StashAway always ensures that the best interests of our customers are considered in the generation and execution of orders.
For example, in the execution of customers’ orders, StashAway will consider multiple factors with the aim of achieving the best possible execution of all customers’ orders, including but not limited to:
What constitutes an Acceptable Tolerance Threshold (ATT)?
In relation to settlement involving several customers’ portfolios, a shortfall/excess discrepancy will, in respect of a portfolio, fall within the ATT where it meets both criteria below:
(a) The absolute value of the shortfall/excess discrepancy is not more than USD 0.01 (or its equivalent in AED); and
(b) The absolute value of the shortfall/excess discrepancy, when taken as a percentage of the value of the relevant portfolio's contribution in the bulk settlement under which the shortfall/excess discrepancy arose, is not more than 0.0001%.
More details on the ATT can be found in the Account Opening agreement here. Further details also can be found in our Global Order Execution Policy here.
StashAway Management (DIFC) Limited is regulated by the DFSA (license number F006312) for the provision of arranging custody, arranging deals in investments, advising on financial products, and managing assets, with a retail endorsement.
StashAway Management (DIFC) Limited (registration number CL 3982) is established in the DIFC pursuant to the DIFC Companies Law. Its registered address is Unit 1301, Level 13, Emirates Financial Towers, P.O. Box 507051, Dubai International Financial Centre, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.