Walliance SpA, through its Platform walliance.eu:

operates with diligence, honesty and transparency, avoiding that any conflicts of interest that may arise in carrying out the management of the Platform, negatively affect Investors and Tenderers interests and ensuring equal treatment for the recipients of offers that are in identical conditions;

makes available to Investors, in a detailed, correct, clear, non-misleading and without omission, all informations regarding the Offer that are provided by the Tenderer so that they can reasonably and completely understand the nature of the investment, the type of financial instruments offered and the risks associated with them and make investment decisions in a conscious manner;

draws the attention of Investors other than Professional Investors or other categories of investors referred to in Article 24, paragraph 2, on the appropriateness that investments in high risk financial assets should be adequately related to their financial resources. Walliance does not post news that are inconsistent with the information reported on the platform and refrains from giving advices regarding the financial instruments of a specific offer to influence its accessions progress. Walliance guarantees that the information provided through the Platform are up-to-date, accessible at least for the twelve months following the closing of the offers and available to interested parties who request it for a period of five years from the closing date of the Offer;

ensure Investors other than Professional Investors or other categories of investors referred to in Article 24, paragraph 2, the right to withdraw from the accession order, with no expense, though communication to the Manager, within the time limits set depending on the case, as for the Consob Regulation or the Consumer Code, starting from the date of the order.


The website Manager carries out the required verification of article 13 paragraph 5-bis of Regulation 18592/2013 directly, without resorting to authorized intermediaries (ie the Banks in charge of managing investors transfers) who alternatively would be required to carry out the same verification activity for the so-called 'above threshold' operations: the Manager now, thanks to the recently made changes to the Regulation, can check online through a specific questionnaire that will be submitted to the investor as part of the procedure for entering the accession orders to the Offers, that the investor has the level of experience and knowledge necessary to understand the essential characteristics and risks that the investment entails, on the basis of the information provided pursuant to Article 15, paragraph 2, letter b). This information refers at least to:

types of services, transactions, also carried out through online portals, and financial instruments which the investor is familiar with;

the nature, volume and frequency of transactions, also carried out through online portals, on financial instruments, made by the investor and to the period during which these operations were carried out;

the level of education, the profession, or if relevant, the previous profession of the investor;

If the manager considers that the tool is not appropriate for the customer, he warns of this situation, also through electronic communication systems.

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