How to invest

There are a number of ways in which you can invest with Blackfriars.

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Download and complete an application form,
then return it to us by post or by fax.

Blackfriars Asset Management Limited offers both A and B share classes in USD, EUR and GBP.
Please use the application form which may be found on each fund page:

Developing Markets Focus
Oriental Focus

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The sub funds are available on the following platforms: Aviva, Ascentric, Cofunds (institutional), Elevate, Novia, Nucleus, Raymond James and Transact.

Clients can deal through Calastone, EMX and Clearstream.

Application forms should be sent to:

Blackfriars Developing Markets Funds
c/o RBC Investor Services Ireland Limited
George's Quay House, 43 Townsend Street
Dublin 2 Ireland

Telephone: + 353 1613 0400                               Facsimile: + 353 1 613 0401




 

PLEASE NOTE

Subscriptions or notice of redemptions must be received by the Administrator in Dublin prior to 4pm (UK time) on the business day prior to the next dealing day. If an instruction is made by fax then an original document must follow by post.

Fund eligibility: the sub-funds contained within the Blackfriars Developing Markets Funds UCITS are all eligible for investment within ISA and SIPP products.

Shares in the Establishment Investment Trust are traded daily on the London Stock Exchange (ET.LN) and may be bought through a stockbroker or authorised dealer in securities.

Risk Warnings

All potential investors should ensure that they have familiarised themselves with the relevant risk warnings and regulatory requirements before any investment is made. All potential investors must carefully read the offering document which will contain significant additional information needed to evaluate investment in the fund and important disclosures regarding risks, fees and expenses. The offering document is the sole document upon which potential investors should rely. Recipients in any doubt about the content of this website should seek advice from an independent professional adviser.