Regulatory Information


The four glossaries presented below has been made to allow you to better understand the key terms we use in connection with the transactions and services to our customers.

The glossaries entitled "Daily Banking", "Insurance" and "Savings and financial investments" were developed by the Consultative Committee on the Financial Sector (CCSF). This Committee particularly partners professionals in the financial sector and consumer associations, in collaboration with the Directorate General of the Treasury and the supervisory authorities, Prudential Supervisory Authority and Financial Markets Authority (AMF). 

Edmond de Rothschild (France) has also prepared a glossary on financial instruments that describes the nature and risks associated with each financial instrument.

These documents are intended for informational purposes and does not replace the information provided by the professionals nor the careful reading of documentation and contracts given to you, nor the consultation of the price guides.

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Pratical guide to protecting your accounts in the event that your bank fails

FGDR Deposit Guarantee Scheme

The Fonds de Garantie des Dépôts et de Résolution (FGDR), created by law in 1999, protects clients when a banking institution fails. The Deposit Guarantee compensates depositors for an amount up to €100,000 per person, per institution. The Investors Guarantee compensates up to €70 000 per person, per institution, for securities (stocks, bonds, ). The FGDR can also intervene on a Resolution basis, before the institution fails.