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    Scope to act as RM or authorise under own AFSL

    We hold a wholesale AFSL that we currently use to manage a unit trust and managed accounts. We have quite broad authorisations including the ability to <span id=”bnConnectionTemplate:pagepane” class=”af_panelGroupLayout”><span id=”bnConnectionTemplate:r1:2:pgl1″ class=”af_panelGroupLayout”><span id=”bnConnectionTemplate:r1:2:mainContentWrapperFragment:dc_pgl1″ class=”af_panelGroupLayout”>operate custodial or depository services (see details below).
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    In order to generate some scale benefits we are open to either: (a) acting as an RM on another party’s licence; or (b) identifying an appropriate partner that would be authorised under our licence.

    If you have any interest, please contact me: martin.afsl@protonmail.com

     

    Our AFSL conditions:
    <div>1. This licence authorises the licensee to carry on a</div>
    <div>      financial services business to:</div>
    <div>   (a) provide financial product advice for the following</div>
    <div>         classes of financial products:</div>
    <div>      (i) deposit and payment products limited to:</div>
    <div>        (A) basic deposit products;</div>
    <div>      (ii) derivatives;</div>
    <div>      (iii) foreign exchange contracts;</div>
    <div>      (iv) interests in managed investment schemes</div>
    <div>            excluding investor directed portfolio services;</div>
    <div>            and</div>
    <div>      (v) securities;</div>
    <div>   (b) deal in a financial product by:</div>
    <div>      (i) issuing, applying for, acquiring, varying or</div>
    <div>            disposing of a financial product in respect of</div>
    <div>            the following classes of financial products:</div>
    <div>        (A) derivatives; and</div>
    <div>        (B) interests in managed investment schemes</div>
    <div>              excluding investor directed portfolio</div>
    <div>              services; and</div>
    <div>      (ii) applying for, acquiring, varying or disposing</div>
    <div>            of a financial product on behalf of another</div>
    <div>            person in respect of the following classes of</div>
    <div>            products:</div>
    <div>        (A) deposit and payment products limited to:</div>
    <div>        (1) basic deposit products;</div>
    <div>        (B) derivatives;</div>
    <div>        (C) foreign exchange contracts;</div>
    <div>        (D) interests in managed investment schemes</div>
    <div>              excluding investor directed portfolio</div>
    <div>              services; and</div>
    <div>        (E) securities; and</div>
    <div>   (c) provide the following custodial or depository</div>
    <div>         services:</div>
    <div>      (i) operate custodial or depository services other</div>
    <div>            than investor directed portfolio services;</div>
    <div>      to wholesale clients.</div>

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