Aisa International gains Mifid discretionary licence

Mark Battersby
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Prague-headquartered Aisa International's European advice network OpesFidelio has received formal notification from the Czech regulator that it has been granted a licence to operate as a portfolio manager securities trader with discretionary powers. The new licence enables OpesFidelio Network to offer its advisers both discretionary investment services and insurance licences under Mifid and IDD within the EU. Chief executive James Caldwell said in a statement issued today (10 January): "This is not just the standard basic Mifid licence that most firms in our market apply for. This li...

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