Investor Protection

Author:AG Legal
Profession:AG Legal

The investor participate in a usually complex market. Who represents him is the professional in the activity, who knows the products, their characteristics, conditions and risks. Furthermore, the advisor has the tools to understand the 'movements of the economy' and their consequences on the instruments of his client (the investor and in some cases the issuer of the securities).

Some laws provide "the rule of market concentration", referring to the obligation that if you buy or sell securities in secondary markets, you should go to the stock market. Consequently applies to companies that provide intermediary services in that market. Other regulations extend it to the operators of the open market values. The essential thing is to understand that the law requires investors to hire the services of a professional intermediary if you invest in the stock market.

That's how we have a service relationship between an investor and professional brokerage and consulting securities. Not being optional for the investor to use the services of a professional and also beacuse...

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