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The Personal Account Dealing Policy is established in accordance with article 8 of the Regulation (EU) 2020/1503 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 October 2020 in order to mitigate the risk arising from potential conflicts of interests within Konvi. This might relate to Konvi employees, management or Project owners.
For avoidance of doubt Konvi does not deal with securities and stocks listed on the financial market, hence the MAR and Market Abuse legislation are not applicable to the specific business model operated by Konvi.
This document implements and must be read in conjunction with the Conflict of Interest Policy and the second level technical standards conflicts of interest C(2022)4828_0.pdf documents. A copy of the Conflict of Interest Policy is available on the Konvi website at the following page Conflict of Interest Policy - Konvi.
The governance of the present document is assigned to the business function and the policy was approved as per following table:
|1||Head of Compliance||12/09/2022|
Any amendments, modification, or change of version is to be documented according to the corporate approval procedure.
Konvi Crowdfunding Limited and all the subsidiaries, associated and affiliated companies do not accept insider traders as investors.
This applies on a look-through basis to both individual and corporate entities.
For the purposes of this policy, the following subjects are at all time deemed as insider traders:
(a) Konvi shareholders holding 20 %, or more, of share capital or voting rights; (b) Konvi managers or employees; (c) any natural or legal person linked to those shareholders, managers or employees by control as defined in point (35)(b) of Article 4(1) of Directive 2014/65/EU. (d) Project Owners both as individual persons and as corporate entities (e.g. Classic Valuable Assets CLG, Special Purpose Vehicles). (e) any of the above subjects when they apply through a corporate entity vehicle.
Konvi Crowdfunding Limited and all the subsidiaries, associated and affiliated companies shall not accept as project owners in relation to the crowdfunding services offered on their crowdfunding platform any of the the persons referred to in points (a), (b) and (c) of the first subparagraph.
In case any such person is at any point found to be invested or acting as Project Owner, this shall be fully disclosed on the Konvi website, including information on the specific crowdfunding projects subscribed.
Konvi shall ensure that such investments are made under the same conditions as those of other investors and that those persons do not enjoy any preferential treatment or privileged access to information.
The arrangements made with the Payment Service Provider (PSP) subject to art. 10, (5) Regulation (EU) 2020/1503 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 October 2020, must comply with and implement the rules outlined in the above section.
Where such a feature is available, configuration settings must include rules and controls to blacklist the insider traders described in the above section 3. As part of the annual review set out in the below section 7, the settings of the PSP are tested at least annually.
The subscription to Konvi’s offers by any of the insider traders listed in the section 3 is to be approved by at least one director of the company.
The request must be sent to the company email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of the process, the company must maintain the Personal Account Dealing register.
The data recorded on the register must be stored for a minimum of 7 years and until the end of the appreciation period, whichever the later.
In any instances where an insider trader as defined in the above section 3 is authorized or otherwise identified to be part of the Crowdfunding Offer or within the Project Owners, including their corporate structure on a look-through basis, this must be disclosed clearly on the Konvi website and on the Konvi Apps.
The disclosure must be included in the pertinent section of the Crowdfunding Offer or project.
The disclosure referred to in the above paragraph shall contain a specific and clear description of the conflicts of interest and associated risks identified in the context of a given service, taking into account the nature of the clients to whom the disclosure is being made, in particular their qualification as sophisticated or non-sophisticated prospective investors.
The implementation of the above rules is reviewed by the compliance function at least annually.
The ongoing transaction monitoring process must include a control in place to verify that any insider is promptly identified, escalated and disclosed according to the procedure outlined in the above sections.