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Intellectual Property and Copyrights
All information, text, material, graphics, software and functionality (“Content”) on this website are the exclusive property of RFCA (or third parties) and is protected by Australian and international copyright laws. Provided that you keep all Content intact and in the same form as presented on the website you may download and view the Content for your personal, non-commercial use. You must otherwise not copy, modify, reproduce, republish, upload to a third party, post, transmit or distribute the Content in any way unless expressly authorised in writing by RFCA. All rights not expressly granted are reserved by RFCA.
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Except as required at law, RFCA does not represent, warrant and/or guarantee the accuracy, quality, integrity and currency of the Content of this website. RFCA has no obligation to update this website nor advise of any changes to its Content or information relevant to its Content. Nor does RFCA represent, warrant and/or guarantee that the Content of this website is free from any computer virus or any other defects or errors. Nor does RFCA provide any representation, warranty or guarantee in relation to the content of any website to which a link is provided on this website.
Except as required at law, RFCA accepts no liability in relation to any reliance on the Content of this website or in relationto the use of this website.
Nothing on this Website Constitutes Financial Advice or an Offer of Any Kind
Nothing in the Content of this website should be taken to constitute financial advice or an offer or solicitation of any kind, including advice or recommendation in relation to the subscription, purchase or sale of any securities or investments. RFC Ambrian Limited (Australia) is the holder of AFS Licence No. 233214. RFC Ambrian Limited (UK) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is a Member of the London Stock Exchange.
Research Conflicts of Interest Procedures
Research underlies all aspects of RFCA business, from new issues and secondary fundraisings, through to supporting our corporate broking, corporate finance, and sales and trading teams. The quality, accuracy and timeliness of our equity research is key to our ability to service our institutional and corporate clients and, in light of this, we have built a team of analysts covering our core sectors.
RFCA adopts a team approach to stock and sector selection. We recognise that market sectors are linked to each other. By maximising dialogue between our sector analysts we gain a perspective on the stock market as a whole, helping us to identify broader economic trends and their likely effect on stock prices. We have implemented policies and procedures to monitor and mitigate the potential conflicts of interest involved in the preparation and publication of research. To view the complete research policy document please click here.
For all companies covered by RFCA research please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to ascertain where RFCA has a business relationship with the company or a material interest in the company, which could potentially conflict with our obligation to ensure that our investment research is clear, fair and unbiased.
RFC Ambrian Limited High Level Policy for Managing Conflicts of Interest
RFCA, as a multi-product financial services group, will inevitably find itself in situations where the interests of one client may compete with (i) those of another client; or (ii) the interests of RFC and/or its employees. In common with many financial institutions, RFC Ambrian has appropriate arrangements in place to identify and manage the conflicts which may arise during the normal course of its business activities.
This document summarises, at a high level, RFCA’s approach to identifying and managing conflicts of interest and has been prepared in accordance with the requirements imposed upon the Firm by the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (“MiFID”). It is for information purposes only and does not seek to provide detailed descriptions of the RFCA’s internal processes and procedures in relation to the identification and management of conflicts of interest. To view the complete conflicts of interest document please click here.
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