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Versicherungsbüro Weiss GmbH
Kirchweg 44
14129 Berlin

Managing Director: Daniel Weiss

Phone: +49 30 — 40 36 31 95
Fax: +49 30 — 82 70 98 66
E‑Mail: verwaltung@versicherungsbuero-weiss.com

Register court:

District Court Berlin-Charlottenburg (“Amtsgericht Berlin-Charlottenburg“)

Registration number HRB 199825 B

Insurance broker register:

www.vermittlerregister.info; Register-Nr.: D‑MJSG-29Y7E-52

Tax ID:

DE 212075406

Supervisory authority:

IHK Berlin, Fasanenstrasse 85, 10623 Berlin

Member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry:

IHK Berlin, Fasanenstrasse 85, 10623 Berlin

Professional designation:

Insurance broker with accordance of § 34 d Abs. 1 S. 2 Nr. 2 GewO

Professional liability insurance:

Allianz Insurance Company (“Allianz Versicherungsgesellschaft”)

At the Teptowers 3

12435 Berlin

Scope: Germany, Europe

Copyright:

Photostock, Own

Professional state regulations:

34 d GewO

59–68 VVG

VersVermV

The professional regulations can be viewed and retrieved via the website www.gesetze-im-internet.de operated by the Federal Ministry of Justice and juris GmbH.

Note according to online dispute resolution regulation

Under current law, we are required to alert consumers to the existence of the European Online Dispute Resolution platform, which can be used to settle disputes without the need to bring a court to court. The platform is set up by the European Commission. The European online dispute resolution platform can be found here: http://ec.europa.eu/odr. Our e‑mail is: verwaltung@versicherungsbuero-weiss.com

However, please note that we are not prepared to participate in the dispute settlement process under the European Online Dispute Resolution Platform. Please use our email and phone number above to contact us.

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Warning about content

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Information on sustainability risks with regards to financial products

What are sustainability risks?

Sustainability risks (ESG risks) are environmental or social events/conditions as well as events or conditions from the area of governance, which, in case of occurrence, could have a negative impact on the value of the investment. These risks can affect individual companies as well as entire industries or regions.

What are some examples of sustainability risks in the three areas?

- Environment: As a result of climate change, the occurrence of extreme weather events could increase and pose a risk. This would be a so-called physical risk. An example of this would be an extreme dry periodin a certain region: Levels of rivers could sink to such an extent, that, ifthey were used as transport routes, the transport of goods could be affected.

- Social: In the social sphere, risks could arise,for example, in cased of non-compliance with labour law standards or health protection.

- Corporate governance: Examples of risks in the area of corporate governance include non-compliance with tax honesty orcorruption in companies.

Information on the inclusion of sustainability risks in advisory activities (Art. 3 TVO)

In order to include sustainability risks in advisory services, the information made available by providers (financialmarket participants) and their financial products is taken into account in the selection process. Providers who do not have a recognisable strategy forincluding sustainability risks in their investment decisions may not be offered. In the course of the consultation, it will be outlined, if the consideration of sustainability risks in the investment decision means recognisable advantages or disadvantages for the client, it might be presented individually during the consultation process. The respective provider makes these information on the consideration of sustainability risks in investment decisions available in its pre-contractual information. The client can raise questions on this in the run-up to a possible conclusion.

Information on theconsideration of adverse effects on sustainability factors (Art. 4 TVO)

In the context of the consultation, the most important adverse effects of investment decisions on sustainability factors of the providers are only taken into account to a limited extent. Where applicable, the consideration is based on the information made available by the providers on their sustainability and, if applicable, the sustainability of the respective financial product. Due to the currently limited information made available by the providers, these aspects are not currently taken into account in the advice. They can be taken into account at the special request of the client on the basis of the data currently available. With a broader market offer in the future, they will be taken into account as standard.

Information on the remuneration policy for the consideration of sustainability risks (Art. 5 TVO)

The remuneration for the brokerage of financial products is not influenced by the respective sustainability risks.

Pre-contractual information on the consideration of sustainability risks in the advisoryprocess (Art. 6 TVO)

When advising on financial products,sustainability risks are included by using the provider's pre-contractual information. Despite the consideration of sustainability risks, it cannot be ruled out that the occurrence of sustainability risks has a negative impact on the return of the financial product.