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  • 24/11/2015 CONSOB communication no. 0090430 (about Bail-in)
  • 17/11/2015 ACEPI - Potential Target Market
  • 11/11/2015 Joint Commettee - Consultation Paper PRIIPs KIDs
  • 14/8/2015 EUSIPA - Technical Discussion Paper - Risk, Performance Scenarios and Cost Disclosures In KIDs for PRIIPs
  • 21/5/2015 EUSIPA response to consultation document of EU Commission on the review on the prospectus directive
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Capital protection certificates

Certificates with capital protection allow the investors to invest in financial asset avoiding the risk of losing the invested capital – but only if purchased at issue and held till maturity. If such certificates are bought on the secondary market, there is no full capital protection.

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Conditional capital protection certificates

Certificates characterized by conditional capital protection are financial products that allow investors to indirectly invest in certain assets while enjoying a partial capital protection, which is activated if pre-arranged barrier levels are not reached during the life of the certificate.

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No capital protection certificates

Certificates with no capital protection are very simple products whose aim is to replicate the performance of their underlying assets. Some certificates belonging to this category may replicate the underlying asset’s performance in proportions.

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Leverage certificates

Leverage certificates are financial products providing investors with a more than proportional exposure to the performances of their underlying assets, making it possible to benefit from either positive or negative performances of the underlying asset, depending on the typology of the certificate.

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Who we are

ACEPI was founded, following the example of other European countries such as Germany and Switzerland, to promote in Italy an advanced culture of investment products and certificates in particular.

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