Information on inducements related to the investment services and products provided

General information

When providing investment services or ancillary investment services, the Company may give and receive financial and non-financial benefits to/from the third parties. Any benefits received by the Company from or given to the third parties will be considered as Inducements.

Inducements can be financial and non-financial, for example:

  • any payments and any other financial benefit;
  • non-financial benefits (valuable gifts, exclusive invitations, significant advantages, etc.).

Inducements cannot be payments or benefits, which are necessary for provision of the respective investment services or ancillary services, for example:

  • holding costs;
  • fees for transaction settlements and conversion;
  • statutory fees;
  • fees for legal services;
  • other payments.

Exceptions to the prohibition to receive inducements

Inducements received by the Company from the third parties may be kept by the Company if they:

  1. have been intended to improve the quality of the respective service provided to the Client;
  2. do not worsen the situation, how the Company adheres to its duty to act honestly, fairly and professionally in the interest of the Client;
  3. have been clearly and understandably disclosed to the Client before provision of the service.

Otherwise, received financial Inducements will be paid to the Client by transfer to the Client’s Account with the Company. On condition, that the Company has the right to keep the respective Inducement, as an exception, Inducements may be paid out to particular Clients.

The Company may receive and keep also small or insignificant non-financial benefits that may improve the quality of services provided to the Client and which, assessed according to amount and nature, do not have a negative effect on the duty of the Company to act in the interest of the Client. The acceptable insignificant non-financial benefits may be, for example:

  1. information or documentation regarding a financial instrument or investment service, which is general in its nature or personalized in order to reflect the circumstances of an individual Client;
  2. a written material of a third party that has been ordered and paid for by the corporative issuer or possible issuer in order to promote a new emission of this company, or if the third person has statutory obligations with the issuer, and the issuer is paying to it so that it would regularly develop this material on a condition that these relationships are clearly reflected in the material, and the material is simultaneously made available to all companies of investment brokers or credit institutions wishing to receive it, or to a broader public;
  3. participation in conferences, seminars and other training events on benefits and characteristics of a certain financial instrument or investment service;
  4. hospitality expressions with a reasonable de minimis value, for example, food and drinks during a work meeting or conference, seminar, or an expression of hospitality of other kind during the above-mentioned training event;
  5. flowers, souvenirs, books or representation items, if the total value of non-financial benefits received from one person during one year does not exceed the amount of one minimum monthly salary;
  6. services and various discounts offered by commercial companies or individual merchants, and which are publicly available.
  7. participation in road shows paid by a corporate issuer which are also available to investment units of other investment brokerage firms and banks or general public;

 

Provision of information to the Client

Amount of the inducements will be disclosed to the Client by the Company before providing the respective service, or will disclose it by calculation method, allowing the assessment of the payment or benefit amount.

If it is not possible to evaluate the amount of the receivables, payments or benefits before provision of the respective service, the Client will be informed about the actual amount of the payment or benefit after provision of the service. The Clients will also be individually informed once a year on the sum total of received or made payments or benefits, if the Company has continuously received inducements.

In case of questions, you can find out an accurate amount of inducements by contacting Company by phone number (+371) 67092737 by writing a email to info@renesource.lv .

Inducements in the course of providing services of portfolio management and independent advice

The Company is not permitted to receive and keep inducements within the framework of services of investment portfolio management and independent investment advice, except small or insignificant non-financial benefits.

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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