A Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) is a unique code required for any legal entity that invests in financial instruments through a regulated exchange such as Captin. When the legal entity executes a transaction, this identifier is used to identify it. We record your LEI and use it in our reporting to supervisory authorities.
Please select "Submit documents" in the section: "What do you want to do?".
What happens if I do not have a LEI code?
Please note that if you do not have a LEI code you will not be able to buy or sell Depository Receipts.
How do I get a LEI code?
You can apply for a LEI from a foreign LEI issuing institution. There may be costs associated with this. More information about applying for a LEI from a foreign institution can be found on the website of the Global Legal Entity Identifier Foundation.