Key Information Documents

This page provides Key Information Documents (KIDs) for packaged retail and insurance-based investor products (PRIIPS) comprising foreign exchange forward (both deliverable and non-deliverable) and foreign exchange swap products manufactured and sold by NatWest Markets Plc and NatWest Markets N.V. to retail classified customers located in the U.K. and EEA.

New Changes to PRIIPS:
The UK and the EU are introducing separate changes to the PRIIPs regulations. These changes must be applied from 1st January 2023 and will result in differences in the content of UK and EU KIDs displayed here. In summary, UK KIDs will no longer display numerical performance scenarios, instead a description of the main factors impacting investment performance, both positively and negatively including severely adverse market conditions, will be provided. EU KIDs will continue to show investment performance scenarios in numerical form, with some minor presentational changes. Minor presentational changes have also been made to the costs section in the EU KIDs. For full details of the changes made in the underlying regulations click here for the UK and here for the EU.

Please select the relevant parameters of the product (currency pair and tenor) before entering into a transaction with NatWest Markets in order to view and download the associated Key Information Document. If you cannot find the relevant Key Information Document for the product listed or wish to see historical Key Information Documents for these products, please contact us on +44 (0) 207 085 6900 (for NatWest Markets Plc) or +31 2 0464 2699 (for NatWest Markets N.V.).

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