The KIIDs are alright with UCITS IV financial translation services from CLS Communication

The new EU UCITS IV regulation requires a Key Investor Information Document (KIID) for all UCITS funds

Basel, (PresseBox) - The new EU UCITS IV regulation requires a Key Investor Information Document (KIID) for all UCITS funds. KIIDs mark a new departure in the fund industry because they have to be brief and easy to read with a pre-defined format comprising performance data, two graphs and a risk profile. They must also be updated regularly, be translated into at least one official language of all the countries where they are distributed, and have a data audit trail. All this is a major challenge for fund houses.

CLS Communication has a long history of excellent service to the financial sector. We have put together a team of experienced linguists to enable you to meet the challenges of the new UCITS requirement. Our financial translators, editors and copywriters have extensive expertise in the asset management business and thanks to CLS's quality-certified (ISO9001) production and operational processes and technologies, we can assure linguistic accuracy in any language.

See http://www.cls-communication.com/en/node/1707/

CLS Communication AG

CLS Communication ( www.cls-communication.com ) is specialised in creating, translating and administering multilingual documentation in finance, life science, insurance, consulting, legal, utilities and telecoms. Founded in 1997, CLS Communication is now a global language service provider headquartered in Switzerland. CLS Communication enables its clients to communicate effectively in all languages.



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