Amplify Investment Partners (Pty) Ltd is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sanlam Investment Holdings and an authorised Financial Services Provider. Sanlam Collective Investments (RF) (Pty) Ltd is a registered Manager in terms of the Collective Investment Schemes in Securities. A schedule of fees can be obtained from the Manager.

Amplify SCI* Real Income Retail Hedge Fund

Maximum fund charges include (incl. VAT): Manager initial fee (max.): 0.00%; Manager annual fee (max.): 1.30%; Total Expense Ratio (TER): 2.03%. The Manager retains full legal responsibility of the third-party portfolio. The registered name of the fund is Amplify Sanlam Collective Investments Real Income Retail Hedge Fund.

Marble Rock is the investment manager of a similar Retail Hedge Fund (RHF) on another Manager’s platform, launched and regulated under CRISA from 1 August 2016. The said RHF employs the same investment strategy as the Amplify SCI* Real Income Retail Hedge Fund A1 with net performance quoted since its launch, 7 January 2020, and prior net performance that of the other RHF managed by Marble Rock.

Amplify SCI* Diversified Income Retail Hedge Fund

Maximum fund charges include (incl. VAT): Manager initial fee (max.): 0.00%; Manager annual fee (max.): 1.30%; Total Expense Ratio (TER): 3.06%. The Manager retains full legal responsibility of the third-party portfolio. The registered name of the fund is Amplify Sanlam Collective Investments Diversified Income Retail Hedge Fund.

Terebinth Capital is the investment manager of a similar Retail Hedge Fund (RHF) on another Manager’s platform, launched 1 April 2013, and regulated under CISCA from August 2017. The said RHF employs the same investment strategy as the Amplify SCI* Diversified Income Retail Hedge Fund A1 with net performance quoted since its launch, 12 February 2020, and prior net performance that of the other RHF managed by Terebinth .

Amplify SCI* Absolute Income Retail Hedge Fund

Maximum fund charges include (incl. VAT): Manager initial fee (max.): 0.00%; Manager annual fee (max.): 1.30%; Total Expense Ratio (TER): 3.06%. The Manager retains full legal responsibility of the third-party portfolio. The registered name of the fund is Amplify Sanlam Collective Investments Absolute Income Retail Hedge Fund.

Acumen Capital is the investment manager of a similar Retail Hedge Fund (RHF) on another Manager’s platform, launched 1 September 2009, and regulated under CISCA from September 2016. The said RHF employs the same investment strategy as the Amplify SCI* Absolute Retail Hedge Fund A1 with net performance quoted since its launch, 2 January 2020, and prior net performance
that of the other RHF managed by Acumen Capital.

Amplify SCI* Income Plus Retail Hedge Fund

Maximum fund charges include (incl. VAT): Manager initial fee (max.): 0.00%; Manager annual fee (max.): 1.30%; Total Expense Ratio (TER): 3.37%. The Manager retains full legal responsibility of the third-party portfolio. The registered name of the fund is Amplify Sanlam Collective Investments Income Plus Retail Hedge Fund.

Matrix Fund Managers is the investment manager of a similar Retail Hedge Fund (RHF) on another Manager’s platform, launched 1 October 2008, and regulated under CISCA from September 2016. The said RHF employs the same investment strategy as the Amplify SCI* Income Plus Retail Hedge Fund A1 with net performance quoted since its launch, 7 January 2020, and prior net performance
that of the other RHF managed by Matrix Fund Managers.

Amplify SCI* Enhanced Equity Retail Hedge Fund

Maximum fund charges include (incl. VAT): Manager initial fee (max.): 0.00%; Manager annual fee (max.): 1.30%; Total Expense Ratio (TER): 2.78%. The Manager retains full legal responsibility of the third-party portfolio. The registered name of the fund is Amplify Sanlam Collective Investments Enhanced Equity Retail Hedge Fund.

Peregrine Capital are the investment managers of a similar Retail Hedge Fund (RHF) on another Manager’s platform launched June 1998 and regulated under CISCA from December 2016. The said RHF employs the same investment strategy as the Amplify SCI* Enhanced Equity Retail Hedge Fund A1 with net performance quoted since its launch, 1 June 2021, and prior net performance that of the other RHFs managed by Peregrine Capital.

Amplify SCI* Managed Equity Retail Hedge Fund

Maximum fund charges include (incl. VAT): Manager initial fee (max.): 0.00%; Manager annual fee (max.): 1.30%; Total Expense Ratio (TER): 2.95%. The Manager retains full legal responsibility of the third-party portfolio. The registered name of the fund is Amplify Sanlam Collective Investments Managed Equity Retail Hedge Fund.

Oyster Catcher Investments and Truffle Asset Management are the investment managers of a similar Retail Hedge Fund (RHF) on another Manager’s platform launched 25 October 2019 and December 2012, respectively and regulated under CISCA from June 2016. The said RHF employs the same investment strategy as the Amplify SCI* Managed Equity Retail Hedge Fund A1 with net
performance quoted since its launch, 21 October 2020, and prior net performance that of the other RHFs managed by Oyster Catcher Investments and Truffle Asset Management.

Amplify SCI* Multi Strategy Retail Hedge Fund

Maximum fund charges include (incl. VAT): Manager initial fee (max.): 0.00%; Manager annual fee (max.): 1.30%; Total Expense Ratio (TER): 1.93%. The Manager retains full legal responsibility of the third-party portfolio. The registered name of the fund is Amplify Sanlam Collective Investments Multi Strategy Retail Hedge Fund.

Obsidian Capital is the investment manager of a similar Retail Hedge Fund (RHF) on another Manager’s platform, launched 1 October 2007, and regulated under CISCA from January 2017. The said RHF employs the same investment strategy as the Amplify SCI* Multi Strategy Retail Hedge Fund A1 with net performance quoted since 1 December 2021 when Obsidian Capital started managing the said RHF, and prior net performance that of the other RHF managed by Obsidian Capital.

Amplify Investment Partners (Pty) Ltd is an authorised Financial
Services Provider (FSP 712).

Sanlam Collective Investments (RF) (Pty) Ltd (“SCI”) is a registered and approved Manager in terms of the Collective Investment Schemes Control Act. Collective investment schemes are generally medium- to long-term investments. Past performance is not necessarily a guide to future performance, and the value of investments/units /unit trusts may go down as well as up. A schedule of fees and charges and maximum commissions is available from the Manager on request. Collective investments are traded at ruling prices and can engage in borrowing and scrip lending. The Manager does not provide any guarantee with respect to either the capital or the return of a portfolio. The manager has the right to close the portfolio to new investors in order to manage it more efficiently in accordance with its mandate. Income funds derive their income primarily from interest-bearing instruments. The yield is current and is calculated on a daily basis. If the fund holds assets in foreign countries it could be exposed to the following risks regarding potential constraints on liquidity and the repatriation of funds: macro-economic, political, foreign exchange. The Manager retails full legal responsibility for the co-brand portfolio’s. Collective investments are calculated on a net asset value basis, which is the total market value of all assets in the portfolio including any income accruals and less any deductible expenses such as audit fees, brokerage and service fees. Forward pricing is used. Performance is based on NAV to NAV calculations with income reinvestments done on the ex-div date. Performance is calculated for the portfolio and the individual investor performance may differ as a result of initial fees, actual investment date, date of reinvestment and dividend withholding tax. While CIS in hedge funds differ from CIS in securities (long-only portfolios) the two may appear similar, as both are structured in the same way and are subject to the same regulatory requirements. The ability of a portfolio to repurchase is dependent upon the liquidity of the securities and cash of the portfolio. A manager may, in exceptional circumstances, suspend repurchases for a period, subject to regulatory approval, to await liquidity and the manager must keep the investors informed about these circumstances. Further risks associated with hedge funds include: investment strategies may be inherently risky; leverage usually means higher volatility; short-selling can lead to significant losses; unlisted instruments might be valued incorrectly; fixed income instruments may be low-grade; exchange rates could turn against the fund; other complex investments might be misunderstood; the client may be caught in a liquidity squeeze; the prime broker or custodian may default; regulations could change; past performance might be theoretical; or the manager may be conflicted.

*The SCI acronym in the above funds to “Sanlam Collective Investments”