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    • alexanderalexander
    • By alexanderalexander 13th Jan 18, 1:07 PM
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    No KID/KIID documents available for the ETFs in which I would like to invest
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    • 13th Jan 18, 1:07 PM
    No KID/KIID documents available for the ETFs in which I would like to invest 13th Jan 18 at 1:07 PM
    I'm trying to buy a couple of overseas-domiciled ETFs (they're domiciled in the USA and France respectively), but when I try to place the trade my platform won't let me, showing the message "We are unable to trade this security as there is no KID/KIID document available."

    I was vaguely aware that some rules regarding investor information had changed recently, and that platforms have withdrawn some funds as a result of them not complying. However, this is quite frustrating for me as I want exposure to a fairly obscure market which is only available via these two ETFs. Does anyone know if there's any way around this? Or, alternatively, are these overseas-domiciled ETFs likely to make KID/KIID documents available any time soon?
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    • EdSwippet
    • By EdSwippet 13th Jan 19, 10:33 PM
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    Any thoughts on workarounds
    Originally posted by nilanp
    Substitute Vanguard VUSA for VTI, and iShares CNDX for QQQ.
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