Quant.Capital Management GmbH
Phone: +49 (0)211 635512-0
Fax: +49 (0)211 635512-99
Registered in the Commercial Register of the Amtsgericht Düsseldorf with registration number HR B 41540
The VAT identification number of Quant.Capital Management GmbH, Düsseldorf, accordng to section 139 c. of the German Fiscal Code is DE 221 636 491.
Main Area of Business
Quant.Capital Management GmbH, as a securities institution in accordance with § 15 of the German Securities Trading Act (Wertpapierhandelsgesetz – WpIG), has a license for acquisition brokerage, investment brokerage, financial portfolio management and investment advisory services in accordance with § 2 para. 8 No. 3, 4, 7 and 10 of the German Securities Trading Act (Wertpapierhandelsgesetz – WpHG).
When providing investment services, Quant.Capital Management GmbH is not authorized to obtain ownership or possession of funds or securities of customers.
Dr. Dieter Falke
Responsible person sccording to German press regulation (§55 II RStV)
Dr. Dieter Falke (Executive)
Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht
Marie-Curie-Straße 24 – 28
60439 Frankfurt am Main
PO Box 500154
Phone: +49 (0)228 4108-0
Fax: +49 (0)228 4180-123
Complaints or disputes: Information according to §36, 1 VSBG
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Section 16 German Ordinance on Supervisory Requirements for Remuneration Systems of Institutions contains publication requirements for all institutions. The level of detail of the information to be disclosed depends on the size and remuneration structure of the institution and the nature, extent, risk content and internationality of its business activities. Quantum.Capital Management GmbH is not a significant institution within the meaning of the Ordinance on Supervisory Requirements for Remuneration Systems of Institutions, as the average balance sheet totals (€15 billion) stated in Section 17 Ordinance on Supervisory Requirements for Remuneration Systems of Institutions for significant institutions have not been reached or exceeded in the last three fiscal years. In the course of the risk analysis, it was also determined that due to its size, remuneration structure and the nature, scope, complexity, risk content and internationality of its business activities, Quant. Capital Management GmbH is not to be classified as a significant institution to which the specific requirements for significant institutions set out in Section 3 Ordinance on Supervisory Requirements for Remuneration Systems of Institutions apply.
The remuneration system of Quant.Capital Management GmbH provides for the general payment of a fixed remuneration. In addition, variable remuneration may be granted, provided that corresponding profit-related and performance-related factors are met. The total amount of variable remuneration and remuneration of managers and employees is calculated in such a manner that the institution’s ability to maintain adequate capital and liquidity resources and sufficient capital to ensure its risk-bearing capacity in the long term is not restricted, and on the other hand that adequate qualitative and quantitative staffing within the meaning of Section 9(1) Ordinance on Supervisory Requirements for Remuneration Systems of Institutions is guaranteed. Depending on the institution’s financial situation, variable remuneration may be reduced to zero.
Fixed remuneration is determined in accordance with the activity performed and in line with market conditions. The portion of fixed remuneration is determined in such a way that no negative incentives are created to take on disproportionately high risks due to significant dependence on variable remuneration. Variable compensation may be granted if the company’s financial success permits such compensation and employees’ individual performance is exceptional.
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