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07/01/2014

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Ein Privatanleger ist jeder Anleger, der die nachstehenden Kriterien für die Qualifizierung als institutioneller Kunde (semiprofessioneller oder professioneller Kunde) nicht erfüllt. Privatanleger ist damit jede natürliche oder juristische Person, die weder professioneller noch semiprofessioneller Anleger ist.

 

Ein professioneller Anleger ist:

 

1. Eine Rechtspersönlichkeit, die zugelassen und unter Aufsicht steht, um auf den Finanzmärkten tätig werden zu können. Folgende Investoren werden grundsätzlich als professionelle Anleger qualifiziert:

 

(a) der sich verpflichtet, mindestens EUR 200.000 zu investieren,

(b) der schriftlich in einem vom Vertrag über die Investitionsverpflichtung getrennten Dokument angibt, dass er sich der Risiken im Zusammenhang mit der beabsichtigten Verpflichtung oder Investition bewusst ist,

(c) dessen Sachverstand, Erfahrungen und Kenntnisse bewertet werden, ohne von der Annahme auszugehen, dass der Anleger über die Marktkenntnisse und -erfahrungen der in Anhang II Abschnitt I der Richtlinie 2004/39/EG genannten Anleger verfügt,

(d) bei dem unter Berücksichtigung der Art der beabsichtigten Verpflichtung oder Investition die hinreichende Überzeugung besteht, dass der Anleger in der Lage ist, seine Anlageentscheidungen selbst zu treffen und die damit einhergehenden Risiken versteht und dass eine solche Verpflichtung für den betreffenden Anleger angemessen ist, und

(e) dem schriftlich bestätigt wird, dass die unter Buchstabe c genannte Bewertung vorgenommen wurde und die unter Buchstabe d genannten Voraussetzungen gegeben sind,

 

2. ein in § 37 Absatz 1 Kapitalanlagegesetzbuch genannter Geschäftsleiter oder Mitarbeiter der Verwaltungsgesellschaft, sofern er in von der Verwaltungsgesellschaft verwaltete Investmentvermögen investiert, oder ein Mitglied der Geschäftsführung oder des Vorstands einer extern verwalteten Investmentgesellschaft, sofern es in die extern verwaltete Investmentgesellschaft investiert,

 

3. jeder Anleger, der sich verpflichtet, mindestens 10 Millionen Euro in ein Investmentvermögen zu investieren.

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A private investor is an investor who does not meet the following criteria for qualifying as an institutional client (semi-professional or professional client). A private investor is thus any natural or legal person who is neither a professional nor semi-professional investor.

A professional investor is:
1.    An authorised legal entity which is subject to regulation allowing it to operate in the financial markets. The following investors generally qualify as professional investors:

a.    Credit institutions
b.    Securities firms
c.    Other authorised or regulated financial institutions
d.    Insurance companies
e.    Undertakings for collective investment and their management companies
f.    Pension funds and their management companies
g.    Commodities traders and commodity derivatives traders
h.    Local investors
i.    Other institutional investors

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a.    Total equity and liabilities:       EUR 20,000,000
b.    Net sales:                              EUR 40,000,000
c.    Equity:                                  EUR 2,000,000

3.    National and regional governments, public bodies that manage public debt, central banks, international and supranational institutions such as the World Bank, the IMF, the ECB, the EIB and other similar international organisations.

4.    Other institutional investors whose main activity is to invest in financial instruments, including institutions that carry out the securitisation of liabilities and other financing transactions.

5.    Those who request classification as a professional client and can be treated as such.

A semi-professional client is:
1.    Any investor:

a.    who commits to investing at least EUR 200,000,
b.    who states in writing in a document separate from the contract on the investment commitment that he is aware of the risks associated with the proposed commitment or investment,
c.    whose expertise, experience and knowledge can be assessed without making the assumption that the investor has the market knowledge and experience of the investors outlined in Annex II, Section I of Directive 2004/39/EC,
d.    for whom, taking into account the nature of the proposed obligation or investment, it can reasonably be assumed that the investor is able to make his own investment decisions and that he understands the risks involved and that such an obligation is appropriate for the investor in question, and
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2.    An executive or employee of the management company listed in Section 37 (1) of the German Investment Code (Kapitalanlagegesetzbuch), provided he invests in investment funds managed by the management company, or a member of the Board or the Executive Board of an externally managed investment company, provided he invests in the externally managed investment company,

3.    Any investor who undertakes to invest at least EUR 10 million in an investment fund.

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