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The price and value of investments mentioned and any income that might accrue could fall or rise or otherwise vary. Past performance is not a basis to assess future performance. For investments denominated in a currency other than your base currency, exchange rate fluctuations may have an adverse effect on the value and returns of your holdings. Neither AAB, nor Lake, nor any of its representatives or employees accept any liability whatsoever for any direct or consequential loss arising from any use of this document or its contents.
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Investments may have no public market or only a restricted secondary market. Where a secondary market exists, it is not possible to predict the price at which investments will trade in the market or whether such market will be liquid or illiquid. These investments will not be listed or traded on any exchange and pricing information may be more di cult to obtain. The liquidity of these types of investments may be adversely affected, and there may be no market (illiquid).
Certain investment instrument’s retention of value is dependent not only on the value of the underlying asset, but also on the creditworthiness of the Issuer and/or guarantor (as applicable). Such creditworthiness may change over the term of the investment instrument. In the event of default by the issuer and/or guarantor of the investment and/or any third party, the investment or any income derived from such contracts is not guaranteed and investors may not get back what was originally invested and may lose all the investment. Where this document relates to collective investment schemes or other bundled products investors should refer to the relevant offering document and in particular the risk section of such document.
Certain investment funds strategies (e.g. some hedge funds and property funds) may include the use of leverage (borrowing) and derivative instruments resulting in additional risks. Leveraged investments, by their nature, increase the potential loss to investors resulting from any depreciation in the value of such investments. Consequently, a relatively small price movement in a leveraged instrument may result in a substantially greater loss to the fund’s net asset value. The market in some of the investments made as part of a fund’s strategy may be relatively illiquid, giving rise to potential difficulties in valuing and disposing of such investments. Information for determining the value of investments held by a fund may not be readily available, including an accurate risk profile.