Swissroc Industrial Opportunities (CH) SA is not considered as a collective investment scheme under the Swiss Federal Act on Collective Investment Schemes (CISA), and is not authorized or supervised by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA). It operates as an unlisted investment company under Article 2(3) CISA, and its distribution is exclusively reserved to qualified investors. As the company is not subject to CISA, investors do not benefit from the protections provided by CISA.
Firstly, each shareholder and, secondly, Swissroc Industrial Opportunities (CH) SA will have first refusal right to acquire the shares that any shareholder wishes to transfer in any transaction other than a transfer to an affiliate of the respective shareholder. In particular, each investor must ensure that neither they nor their affiliates are qualified as a foreign persons within the meaning of the Swiss Federal Law on the Acquisition of Real Estate by Foreign Persons (LFAIE), and therefore, neither they nor any of their affiliates are subject to the LFAIE.
In Switzerland, shares of Swissroc Industrial Opportunities (CH) SA can only be offered to qualified investors under Article 10(3) and 3ter CISA and professional clients under the Financial Services Act (LSFin). Any offer or proposal to private clients under LSFin is strictly prohibited. Private clients refer to individuals who do not qualify as professional or institutional clients under LSFin. Therefore, no prospectus or key information document have been prepared or will be prepared in connection with the offering of shares in Swissroc Industrial Opportunities (CH) SA.