Financial instruments

Renesource Capital specializes in investment services on international financial and capital markets, offering investors the opportunity to trade the wide selection of financial instruments, such as:

  • Shares, exchange-traded funds;
  • Commodities;
  • Bonds;
  • Currencies (interbank forex market);
  • Structured products;
  • Contracts for differences (CFDs);
  • Capital management;
  • Futures and futures options.

Renesource Capital provides investment services in the following financial instruments:

a) transferable securities;

b) investment certificates of investment funds and other transferable securities which certify participation in investment funds or in equivalent collective investment undertakings;

c) money market instruments - short-term (maturity term of less than 12 months) debt instruments (bonds, certificates of deposit, short-term debt instruments issued by commercial companies) and other instruments traded on money markets;

d) derivative financial instruments:

1. options, futures, swaps, futures interest rates and any other derivative financial instruments relating to securities, currencies, interest rates, yields or other derivative financial instruments, financial indices or financial measures if their conditions provide for settlement in cash or in other financial instruments;

2. options, futures, swaps, futures interest rates and any other derivative contracts relating to commodities if their conditions provide for settlement in cash or the possibility of settlement in cash at the option of one of the parties provided this is not caused by the termination of the contract because of default or other termination event;

3. options, futures, swaps, futures interest rates and other derivative contracts relating to commodities if their conditions provide for physical settlement and they are traded on a regulated market or an multilateral trading facility;

4. options, futures, swaps and other derivative financial instruments relating to commodities that are not listed in Article 3 of the Financial Instrument Market Law of the Republic of Latvia, section 2, paragraph 4, subparagraph (c) if their conditions provide for physical settlement, but not for commercial purposes and if they have the characteristics of other derivative financial instruments in accordance with Article 38 of Commission Regulation (EC) Nr. 1287/2006, provided that they are cleared and settled through recognized clearing houses and it’s required to deposit collateral for financial instruments. This Regulation implements the Directive 2004/39/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council regarding record-keeping obligations for investment companies, transaction reporting, market transparency, admission of financial instruments to trading and defines terms for the purposes of that Directive;

5. derivative instruments for the transfer of credit risk;

6. financial contracts for differences (CFDs);

7. options, futures, swaps, interest rate futures and other derivative contracts relating to climatic variables, freight rates, emission allowances, inflation rates or other official economic statistical data if their conditions provide for settlement in cash or the possibility of settlement in cash at the option of one of the parties provided this is not caused by the termination of the contract because of default or other termination event, as well as any other derivative financial instruments relating to assets, rights, obligations, indices and measures that are not listed in this Paragraph and that have the characteristics of other financial derivatives in accordance with Article 38 of Commission Regulation (EC) Nr. 1287/2006 if they are traded on a regulated market or an multilateral trading facility, cleared and settled through recognized clearing houses and it’s required to deposit collateral for financial instruments;

8. other commodity derivative instruments listed in Article 39 of Commission Regulation (EC) Nr. 1287/2006;

9. currency trading transactions that have the characteristics of derivative financial instruments listed in the subparagraphs (1) and (6) hereof;

e) structured financial products, if their trading conditions guarantee return of part of initial investment to the investor and where the underlying assets are derivative financial instruments or financial instruments whose yields are related to underlying assets listed in Article 3 of the Financial Instrument Market Law of the Republic of Latvia, section 2, paragraph 4, if the possibility is not excluded that part of the initial investment would be lost.

Risk Disclosure Statement. Margin transactions (Forex, contracts for difference CFD, futures and futures options, stock options, REPO transactions, transactions in over-the-counter derivatives and transactions using broker credit, including selling short) involve higher risk. The level of risk increases with the leverage ratio. As the result of margin transactions, relatively high profits are possible with low level of initial investments, as well as significant losses which may exceed the principal amount of investments or the amount of the collateral. Please ascertain whether margin transactions in their essence and content suit the risk profile that was assigned to you by AS IBS Renesource Capital and whether the content of margin transactions corresponds to your investment goals.

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