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PART 1. BASIC INFORMATION OF THE FUND

  • I.

    Overview of the Fund

    • 1.

      Name of the Fund: KODEX200 Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)

    • 2.

      Term: From initial creation of the Fund to the termination of the Trust Agreement.

    • 3.

      Fund Type: Open-ended, and publicly offered exchange traded fund

    • 4.

      Manager: Samsung Investment Trust Management Co., Ltd.

    • 5.

      Launch Date (Date of Initial Creation): October 11, 2002

    • 6.

      Trust Assets: N/A.

    • 7.

      Cause for Termination:

  • The asset manager must or may terminate the Trust Agreement of the Fund in

the following cases: ¾ If the shares of the Fund are delisted, the asset manager must terminate the Trust Agreement within 10 days from the date of delisting. ¾ If the asset manager finds it necessary to protect the interest of the public or the beneficiaries, or in the event of other inevitable cause, the asset manager may terminate the Trust Agreement upon approval of the Financial Supervisory Commission. ¾ The asset manager may terminate the Fund without approval of the Financial Supervisory Service if all beneficiaries consent to the termination; the principal of the Fund has been less than KRW 10 billion for one month, or request for redemption of all shares has been made.

  • II.

    Investment Information

    • 1.

      Investment Objective:

  • KODEX200 Exchange Traded Fund tracks the KOSPI200 Index (“Index”) announced by the Korea Exchange (“KRX”). The investment objective of this Fund is to realize the same rate of return as that of the benchmark Index.

  • It is not guaranteed that the investment objective will be achieved.

    • 2.

      Main Investment Strategy:

  • To achieve the above investment objective, the asset manager of the KODEX200 ETF (Samsung Investment Trust Management Co., Ltd.), selects from the shares comprising the KOSPI200 Index investable issues with assessed insolvency risks, and uses a representative sampling strategy, taking account of the tracking error,

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