Mas Introducer Agreement

Mas Introducer Agreement

10. Any decision to enter into an agreement with a potential investor is at the sole discretion of the company and is subject to the company`s satisfaction with the company`s internal procedures. (d) The importer is a representative or enters into or enters into transactions or contracts on behalf of KGISS. 4.4. does not authorize or represent a person, including potential investors, whether the introductor is authorized to enter into a binding agreement or commitment for or on behalf of the company, or to provide assurance on the company, its business or the products offered by the company; 1. The importer introduces activities for KGISS as an independent contractor and NO as agent, agent, employee or representative, or in partnership with KGISS. 2. The Director of Operations is 4.3. Do not receive or exchange money or ownership from a potential investor in connection with his or her proposed activities here; The application is submitted to CPC representatives and representatives to indicate whether these are the following questions: 3. In order to avoid any doubt, any potential investor (a) who already has contact with Validus Capital or b) who takes an account with the company or (c) who, within a month of this introduction, expresses a desire not to invest with the company , but then changes his mind by the subsequent persuasion of the company, should not be defined in the definition of the potential investor introduced by the introductor for the purposes of this letter. 4.6.dem inform the potential investor (if consulted by the potential investor) that he or she is being paid by the company. Entity reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to amend, modify, add or remove parts of these conditions at any time by publishing the amended conditions here. (c) DOES NOT PERMET to use commercial names, trademarks, intellectual symbols with regard to KGISS or to disseminate advertising, advertising or marketing materials related to the KGISS; and no change from the original requirements of the framework.

In his response document, Mas stated that the following documents were necessary: as soon as the new framework came into force, existing trade agreements would have to comply with the framework conditions set out in the new framework after a transitional period to be defined by MAS. This includes the provision, by a first notification, of a complete and up-to-date list of agreements under the NSC FRAMEWORK – a transitional period of six months is provided for the transmission of this notification. At the end of the transitional period, existing authorities expire and the conditions under the current framework no longer apply. It does not appear that MAS is planning a grandfather for existing agreements. As a result, existing businesses that have not moved to the new framework by filing the first notification should cease operations in regulated activities. Similarly, plans currently exempt under the transitional provisions of Regulation 65 SFR are subject to the new frC framework. Hired brokers benefit from the same six-month transitional period to meet the marginal conditions and send the MAS a first submission on the list of existing FRC agreements.