Information according to § 5 TMG
Digital Transformation Capital Partners GmbH
Am Sandtorpark 2
Commercial register entry: HRB 162778
Registration court: Amtsgericht Hamburg
Dr. Stefan Graiche
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Digital Transformation Capital Partners GmbH has been licensed as a financial services institution by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht, BaFin) pursuant to Section 1 (1a) sentence 2 of the German Banking Act (Kreditwesengesetz, KWG).
Scope of Authorization
Digital Transformation Capital Partners GmbH holds a license pursuant to Section 32 of the German Banking Act (KWG) for investment brokerage (Section 1 (1a) Sentence 2 No. 1 KWG) and investment advisory services (Section 1 (1a) Sentence 2 No. 1a KWG), in each case without acquiring ownership or possession of funds or securities of clients or acquiring or disposing of financial instruments for its own account when providing these financial services.
Responsible Supervisory Authority
German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht, BaFin)
Marie-Curie-Strasse 24 – 28, 60439 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Phone: +49 228.4108 0
Fax: +49 228.4108 1550
Statutory Compensation Scheme
Digital Transformation Capital Partners GmbH is assigned to the Compensatory Fund of Securities Trading Companies (Entschädigungseinrichtung der Wertpapierhandelsunternehmen, EdW).
Behrenstrasse 31, 10865 Berlin, Germany
Phone: +49 30 203699 5626
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.e-d-w.de
I. Sustainability Risks (Art. 3 (2) SFDR)
Digital Transformation Capital Partners GmbH (DTC) integrates sustainability risks in its investment advice. Sustainability risks are environmental, social or governance events or conditions, the occurrence of which could have an actual or potential material adverse effect on the value of the investment. In its due diligence process, DTC conducts thorough due diligence work on all investment opportunities. Such due diligence work includes ESG related aspects and assessments to the extent relevant. The results of such due diligence work are taken into account when providing investment advice. At all times, DTC will apply the principle of proportionality taking due account of the relevance of ESG aspects in light of the specific investment opportunities as well as its transactional context.
II. Principal Adverse Impacts (Art. 4 (5) SFDR)
No consideration of sustainability adverse impacts
DTC does not consider adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors within the meaning of the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation ((EU) 2019/2088, the SFDR). Given that the SFDR and the accompanying Regulatory Technical Standards (the RTS) are new, there is very little or no practical experience or established practice with regard to applying their respective provisions. Therefore, substantial legal uncertainties would remain when applying those provisions to the investment advice provided by DTC. As of now, i.e., 10 March 2021, we consider applying the aforementioned disclosure obligations in light of the remaining uncertainties to be too burdensome in relation to the limited relevance we expect adverse impacts to have on the investment decisions resulting from our investment advice. If and to the extent that these uncertainties are resolved and a practicable market and administrative practice will evolve in this regard, we will re-evaluate following them in due course.
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