Conexim Advisors Ltd. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland under Regulation 11 (1) of the European Communities (Markets in Financial Instruments) Regulations 2007, and as an insurance intermediary under the European Communities (Insurance Mediation) Regulations, 2005 (as amended).
The Financial Service Provider Profile for Conexim with the Central Bank is provided here: Central Bank Register.
The firm is authorised to provide the following services and with the following instruments.
Investment Services (MiFID)
1.1. Receiving/transmitting orders
1.4. Portfolio management
1.5. Investment advice
Ancillary Services (MiFID)
2.4. F/X re Investment Services
Investment Business Services (IIA)
(f) Deposit Agent/Broker
Financial Instruments (MiFID)
1. Transferable securities
2. Money market instruments
3. Unit/Shares in UCITS
4. Units in a unit trust
5. Shares in an Inv Co.
6. Capital Contributions to an ILP
7. Units in a CCF
10. Financial CFDs
(8A) Securities, currencies, interest rates or yields etc.
(8B) Commodities that must be settled in cash etc.
(8C) Commodities that can be physically settled etc.
(8E) Climatic variables, freight rates, emission allowances etc.
Investment Instruments (IIA)
(kk) Tracker Bonds
(m) Insurance Policies
Conexim approach to Data Privacy
In order to provide clients, intermediaries, Trustees and other market participants with our Services, Conexim is required to control personal data for clients, intermediaries and other parties with whom we provide services to, or receive services from.
Conexim is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. Conexim has adopted the principle of Privacy by Design and has reviewed and appropriately modified our business processes to comply with this element of the GDPR.
Our full privacy notice is attached here: CX Privacy Notice – 25th May 2018
Top 5 Trading Venues
MiFID II Regulatory Technical Standard number 28 (‘RTS 28’) requires that investment firms must publish on an annual basis, information on the top five execution venues used to execute client orders in MiFID II financial instruments.
Types of venues included are: trading venues, systematic internalisers, market makers and other liquidity providers. The information shows in percentages how trade consideration, and order count was split between those ‘top five’ venues. It also shows in percentages how many orders were ‘passive’ (entered into a ‘order book’ that provided liquidity) and how many orders were ‘aggressive’ (entered into an ‘order book’ that took liquidity).
Under the Model B arrangement Conexim have with Pershing Securities International Limited, Conexim transmits orders for execution to Pershing for execution for our retail clients where Pershing also provide those clients with custody services, as Conexim does not execute the orders for you directly.
Therefore, the up to date data required under RTS 28 may be found on Pershing’s website, at http://www.pershing.com/uk/en/about/topics/mifid-ii-rts-28-report
If you should have any questions around this, please contact Conexim and request further details on this from the Compliance Officer.