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ix. Umbrella Qualifying Investor AIFs

1. An umbrella Qualifying Investor AIF which is an investment company shall, in its prospectus, include the words: "An umbrella fund with segregated liability between sub-funds". Investment companies constituted as umbrella Qualifying Investor AIFs which were authorised and commenced trading before 30 June 2005 and which do not have segregated liability between sub-funds must clearly disclose the potential risks to unitholders arising from the absence of the segregation of liability between sub-funds.

2. Where the Qualifying Investor AIF, which is an umbrella Qualifying Investor AIF, issues a supplement to its prospectus, it shall state, in the supplement that it is constituted as an umbrella Qualifying Investor AIF and name the other existing sub-funds or provide that these will be available upon request.

3. Where the Qualifying Investor AIF is an umbrella Qualifying Investor AIF, it shall, in its prospectus disclose the extent to which one sub-fund can invest in another and the condi