Important Regulatory Information from Amati
Please read this section which contains the legal and regulatory restrictions which apply to any investment in our products or services referred to in this website.
None of our products is offered for sale in any country in which an offer is not permitted under applicable law. The information on our products is, under no circumstances, to be considered as an offer or solicitation to deal in investments in any jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or distribution would be unlawful, including, but not limited to, the United States of America. Investment in any of the products or services described should only be made on the basis of the applicable Offer Document, Prospectus, Information Memorandum or Investment Management Agreement.
The information contained in this site has been compiled with considerable care to ensure its accuracy at the date of publication. However, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made to its accuracy or completeness. Nothing in this information or elsewhere in this website shall exclude, limit or restrict our duties and liabilities to you under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 or any conduct of business rules with which we are bound to comply. Any research or analysis contained in this website has been procured by Amati for its own use and may be acted on in that connection. It is provided to you only incidentally, and any opinions expressed are subject to change without notice.
The information on this website does not in any way constitute investment, tax, legal or other advice. If you are in any doubt about any of the information on this website please consult your financial or other professional adviser.
Amati Global Investors is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The ultimate parent is Amati Global Partners LLP.
The company is entered on the Financial Conduct Authority's register. The company number is SC199908 and the FCA number is 198024.
You can access the Financial Conduct Authority's register on the FCA website for more information.
The anti-money laundering legislation requires us to carry out identity verification checks on our clients. If we cannot adequately verify you or your client's identification in accordance with the legislation, we reserve the right to refuse the investment. If the funds are invested prior to the identity checks being carried out, we will not release the proceeds until we receive adequate verification of you or your client's identity.
Risk Factors - General
Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. The price of investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise. An investor may not get back the original amount invested, unlike savings accounts in a bank or building society, where the capital is guaranteed. Any tax benefits mentioned are those currently available and may be subject to change. Their value depends on the personal circumstances of the investor. Changes in the rates of exchange may cause the value of overseas investments to go up or down. Specific risks associated with particular investments are detailed in the information pages that relate to those investments.
Unless otherwise stated, all information stated above relates to the situation as at January 2010.
If you would like further information on the Financial Conduct Authority, you can access the FCA website here.
Pillar 3 Disclosures
The Basle II Accord has been implemented in the European Union through the Capital Requirements Directive ('CRD'). The CRD details the standard regulatory capital framework for the financial services industry within the EU and consists of three pillars:
- Pillar 1 specifies the minimum capital requirements of firms to cover credit, market and operational risk;
- Pillar 2 requires firms to assess the need to hold additional capital to cover risks not covered under Pillar 1; and
- Pillar 3 requires a set of disclosures to be made which enable market participants to assess information on firms' capital, risk exposures and risk management procedures.
The Financial Conduct Authority ('FCA') holds responsibility for implementing the CRD within the UK and has set out its minimum disclosure requirements in its Handbook under BIPRU 11.
Amati Global Investors' Pillar 3 Disclosure document is available via the link on the right.