Boer & Olij Securities B.V. is registered by the AFM (Autoriteit Financiële Markten) and the DSI (Dutch Securities Institute). The AFM is the financial services regulatory body in the Netherlands. The DSI is dedicated to overseeing the quality and integrity of persons working in the financial sector. Membership in this organization amounts to a consumer seal of approval. Boer & Olij Securities B.V. also comes under the supervisory jurisdiction of De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB). All our personnel deemed to be in need of registration under the DSI are registered. Boer & Olij Securities B.V. has a license from the AFM as an investment firm and can undertake the following activities,
- Receive and pass on orders for accounts of clients.
- Execute orders for client accounts.
- Perform in the capacity of wealth manager
- Perform as investment advisor
- Trade for own account
Boer & Olij Securities B.V. is associated to the independent KiFid, Klachteninstituut Financiële Dienstverlening (Financial Services Complaint Institute).
Boer & Olij Securities B.V. has implemented guidelines for the purposes of avoiding that fees and commissions would lead to:
- Taking on risk of an excessive nature which undermines the financial foundation of the firm
- Client’s transactions motivated by excessive commission incentives.
The employees have a monthly remuneration schedule which can be periodically supplemented based on financial- and non-financial criteria. Boer & Olij Securities B.V. compensation policy complies with the legal requirements.
Boer & Olij Securities B.V. releases yearly, through an independent external accountant, an annual report. The firm’s capital meets the criteria for the ongoing prudential capital requirements as set forth by De Nederlandsche Bank. The company takes adequate risk control measures to ensure its financial stability. Therefore, credit and counterparty risks, market risks, concentration risks, liquidity risks and interest rate risks are monitored diligently.
An important component of the services offering from an investment firm concerns investment policy. By asking questions relating to investment policy one acquires an impression of the investment policy of a firm. In this manner you can surmise if this policy suits you. After all, one investment is not the same as the other.
You can read what questions to ask your account manager, relationship manager, wealth advisor or – manager in the attached Consumentenbrief (pdf bestand. 110Kb).
We want to give you as a client a good idea of the total direct and indirect costs that you can expect. The costs include the cost of management and advice, maintenance administration costs, transaction costs and the recurring costs relating to mutual funds in your portfolio
The below outlined summary is based on an actual portfolio of € 1.500.000 with a neutral profile. Depending on the investment profile, the size of the investment and changing conditions in the financial markets , the cost may vary above or below the indicated percentage.
|Advisory- or Management Fee (exclusive VAT)||1,00%|
|All-in fee custodian bank (inclusive transaction costs)||0,13%|
|Internal Costs investmentfunds in portfolio * (30% off the portfolio, average fee 0,8% ongoing costs)||0,24%|
|Total Costs 2016||1,37%|
*The information presented here relating to the investment funds is made available from the fund manager’s “Essential Investors information” (Ebi). The percentages in the above represent an estimate at best effort.