Lexinta is the registered trademark of Lexinta AG, a company limited by shares incorporated in Zurich, Switzerland, with unique enterprise indentification number CHE-355.092.869. Lexinta AG is licensed as an asset management company and financial intermediary under Swiss law.
Lexinta AG is a member of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) recognised Self-Regulatory Organisation’s (SRO’s) PolyReg (www.polyreg.ch) and PolyAsset (www.polyasset.ch).
Persons or legal entities with legal domicile within Switzerland and acting as financial intermediaries have to be regulated by law. They may join one of the self-regulating bodies or apply for a permit to the Money Laundering Control Authority.
PolyReg is a self-regulatory body recognised by the Swiss Federal Money Laundering Control Authority. It is established according to Article 24 of the Swiss Money laundering act (MLA) and acts as regulatory and supervising Organisation for its members.
Lexinta AG is a member of the Self-Regulatory Organisation (SRO) PolyAsset (www.polyasset.ch)
The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) (www.finma.ch) prescribes a set of professional rules that set the standards with which asset managers must comply in the performance of their duties. Asset Managers may uphold these professional guidelines through their membership to PolyAsset on a voluntary basis. With this, they are required to meet minimum standards with regards the terms of their asset management contracts and their fiduciary obligations towards investors. They are authorised to use Collective Investments and in recognition of their adherence to the FINMA and the PolyAsset standards..
Eternitrade AG is a member of the Self-Regulatory Organisation (SRO) Swiss Association of Asset Managers (SAAM) (www.vsv-asg.ch)
Independent asset managers are governed by the Anti-Money Laundering Act and either have to be approved by the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) (www.finma.ch) or be a member of a recognised Self- Regulating Body (SRO). The SRO of SAAM has been officially recognised since 1999.
Financial intermediaries who decide to join the SRO of SAAM automatically become members of the professional association as well – and are therefore obliged to adhere to the professional standards of SAAM in Switzerland. These correspond to official requirements – and are approved by FINMA (www.finma.ch).
Lexinta Single Opportunity Fund.
The Lexinta Single Opportunity Fund (hereinafter: the Fund) is an investment undertaking for qualified investors established in accordance with Art. 23 of the Lichtenstein Investment Undertakings Act of 19 May 2005 (hereinafter: the IUA) and in conjunction with Art. 28 and Art. 29 of the Lichtenstein Investment Undertakings Ordinance of 23 August 2005 (hereinafter: the IUO). This Fund is intended solely for one or more qualified investors. It is exempt from the licensing requirement and other obligations stipulated in Art. 28 para. 1 IUO.
Registered Office: Bendura Fund Management Alpha AG, Schaaner Strasse 27, FL-9487, Gamprin-Bendern, Liechtenstein. Securities ID Number LI0270394310. Registered in Liechtenstein. www.lexintasingleopportunity.com
Lexinta Capital Management Fund
The Lexinta Capital Fund has been recognised as a professional mutual fund by the British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission (the “Commission”) pursuant to the British Virgin Islands Securities and Investment Business Act 2010 and the Mutual Funds Regulations, 2010 (together, “SIBA”). The Fund has been established as a professional fund within the meaning of SIBA and in this regard, the Fund is only suitable for Professional Investors. A Professional Investor is a person: (a) whose ordinary business involves, whether for its own account or the accounts of others, the acquisition or disposal of property of the same kind as the property, or a substantial part of the property, of the Fund; or (b) who has signed a declaration that the investor, whether individually or jointly with the investor’s spouse, has net worth in excess of $1 million United States currency or its equivalent in any other currency and that the investor consents to being treated as a Professional Investor.
Registered Office: Estera Corporate Services (BVI) Limited, Jayla Place, 4th Floor, P.O. Box 3190, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands (BVI). Securities ID Number VGG547101011 Registered in BVI. www.lexintacapital.com
Business Continuity & Contingency Plan – Client Disclosure Statement
Lexinta (including its affiliated companies herein “Lexinta”) as a responsible asset management firm has developed and maintained a written business continuity and contingency plan (BCCP). Furthermore Lexinta has established procedures relating to an emergency or significant business disruption. Such procedures must be reasonably designed to enable Lexinta to meet their existing obligations to clients. In addition, such procedures must address their existing relationships with other asset management firms, and counter-parties. Furthermore, Lexinta has undertaken to disclose to its clients how its business continuity and contingency plan addresses the possibility of a future significant business disruption and how the firm plans to respond to events of varying scope, as follows:
The Plan anticipates two kinds of significant business disruptions (SBDs), internal and external. Internal SBDs affect only the ability of Lexinta to communicate and do business. External SBDs prevent the operation of the investment markets or a number of firms. In each scenario Lexinta will implement plans designed to restore critical systems and Lexinta anticipates being functional within 24 hours. In the event of an external SBDs, recovery is largely beyond the control of Lexinta and steps for recovery depend upon other organizations including stock markets, prime brokers and global safe custody firms.
If you have further questions regarding our BCCP please contact us directly in writing or by email directly in writing or by email.