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Please note that UCA Funds Management disclosure documents should not be construed as a personal recommendation, advice or opinion. Before deciding whether to acquire a UCA Funds Management product you should seek independent advice to ensure that an investment in the Portfolios/Funds is appropriate for your particular objectives, financial situation and needs. You should also obtain independent taxation and accounting advice in relation to any investment in the Portfolios/Funds, including in relation to the impact of a managed investment gain or loss on your particular financial situation.
UCA Funds Management and the Portfolios/Funds are not prudentially supervised by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. Therefore, an investor in the Portfolios/Funds will not receive the benefit of the financial claims scheme or the depositor protection provisions in the Banking Act 1959. Investments in the Portfolios/Funds are intended to be a means for investors to support the charitable purposes of the Portfolios/Funds.
UCA Funds Management is a charitable body which offers units in the Portfolios pursuant to ASIC Class Order 02/184 (as extended by ASIC Instrument 2016/813), which provides an exemption from various fundraising, managed investment and licensing provisions of the Corporations Act for religious, educational, community and other charitable organisations.
Investors should be aware that the Portfolios are not subject to the normal requirement to have a prospectus or product disclosure statement, or be registered or have a trust deed or constitution under the Corporations Act. The Portfolios' Trust Deeds and Offer Documents have not been examined or approved by ASIC.
UCA Funds Management and the Portfolios are not prudentially supervised by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. Therefore, an investor in the Portfolios will not receive the benefit of the financial claims scheme or the depositor protection provisions in the Banking Act 1959. Investments in the Portfolios are intended to be a means for investors to support the charitable purposes of the Portfolios.
Identification Statements have been lodged and registered with ASIC under the Class Order.
UCA Funds Management is the responsible entity for these Trusts, which are registered schemes under the Corporations Act 2001. These schemes each have a constitution and product disclosure statement under that Act.