This website is for use by clients that need access to legal documentation and corporate policies that support Invesco Investment Management Limited.
Invesco Investment Management Limited is the management company for the Short-Term Investments Company (Global Series) plc, regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland and the Invesco EMEA ETF fund ranges (Invesco Markets plc, Invesco Markets II plc and Invesco Markets III plc). If you wish to access legal documentation for the Invesco EMEA ETF fund ranges, please follow this link: etf.invesco.com
Short-Term Investments Company (Global Series) plc – Daily fund data
EMT costs and charges
Costs and charges for our funds that you may require under MiFID II
Implementation of FATCA and CRS rules at Invesco
Details about FATCA and CRS and how it may impact investors.
Please note that all investor holdings, categorised as unclaimed distributions and / or unclaimed redemptions and defined as Investor Money under S.I. No. 604 of 2017 Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Act 2013 (Section 48(1)) Investment firms Regulations 2017, have been transferred from Invesco Global Asset Management DAC to Invesco Investment Management Ltd, as of 17 May 2019. There is no change to any terms and conditions of your investment. If you have any queries, please contact Queries@invesco.com
Remuneration Policy of the Management Company
A copy may be obtained, free of charge, at the registered office of the Manager.
Shareholder Complaint Handling Procedure
You can find voting records for UCITS ETFs at the following link. Kindly note that not all share classes are suitable for all investors and investors should ensure that they comply with the restrictions applicable to the share classes as disclosed in the relevant legal documentation of the fund. Availability of a share class could vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. To obtain further information on the availability of share classes in your jurisdiction, please refer to the appropriate internet site or your local Invesco office.
View the Invesco controversial weapons policy.