Investment objective: The investment objective of OSSIAM SHILLER BARCLAYS CAPE® US SECTOR VALUE TR (the “Fund”) is to replicate, before the Fund’s fees and expenses, the performance of the Shiller Barclays CAPE® US Sector Value Net TR Index closing level. The Shiller Barclays CAPE® US Sector Value Net TR Index (the “Index”) is a total return index (net dividends reinvested) expressed in USD, sponsored by Barclays (the “Index Provider”) and calculated and published by Bloomberg Index Services Limited (the “Calculation Agent”). The Shiller Barclays CAPE® US Sector Value Net TR Index reflects the performance of a dynamic long exposure to 4 US equity sectors which are selected every month according to their Relative CAPE® (Cyclically Adjusted Price Earnings) ratio and price variations over the prior 12 months (the “12- month price momentum”). Exposure to US equity sectors is achieved through S&P Sector Indices (the “Sub-Indices”) which capture the performance of the US companies represented by S&P 500 Index. Sector constituents of the Index will be selected on a monthly basis based on the Shiller Barclays CAPE® Index Family Methodology. Each of the 4 selected sub-indices is allocated the same weight (25%) at each rebalancing. For a detailed description of the Index, see section “Description of the Index” in the relevant Fund Appendix of the Prospectus. Investment policy: In order to achieve its investment objective, the Fund will primarily use swaps with the objective of tracking the Index performance through synthetic replication. In that case, the Fund will invest in a portfolio of assets, the performance of which will be exchanged against the performance of the Index or a related index, or a portfolio of its constituents through swap agreements with a swap counterparty. This method implies a counterparty risk as described in the below Risk and Reward Profile. The net asset value per share of the Fund will therefore increase (or decrease) according to the evolution of the Index. The counterparty to the swaps will be a first class financial institution that specializes in this type of transaction. The Fund may also enter into multiple swap agreements with multiple swap counterparties with the same characteristics as previously described. The Fund may, with due regard to the best interest of its Shareholders, decide to switch partially or totally from one of the above described policies to the other (i.e. synthetic replication vs. physical replication). In both replication strategies, the Fund shall be permanently invested for a minimum of 60% in equities or rights issued by companies having their registered office in OECD countries. In addition and on an ancillary basis, the Fund may use other derivatives for hedging and investment purposes and enter into securities lending and borrowing transactions as well as repurchase agreement transactions, as described under “Use of Derivatives, Special Investment and Hedging Techniques” in the Prospectus.