Due to regulatory obligations, Rendity, as a contractually bound intermediary of CONCEDUS GmbH, is obliged to obtain from its customers evidence of the investment made in certain financial products in accordance with § 65a WpHG (Securities Trading Act), based on the knowledge and experience of the customer made beforehand, as well as to request information by self-disclosure, which can provide information about the financial situation of the customer. Pursuant to Section 6 of the Securities Prospectus Act, these obligations apply in particular if financial products are distributed by means of a securities information sheet pursuant to Section 4 of the Securities Prospectus Act. In the event that the investment thresholds are not met, there is a possibility that your financial risk will increase because the investment amount may be out of proportion to your other freely disposable assets. However, the legislator would also like to protect you from this. Therefore, we kindly ask you to read this information carefully and take note of it. We request the following information by way of so-called self-disclosure. This means that you declare that you have the financial means necessary for your investment according to the following regulation. We are not obliged to verify this self-disclosure. However, we reserve the right, if we deem it necessary, to request supporting documentation or to reject or reduce your subscription offer if this is required on the basis of your self-disclosure. In this case you would be informed separately. The investor undertakes vis-à-vis Rendity that all statements made by him are true and that Rendity may rely on the fact that all proofs of capital required by law are available at the respective customer.
"German Securities Trading Act (Wertpapierhandelsgesetz - WpHG) Section 65a Self-disclosure when brokering the conclusion of a contract for securities within the meaning of Section 6 of the German Securities Prospectus Act (Wertpapierprospektgesetz). (1) Before brokering the conclusion of a contract on securities within the meaning of Section 6 of the Securities Prospectus Act, an investment services company shall obtain from the non-qualified investor a self-disclosure of his assets or income to the extent necessary to verify that the total amount of the securities to be acquired by the non-qualified investor does not exceed the following amounts: