When units in an investment fund are sold, withholding tax (the so-called ‘Reynders tax') may be due in some cases on the capital gains realised. This overview includes an asset test showing which investment funds are subject to this levy (Belgian withholding tax).
Investor Information Document (KIID)
The Key Investor Information Document will help you understand the nature of investment funds and the risks associated with them. In this way, the document enables you to make well-informed investment decisions.
of KBC’s fund offering
It is sometimes necessary, in the investor’s interest, to merge or liquidate a sub-fund or investment fund. Find out more in this overview.
- Press releases
Here, you can consult the press releases on prospectus updates and the involved sub-funds.
Where are the assets in which your investment fund
A custodian literally takes custody of the assets in which your investment fund invests. They also perform a number of checks. Read here about who has assumed this important task for your investment fund.
- Update on the tax on custody
In the summer of 2017, the government decided to implement tax on custody accounts from 2018. The act came into force on 10 March 2018. A summary of the scope of this act is provided here.
Investment risk and return: a long-term
Past performance is no guarantee for the future… but what will the future bring?
Information and publications
For each investment product, consult information such as the investment policy, risks and key data - and documents such as the prospectus and the Key Investors Information document (KIID).
About us: guidelines and procedures
This report provides you with more information on how entities in the KBC Asset Management group organise their remuneration policy.
KBC Asset Management has drawn up clear guidelines on how voting rights are to be used. At all times, voting is done in the interests of investors during the annual general meeting of a company. Read the guidelines on voting rights here.
- Read these important General guidelines for share recommendations
- Changed recommendations in the past 12 months
- Our jargon buster:
- Buy: the analyst expects the price of the share to rise by at least 10% over the next six months.
- Increase: the analyst expects the price of the share to rise by up to 15% over the next six months.
- Hold: the analyst expects the price of the share to increase or decrease by up to 5% over the next six months.
- Decrease: the analyst expects the price of the share to fall by up to 15% over the next six months.
- Sell: the analyst expects the price of the share to fall by at least 10% over the next six months.