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The KIID is a pre-contractual information document which will replace the Simplified Prospectus for UCITS Funds and must be in place by 1 July 2012. Henderson will replace the Simplified Prospectus for Henderson UCITS funds on 18 June 2012. Please ensure you have read an up-to-date version of the Key Investor Information Document (KIID) for each fund you wish to invest in.

 

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