On 3rd January 2018, the revised Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID) and Markets in Financial Instruments Regulation (MiFIR), together referred as MiFID II, come into force. The new legislative framework aims to strengthen investor protection and improve the functioning of financial markets.
The updated scope of application of MiFID II is described in the Bank’s updated MiFID Information Package (2018 Edition), which substitutes and supplements the existing Bank’s MiFID Information Package. The updated MiFID Information Package (2018 Edition) is available here.
The MiFID Information Package (2018 Edition) can also be requested from the Wealth Management Department and also is available to be collected from the Bank’s offices.
Before making an investment or transacting in any investment product should always assess and be familiar of the investment risks involved relating to your investment objectives.
Any material posted on this section, from time to time, provides only general information. It does not constitute financial or legal or investment advice or research material and is not intended as such. It is recommended before making any investment in Financial Instruments to obtain independent legal, tax or such other financial advice based on individual objectives.