Anyone accessing information on the sspa.ch website, as operated by SSPA Swiss Structured Products Association on the World Wide Web, consents at the same time to accept the following conditions:
The sspa.ch website is not intended for individuals subject to laws or jurisdictions which prohibit access to the sspa.ch website for any reason whatsoever. Individuals subject to such limitations may not access the sspa.ch website.
We accept no liability, explicitly or implicitly, for the accuracy of the information and views, including information and views of service providers or third parties, contained on the sspa.ch website. SSPA and its data providers take all reasonable steps to ensure the reliabaility of the information published without, however, guaranteeing their accuracy, reliability, completeness and topicality, details and views contained therein.
No purchase offers, no investment advice
The information contained in the sspa.ch website shall be construed neither as invitations, offers, recommendations to buy or sell investment instruments, to undertake other transactions, nor as investment advice.
In no case, including gross negligence, shall SSPA be held liable for losses or damage of any kind whatsoever. The same shall apply without limitation to direct, special indirect or collateral damage that may result from accessing, use of, performance of or querying the sspa.ch website. Neither SSPA nor its members or other contractual partners provide any guarantees or assurances whatsoever regarding the data and information contained on said website, particularly as to accuracy, topicality, completeness, actionability, commercial exploitability or other suitability for specific uses.
Users shall be fully liable for damage (in particular damage to the computer system) and data loss caused by downloading data from said website.
Activating certain hyperlinks on the sspa.ch website may entail quitting the sspa.ch website. SSPA has not examined sites linked to its website and assumes no liability whatsoever for their content, products or services offered, or any other offers they may contain.
All information and analyses contained on the sspa.ch website are the property of SSPA or the service provider concerned, or the third party that provides such information to such providers or to SSPA. Copyright is owned by the Swiss Structured Products Association or the service provider concerned or the third party which supplies such providers or us with the information concerned. Accessing, copying, saving and processing information for private usage, in whole or in part, from the sspa.ch website, shall be permitted. Reproduction of elements, in whole or in part and in any form whatsoever, whether electronic or as hardcopy, requires a mention of SSPA. Copyright information, brand names and other legally protected designations may not be changed or suppressed. Complete or partial reproduction of the website or its use for public or commercial purposes shall be subject to prior written agreement from SSPA.
SSPA may deny access to password-protected areas if it suspects that a user may make improper use of the area’s application potential.
To fulfill its business purpose, SSPA uses only personal data provided explicitly by users. SSPA does not store data such as individual user patterns, cookies or clicks on specific banners. Users agree that SSPA may make use of user data for its own marketing purposes. SSPA guarantees that personal user data and e-mail addresses shall not be made available to third parties. Users may delete their personal profile at any time, with the consequence that they can no longer use password-protected areas of sspa.ch or the e-mail service. Deletion triggers complete removal of personal data from SSPA’s database.
SSPA and its hosting partners shall do everything within their power and according to the current state of the technology concerned to protect user data against unauthorized access by third parties.
The attention of users is drawn to the fact that they contribute to data security by not using overly obvious usernames and passwords, and that they should store such usernames and passwords in a well-protected manner, separate from their computer systems.