Captin provides advisory services and assistance to businesses and funds that wish to list financial instruments and/or make those tradable for shareholders, depository receipt holders, family members - in the event of a family business -, members - in the event of a cooperative society -, employees and/or third parties. Captin facilitates trade through its trading platform, where it is responsible for the full operational management of the listings.
Captin offers Triodos and its depository receipt holders a trading platform where the Triodos depository receipts can be managed and traded. Depository receipt holders can use the trading platform to, among other things:
- view positions;
- retrieve transactions carried out;
- buy and sell Triodos Bank depository receipts;
- retrieve the value of depository receipts;
- transfer proceeds to their own accounts;
- view documentation on trade and Triodos depository receipts.
Within the limits of all applicable laws and regulations, Captin will set up the trading platform in accordance with the needs of Triodos Bank and its Depository Receipt Holders. The MTF will provide a user friendly platform for Triodos Depository Receipt Holders to submit orders to buy or sell their certificates. Wherever possible, every Depository Receipt Holder will be provided assistance in their own language, so that all Depository Receipt Holders can easily access the trading platform.
Captin has wide experience in providing the above mentioned services and holds a licence as an investment firm for operation of a multilateral trading facility, for reception and transmission of orders, and for execution of orders. Captin is regulated by the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (AFM) and De Nederlandsche Bank (the Dutch Central Bank; DNB) and is registered with the AFM.
Triodos depository receipts will become tradable in the course of 2023 through the trading platform, subject to approval by the Triodos EGM scheduled for 11 October. Depository Receipt Holders should expect to receive further information on this subject in the last quarter of 2022.