Client information provided under the Swiss Financial Services Act (FinSA)

 

Services

Bamert & Partner AG provides an extensive market offer in the field of asset management and advisory services for its clients. All services as well as the costs and risks involved are elaborated in the respective asset management or advisory contract. 

 

Conflicts of Interest

Due to the activities of Bamert & Partner AG conflicts of interest may arise. The asset manager has taken expedient organisational measures in order to prevent such conflicts of interest from arising between him or his employees and the client and in order to exclude the possibility of client disadvantage due to such conflicts of interest.

 

Regulations

Bamert & Partner AG is subject to authorisation by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) in accordance with the Swiss Federal Act on Financial Institutions (FINIG).  Bamert & Partner AG is supervised by the independent Swiss supervisory organisation FINcontrol Suisse AG.

www.fincontrol.ch

 

Ombudsman Service

For all questions and complaints our clients might have, we affiliated with the ombudsman service for financial service providers FINOS according to FinSA.

www.finos.ch

 

Risk Information

The new Swiss FIDLEG («Finanzdienstleistungsgesetz») valid from January 1st 2020 strengthens investor protection and includes regulations regarding the provision of financial services and the offering and creation of financial instruments. Detailed information on risks associated with securities investments you can find in the respective asset management and advisory agreements  as well as in the brochure «Risks Involved in Trading Financial Instruments» issued by the Swiss Banking Association. 

 

Client Segmentation

According to the financial services act Bamert & Partner AG is obliged to classify the client according to one of the following categories: private client, professional client or institutional client. The level of investor protection is lower for professional and institutional clients than for private clients. In order to benefit from a comprehensive range of financial instruments, high-net-worth retail clients may choose to be classified as professional clients (opting-out).