Documentation

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Regulatory Documentation


All information and reporting on regulations that apply to the Bank Activity.

BRRD Banking Recovery and Resolution Directive 

(Information on the Banking Recovery and Resolution Directive)

An in-depth look at the requirements of the Banking Recovery and Resolution Directive that applies to banks and investment banking companies.

The implementation of the Directive 2014/59/EU (the so-called Banking Resolution and Recovery Directive, “BRRD”) establishes a harmonized regime within the EU for the prevention and management of crisis in banks and investment companies and it aims to manage banking crises in order to ensure the continuity of their critical financial and economic functions, while minimizing the impact of their failure on the economy and financial system, as well as the costs for taxpayers, through the use of resolution tools headed by the private sector.

The regulation implementing the BRRD briefly states that, when the conditions are met for the initiation of crisis management procedures for an institution which is failing or likely to fail, the local Regulatory Authority can provide for:


a. the write down or conversion of shares, other holdings and capital instruments issued by the relevant institution;

b. when the measure stated in point (a) does not allow the failure or risk of failure to be remedied, the adoption of resolution tools concerning the institution or its administrative compulsory winding-up.


Among the resolution tools there is the so-called bail-in, which is the mechanism for effecting the exercise by a resolution authority of the write down and conversion powers in relation to liabilities of an institution.

All liabilities (including derivatives) of an institution under resolution are subject to bail-in, other than the liabilities excluded from the scope of the bail-in.

The provisions of the BRRD are also applicable to parties under the supervision of other Resolution Authorities of the European Union, as well as to the banks and investment companies with registered offices in third countries and branches in the European Union, in accordance with the rules as implemented into the relevant national legal systems. Therefore, the provisions of the BRRD and related resolution tools, including the bail-in, are also applicable to capital securities and liabilities of these parties in accordance with the relevant national regulations implementing the BRRD and as applied by the relevant national Resolution Authorities. Appropriate knowledge of the legal framework of the BRRD also through appropriate advisors is therefore highly recommended and customers are expressly advised to proper assess all relevant risks, which may vary depending on the relevant local jurisdiction into which the BRRD has been or will be implemented.

EMIR 

The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) went into effect in every European country on 16 August 2012.

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ISPBL EMIR Intra-Group Exemption
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KYC Documentation 


Anti-money laundering and anti-terrorism financing legislation at international/EU/national level.
In order to allow the counterparties to comply with the due diligence obligation, among other things, the following documentation is made available to them:

DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION KYC OF THE BANK

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Article of Association Restated on 29.03.2018
Banks authorized to carry on their activities pursuant to the law of 5 April 1993
AML Confirmation Letter
FATCA W-8IMY Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Luxembourg S.A.
Entity tax residency self-certification Form
ISPBL Trade Register extract
US Patriot Act Certification
Wolfsberg Questionnaire Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Luxembourg SA
Anti-Corruption Policy
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Supervisory Authorities 

   
CSSF    https://www.cssf.lu/en/         
ECB  https://www.ecb.europa.eu 

INFORMATION ON THE MARKETS ACTIVITIES

   
LEI CODE     549300H62SNDRT0PS319              
GIIN CODE     D9I1IN.00063.ME.442
SWIFT CODE     SEBKLULL
BLOOMBERG CODE ISP.IM
REUTERS CODE     ISP.MI
ISDA - Non Canadian Representation Letter View the document 
ISDA - Non Canadian Representation Letter 
QIB Certificate View the document
QIB Certificate 

Investment services


The relevant documentation relating to the Market in Financial Instruments Directive.

The European Legislation on investment services, as last contained in the Directive 2014/65/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 May 2014 (Market in Financial Instruments Directive - MiFID II ) went into effect in January 2018 and, together with the relevant implementing acts, are aimed at: ensuring greater protection to investors; fortifying the efficiency and integrity of the financial markets; and creating a competitive and harmonized financial market environment in Europe.

INVESTOR PROTECTION

With reference to the documents to be made available to customers, please download the following documents:

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General Terms and Conditions
Summary of the Bank’s Conflicts of Interest Management Rules
Classification of Clients
ICMA - Private Wealth Management Charter of quality
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Best Execution

With reference to best execution requirements, please download the following documents:

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Order Execution Policy
Top Five Execution Venues 2022
Top Five Execution Venues 2021
Top Five Execution Venues 2020
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Sustainability


As a part of Intesa Sanpaolo Group, the Bank is more than ever engaged in projects and activities to realize the Group's commitment to sustainability.

Communication to stakeholders regarding the values and initiatives taken is one of the fundamental aspects of social responsibility strategy of the Bank.

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Intesa Sanpaolo Group Code of Ethics
Intesa Sanpaolo Group Principles on Human Rights
ABBL- Code of Conduct
Remuneration Policy
Modern slavery statement
ISPBL Policies on the integration of sustainability risk
ISPBL Code of Conduct of the Bank
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Complaints


In accordance with the CSSF circular 17-671 dated October 13th 2017 (as modified by the CSSF Circular 18/698) related to the extrajudicial resolution of complaints of clients of financial sector Professionals, any complainant may address a complaint to the Bank by sending a letter or emailing to the Complaint Manager, Member of the Authorized Management, in charge of Complaints handling.

cristiano.patalocchi@intesasanpaololux.com

INTESASANPAOLO BANK LUXEMBOURG S.A.

28 Boulevard de Kockelscheuer,

L-1821 Luxembourg

In case of dissatisfaction of the answer received by the Bank, any complainant may lodge a request to CSSF for an out-of-court resolution by completing the form posted on their website

For any further details related to the process, please consult  Customer Complaint Process

Payments Services PSD2  

PSD2 TPP ACCESS

(Dedicated API) 

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FGDL Information sheet concerning deposit protections schemes
ABBL – Switching Bank Accounts in Luxembourg
ISPBL Rules on internal systems for reporting violations (version 09.2020)
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Financial Statements

ANNUAL ACCOUNTS

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Annual Accounts 2022
Annual Accounts 2021
Annual Accounts 2020
Annual Accounts 2019
Annual Accounts 2018
Annual Accounts 2017
Annual Accounts 2016
Annual Accounts 2015
Annual Accounts 2014
Annual Accounts 2013
Annual Accounts 2012
Annual Accounts 2011
Annual Accounts 2010
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CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

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Consolidated Financial Statement 2021
Consolidated Financial Statement 2020
Consolidated Financial Statement 2019
Consolidated Financial Statement 2018
Consolidated Financial Statement 2017
Consolidated Financial Statement 2016
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Customer application forms

FATCA CRS  - FORMS FOR CUSTOMERS MANAGED IN LUXEMBOURG

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FATCA CRS – Template Self Certification – Individuals
FATCA CRS – Self Certification – Beneficial Owner Controlling Person
FATCA CRS – Client’s name – Account – Affidavit of unchanged status
Instructions for filling the Self Certification for Entities
FATCA CRS – Self Certification Template for Entities
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OTHER FORMS

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Form W-8IMY Certificate of Foreign Intermediary, Foreign Flow-Through Entity, or Certain U.S. Branches for U.S. Tax Withholding and Reporting
Instructions for W-8IMY
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Lux Gest Asset Management S.A. 

Discover more about Lux Gest Asset Management S.A. Documentation here