Rede Partners LLP is authorised and regulated by the Fiancial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom. Rede Partners (Americas) LLC is an SEC registered broker dealer under the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 and a member in good standing of FINRA and SIPC. Rede Partners LLP and Rede Partners (Americas)LLC are referred to collectively as Rede Partners.
NOTICE TO CANADIAN INVESTORS
Rede Partners is relying on the international dealer exemption pursuant to sections 8.18 of National Instrument 31-103 Registration Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing Registrant Obligations in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan (collectively, the Jurisdictions).
Further to relying on such exemption, we advise that: (i) Rede Partners is not registered in the Jurisdictions to act as a dealer; (ii) the address of the head office of Rede Partners is 110 Park Street, 3rd Floor, London W1K 6NX, United Kingdom; and (iii) all or substantially all of Rede Partner’s assets may be situated outside of Canada. For details of the appointed service agent in the relevant province please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS
By using this website, you are accepting the practices and consenting to the terms below. If you do not consent to all of the terms below, then you should immediately discontinue your use of and access to this website.
OWNERSHIP AND TRADEMARKS
“Rede Partners” is the trade name for Rede Partners LLP and its affiliates. The trademarks, logos and service marks used on the website are registered trademarks of Rede Partners. Nothing on the Website shall be interpreted as granting any licence or right to use any image, trademark, logo or service mark on the website. Rede Partners reserves all rights with respect to copyright and trademark ownership of all material on the website and will enforce such rights to the full extent by permissible by law.
Rede Partners may link to third party web sites, and third-party web sites may link to this website. Links are provided only as a convenience. The inclusion of any link is not and does not imply an affiliation, endorsement, approval, verification or monitoring by Rede Partners of any information contained in any third-party website. Rede Partners is not responsible for the content of any site linked or linking to this site. Your linking to any off-site pages or other sites is at your own risk.
This website, including, without limitation, the information and documents herein (the “Contents”), is intended exclusively for professional clients as defined under the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive 2004/39/EC. This website and its Contents are made available exclusively for the educational purposes only. This website is not intended for any other use or purpose.
CONTENTS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS A FINANCIAL PROMOTION, SOLICITATION, RECOMMENDATION OR ADVICE
This website does not constitute an offer or solicitation to buy or sell securities, a recommendation, or advice. Rede Partners only deals with institutional accounts as defined in FINRA Rules 2111(b) and does not make any assessment as to suitability of any investment opportunity on behalf of any person.
CUSTOMER IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM
Rede Partners is a regulated financial services provider and is required under various regulations aimed at combatting the finding of terrorism and money laundering activities to obtain, verify, and record information about the identities of each person or entity with which it deals. We may require information to assist in verifying the identity of your firm, its owners and principals. All information provided to us will be treated in the strictest confidence. We may not be able to provide services where we are unable to verify the identity of any firm or its owners and principals. Should you have any question with respect to this notice please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
The identification and prevention of conflicts of interest and the proper management of such conflicts represent an important task for any financial services firm. We analyse and manage potential conflicts of interest in such a way as to ensure the fair treatment of all parties involved in a manner that does justice to their interests and avoids any detriment to client interests.
We have put in place and maintain appropriate systems and controls to enable us to identify, record, monitor and manage conflicts of interest.
GIFTS, HOSPITALITY AND INDUCEMENTS POLICY
Rede is subject to the UK bribery Act and the FCA’s anti-bribery and corruption rules. Any gift, hospitality, fee or other benefit that we offer or are offered will be considered in accordance with UK best practice relating to anti-bribery and corruption and the guidance issued by the Ministry of Justice. This covers fees and benefits to and from clients as well as third parties.
As a MiFID investment firm, we are also subject to the FCA rules on inducements, which apply to any fee or other benefit that we receive from or provide to a third party in relation to regulated activities that we perform.
We will only offer or accept third party fees or benefits where it is necessary to do so for conducting regulated business or where we consider that it would enhance the service that we provide to our client(s) and does not affect our ability always to act in the best interest of our client(s).
We take all complaints very seriously. We have summarised our complaints policy and procedure below. If you require any further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We allow complaints (including MiFID complaints as defined under the rules of the FCA) to be made by any reasonable means and to be made free of charge. This may include by letter, fax, email, telephone or in person. Upon receiving a complaint, we will provide prompt written acknowledgement that the complaint has been received and that we are dealing with such complaint. Please note that we do not conduct eligible business for eligible complainants, therefore are not subject to the jurisdiction of the Financial Ombudsman Service.
We will investigate all complaints competently, diligently and impartially, obtaining additional information as necessary. We will promptly assess the specific circumstances surrounding a complaint by reviewing all appropriate records and speaking to the individuals involved, with a view to deciding whether the complaint should be upheld, whether any remedial action and/or redress may be appropriate and if appropriate, whether we have reasonable grounds to be satisfied that another respondent may be solely or jointly responsible for the matter alleged in the complaint.
In the event that, we identify any recurring or systemic problems, we will consider whether other customers who have not complained may have suffered detriment from, or been potentially disadvantaged by, the same underlying matter. If so, we will take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure that those customers are given appropriate redress or a proper opportunity to obtain it.
Rede keeps complainants informed of the progress of the measures it is taking to resolve their complaint. When handling a complaint, we will always aim to communicate with clients or potential clients clearly, in plain language that is easy to understand and shall reply to the complaint without undue delay.
After full consideration of the matter we will write to the complainant providing an assessment of the complaint, informing the complainant whether we are upholding or rejecting the complaint and, where appropriate, making an offer of redress or remedial action. If such an offer is accepted, we will comply promptly with such redress.
We will keep a record of all complaints received and the measures taken for their resolution.