An SRRI or an internal indicator using the same calculation algorithm - SRRI (Synthetic Risk and Reward Indicator) indicates the volatility of the value of an investment instrument in the currency of the instrument, and thus its risk over time. The SRRI can range from 1 (lowest risk) to 7 (highest risk). It is based on legislation in connection with the European UCITS IV Directive. The indicator expresses the historical development of the value of the investment, so it cannot be considered as an indicator of future development. In the Key Information document, some funds may state the value of the SRI under the PRIIPs regulation. The values of these two indicators may differ due to different calculation algorithms.