client due diligence in terms of Luxembourg anti-money laundering/counter-terrorist financing law.

Investment Manager
Rezco Asset Management (Pty) Ltd
146 Main Road, Walmer
Port Elizabeth
South Africa

Deloitte Audit S.a.r.l.
560, rue de Neudorf
L-2220 Luxembourg
Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

South African Sub-Distributor
Rezco Collective Investments Ltd
146 Main Road, Walmer
Port Elizabeth
South Africa

The appointed distributor in South Africa authorised in terms of section 65 of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act 45 of 2002 to market and distribute shares in the Fund to the South African public. Rezco Collective Investments serves as point of contact in South Africa for investors to submit investment instructions, and assists in liaising with the Transfer Agent in Luxembourg in administrating investment instructions.

Can I view my investment statement online?

Yes, by clicking here.

Do you have a privacy notice that can be viewed?

Yes, by clicking here.