Information according to § 5 TMG:Resonanz Capital GmbH Eschersheimer Landstrasse 50-54 60322 Frankfurt am Main
Represented by:Iliyan Iliev Ivaylo Zonev Vincent Weber
Contact:phone: +49 69 9592 907 0 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Register Entry:Entry in Commercial Registry Registry Court: Amtsgericht Frankfurt am Main Registry Number: HRB 104755
VAT-No.:VAT-No. according to §27 a Umsatzsteuergesetz: DE306661286
Responsible for Content according to § 55 Abs. 2 RStV:Iliyan Iliev Ivaylo Zonev Vincent Weber Eschersheimer Landstrasse 50-54 60322 Frankfurt am Main
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Client Information in accordance with Article 47 of Delegated Regulation (EU) 2017/565
Being an Asset Management company, we are obliged according to Section 63 (7) of the Securities Trading Act (WpHG) to inform our customers (hereinafter referred to as “clients”) about us and our services as follows:
|Name||Resonanz Capital GmbH|
|Address||Eschersheimer Landstr. 50-54,
60322 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
|Telephone||+49 69 959290711|
|Commercial register||Frankfurt am Main, HRB 104755|
|VAT identification number:||DE306661286|
Information on Corporate Communication
Our communication languages are German and English. You can reach us by phone and e-mail using the contact details above as well as via the contact form on our website. We would be happy to arrange an appointment with you for a personal conversation in our business premises at the above address or visit you in your business premises by arrangement.
Regarding the type, frequency and timing of our reporting on the services provided, we refer to the individual agreements in the client contract.
Supervisory Authority and License
The supervisory authority responsible for us is the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin; www.bafin.de) with the addresses Graurheindorfer Straße 108, 53117 Bonn or Marie-Curie-Straße 24-28 60439 Frankfurt am Main.
The license granted to us by BaFin includes the following financial services:
- Investment brokerage (section 2 sentence 2 no. 3 WpIG)
- Investment advice (section 2 sentence 2 no. 4 WpIG)
- Financial portfolio management (section 2 sentence 2 no. 9 WpIG)
Our license is limited to the extent that we are not authorized to obtain ownership or possession of funds or securities from clients. Also, we are not authorized to manage accounts and custody accounts, we do not accept funds, we do not hold financial instruments and we are neither authorized to advise private customers nor to manage their assets.
Investor Compensation and Deposit Guarantee Scheme
We are assigned to the German deposit insurance and investor compensation scheme (www.e-d-w.de):
Entschädigungseinrichtung der Wertpapierhandelsunternehmen (EdW)
10865 Berlin, Germany
You can notify us on any complaints you may have by phone or email using the contact details below.
email@example.com or Tel. +49 69 9592 907 0
Please give us your name, your contact details and a description of your request. You will immediately receive a letter or email confirming receipt of your complaint or complaint.
We will then endeavour to clarify your concerns as quickly as possible in your interest. If this is not possible within two weeks of receipt, you will receive an interim notification from us by letter or email. You will receive a final notification from us by letter or email within four weeks of receipt. If this is not possible, we will inform you about the reasons for this and our assessment of when the clarification is expected to be completed.
Marketing and Distribution in Switzerland
Resonanz Capital has joined the Swiss ombudsman “Verein Ombudsstelle Finanzdienstleister” (OFD) and fulfils the obligation under Art. 77 FINLEG. Resonanz Capital has not registered employees in the Swiss consultant register, however – being a BaFin-regulated entity – Resonanz Capital is authorized to hold advisory meetings with Swiss Professional Clients in accordance with Art. 4 (3) FINLEG.
Top Five Trading Venues 2020
MiFID provision RTS 28 stipulates that securities companies that execute client orders must each year summarise and publish the five most important trading venues on which they executed client orders in the previous year, measured in terms of trading volumes, in respect of each defined category of financial instrument.
Resonanz Capital executes client orders exclusively for professional clients and exclusively in the equity derivatives category (see table below). In 2020, it only used the Deutsche Bank Group as a broker. In addition, there is a brokerage agreement with BNP Paribas, which only serves as a back-up.
|Class of Instrument||Equity Derivatives|
|Client category:||Professional Clients|
|Notification if >1 average trade per business day in the previous year||No|
|Top five execution venues ranked in terms of trading volumes||Proportion of volume executed as a percentage of total in that class||Proportion of orders executed as percentage of total in that class||Percentage of passive orders||Percentage of aggressive orders||Percentage of directed orders|
|Deutsche Bank Group||100%||100%||N/A||100%||N/A|
Explanation to the table
- The column “Proportion of volume traded as a percentage of total in that class” shows the share of the executed orders in terms of each financial instrument category, relative to the total volumes of the executed orders for each financial instrument category.
- The column “Proportion of orders executed as percentage of total in that class” shows the share of the executed orders in terms of each financial instrument category, relative to the total number of executed orders for each financial instrument category.
- The column “Percentage of passive orders” shows the percentage share of the executed orders in terms of each financial instrument category, providing liquidity (e.g. through limited orders), relative to the total number of executed orders for each financial instrument category.
- The column “Percentage of aggressive orders” shows the share of the executed orders in terms of each financial instrument category, drawing liquidity (e.g. through best orders), relative to the total number of executed orders for each financial instrument category.
- The column “Percentage of directed orders” shows the share of the executed orders in terms of each financial instrument category where the client has specified a specific trading centre before the order is executed, relative to the total number of executed orders for each financial instrument category.
Disclosures pursuant to Articles 3, 4 and 5 of the EU Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR)
Sustainability risks are currently not integrated into Resonanz Capital’s investment decision-making processes.
Also, adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors are currently not considered. The relevant data, necessary to determine and weight the negative sustainability effects, are not yet available on the market in sufficient scope or in the required quality. In the course of 2022 at the latest, we intend to have developed internal strategies to address the most important adverse sustainability impacts.
Pursuant to Resonanz Capital’s remuneration policy, the firm awards fixed and variable remuneration to staff. Variable remuneration is awarded on a discretionary basis and considers the performance of an individual employee, and the overall financial performance of Resonanz Capital. Since we currently do not include sustainability risks in the investment decision-making process, they have no impact on the remuneration for the time being.