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16 Sep 2014

CHANGE IN CUSTODIAN FOR FOORD GLOBAL EQUITY FUND SINGAPORE ("FGEF (S)")

Effective September 17, 2014 the custodian for FGEF (S) will be changed to Credit Suisse AG, Singapore Branch (Credit Suisse - Singapore) with the retirement of Royal Bank of Canada (Channel Islands) Limited on the same date.

The registered office of Credit Suisse - Singapore is at 1 Raffles Link #03-01, Singapore 039393, it is licensed as a wholesale bank under the Banking Act, Chapter 19 of Singapore and is regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.

The change has been reflected in our application form and a supplementary prospectus to the registered prospectus of the Fund which was lodged with the Monetary Authority of Singapore on 3 July 2014. You may obtain a copy of the supplementary prospectus from us or any of our authorised agents or distributors. New investors are able to obtain a new version of the application form here. Investors who would like to make additional investments into their existing holdings are able to obtain the new Application for Additional Investment to Existing Holding form here.

This notice is for your information only. Current investors do not need to take any action. These changes have no effect on your current holding of Units.

We look forward to your continued support. Should you have any queries, please contact us at +65 6521 1100 (operating hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, Singapore time) or info@foord.com.sg; or the administrator of the Fund, FundBPO Pte. Ltd., at +65 68714133 or registry@fundbpo.com.

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