1. Scope and Acceptance

These terms and conditions (“Terms and Conditions”) govern the use of this website provided by Dolla, The Dorla Organisation (herein defined as Dorla) and the Service (as hereinafter defined) by the person who uses the Service, having registered and established a username to do so (the “User”) and the company or other organization with or for whom the User works as identified on the User’s registration form, and for which the User’s use of the Service relates to (the “Client Organization”) (hereinafter together referred to as the “Client”).

Use of this website constitutes the Client’s acceptance of these Terms and Conditions and acceptance takes effect immediately on first use of the Service. Acceptance of these Terms and Conditions constitutes full acceptance of all these Terms and Conditions, subject to severability as described below.

2. Agreement

Dorla hereby agrees to furnish the Client and the Client hereby agrees to license and utilize this online service from Dorla (the “Service”) only in accordance with these Terms and Conditions.

3. The Service

The Service consists of any and all information made available to the Client on this website as well as the use of all the functionalities provided to the Client within the website.

4. Data Contribution

Dorla may approve persons and/or organisations to contribute Data (as hereinafter defined) into its database to be used for the Service (the “Contributor or Contributors”).

The Contributor has the ability to submit Data to Dorla online, via email or other communication means, for review, approval and publishing by Dorla. Such contributed Data can be flagged public, private, confidential or non-distributable, subject to Contributors’ approval.

5. No Offer

The Service is for information purposes only and does not constitute and should not be construed as a solicitation or offer, or recommendation to acquire or dispose of any investment or to engage in any other transaction, or advice of any nature whatsoever. If the Client seeks advice rather than the information it should seek an independent advisor and hereby agrees that it will not hold Dorla responsible in law or equity for any decisions of whatsoever nature the Client makes or refrains from making following its use of the Service.

6. No Reliance

While Dorla uses reasonable efforts to obtain information from sources which it believes to be reliable, Dorla makes no representation or warranty that the information or opinions contained in this website are accurate, reliable, up-to-date or complete. The Client acknowledges that Dorla has used sources whose legitimacy and accuracy it has used reasonable endeavours to ensure in the creation and provision of the Service, and that if the Client believes that any of the information contained therein is inaccurate or misrepresented, the Client will bring this to the notice of Dorla or its agent and provide information to assist Dorla in correcting any such deficiencies, and that the Client will take no further action in law or equity with respect to such inaccurate or misrepresented information or the Client’s belief thereof. The Client further agrees that Dorla will endeavour to rectify such deficiencies in good faith and that such action will be deemed to fulfil Dorla’s and its agents’ obligations to the Client.

The information and opinions contained in this website are provided by Dorla for the Client’s business use and informational purposes only and are subject to change without notice. Nothing in the Service constitutes, and nor should it be construed as, investment, legal, tax or other advice and it should not be relied on in making an investment or other decision. The Client should obtain relevant and specific professional advice before making any investment decision.

7. License

Dorla hereby grants the Client a limited, nonexclusive, non-transferable license (the “License”) to access and utilize the Service and any information contained in the Service or this website or otherwise and howsoever provided by Dorla to the Client (any and all of such data individually and collectively and any part thereof being called the “Data”) solely for its own internal business purposes, all in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Agreement (as hereinafter defined). All rights not specifically granted to the Client are hereby retained by Dorla.

8. Use of Service

The Client undertakes neither to copy and not to modify the Service in whole or in part, nor commercially to exploit the same, and that it will not disclose any Data received by it through its use of the Service to any third party outside the Client’s organization, other than as expressly permitted herein. Usernames and passwords are personal to the individual User, and multiple Users within a single Client Organization will each require an individual username and password. The Client undertakes not to reveal the Client’s username or password to any other person (either body corporate or natural) and acknowledges that any breach of security resulting in the use of its username and/or password by any third party constitutes a material breach of these Terms and Conditions. The Client further acknowledges that the Client will be liable, and Dorla is entitled to compensation from the Client.

In the event that the Client suspects that its username or password has become known to any third party, it is the responsibility of the Client to, and the Client undertakes that it will, promptly inform Dorla, and request a change of its password, and take all reasonable steps to preserve the secrecy of its new password.

Except as expressly permitted hereunder, the Client may not and hereby agrees that it will not:

(i) use the Service in any manner;

(ii) alter, reverse engineer, decompose, disassemble or otherwise seek to duplicate the performance characteristics of the Service;

(iii) rent, lease, lend, sell, sublicense, trade, assign, give or permit access to, disclose, use on behalf of, furnish or redistribute the Service or any part thereof, to any third party not expressly permitted by Dorla, including but not limited to, any affiliate or any other department of the Client;

(iv) remove or obscure Dorla’s proprietary rights notices.

9. Use of Data

Except as expressly permitted hereunder, the Client may not duplicate, download or redistribute any Data into hard copy, machine-readable or any other form without written authorization from Dorla. Any connectivity to another system or any other electronic interface has to be explicitly approved and authorised by Dorla. The Client will not publish, resell or disclose any Data contained in the Service to any third party.

The License granted hereunder permits the Client to access and use the Data as follows:

(i) to include limited excerpts of Data in reports and presentations that are prepared for the Client’s own internal purposes, such purposes not, otherwise than as permitted by the next following sub-clause (ii), to extend to publication in speech or in writing or by any electronic media or otherwise to any third parties; and

(ii) to include limited excerpts of Data in printed or other documents for the purpose of showing to the Client’s bona fide customers and/or investors who shall be made aware of these restrictions upon use of such information and its further distribution, to which the client hereby agrees. In addition, the Client may use limited excerpts of data derived in whole or in part from the Service in presentations or documents disclosed to third parties, and/or disclose such data to the press or other media, and in all instances will ensure that Dorla is cited as the source of the data in a format acceptable to Dorla. The definition of what constitutes a “limited excerpt” of data will be subject to a reasonableness test as follows: if the volume of data and/or the regularity with which the Client wishes to disclose/distribute it to third parties is such that this could reasonably be considered to be a practical alternative for such third parties to having to use the Dorla Service themselves, then this would be considered to exceed what would constitute a “limited excerpt”; conversely, if the data that the Client wishes to disclose/distribute to third parties are limited in extent and forms a natural adjunct to the Client’s normal communications with these parties, then this would be considered to be a “limited excerpt”.

In cases of ambiguity or doubt, the Client should seek Dorla’s advice and approval prior to disclosing the data; Dorla will endeavour to respond promptly to such requests, and will not unreasonably withhold approval to distribute data. In all cases, any printout of any Data from the Service by the Client and/or its agents as permitted above in original form and/or format and/or as modified by the Client will include Dorla’s copyright notice. In the event of a suspected breach or violation of any of the foregoing conditions, or in the event the Client becomes aware of a threat to any Dorla copyright, the Client shall cooperate with Dorla to protect Dorla copyrights by assisting in identifying to whom copies of such Data have been supplied. Dorla shall maintain as confidential any information disclosed by the Client and will use such information solely for the purpose of investigating potential copyright infringement except to the extent if any that disclosure is required for taking legal advice and/or proceedings.

10. Use of Data – Financial Products

Data from the Service may be used by the Client in the preparation and delivery of the financial product(s) for sale or distribution to third parties only with the prior written agreement of Dorla.

11. Data Downloads

The Service may include a facility to enable the Client to download Data in a spreadsheet or other formats of information relating to forex, stocks and/or others, either including or excluding address, and e-mail information. The data and information derived from such data downloads are for use exclusively by the Client, and may not be disclosed, transmitted or passed to any third party without the prior written approval of Dorla, other than as specified in ‘Use of Data’ above. Furthermore, the data and information derived from such data downloads may not be used by the Client for the purposes of mass mailing or e-mailing, taken here to mean the sending of either letters or e-mails of essentially the same content to more than thirty separate recipients in any single occurrence, without the prior written approval of Dorla.

12. Qualified Investors Only

Certain aspects of the Service are only available to accredited, professional and/or qualified investors (as defined in the jurisdiction of the User) or consultants, investment advisers and other agents acting on their behalf (the “Qualified Investors”).

It is the User’s responsibility to be aware of the laws and regulations applicable in the User’s jurisdiction and by using the Service the User represents and warrants to meet them. The Service is not being directed at any person who is a citizen or resident of any jurisdiction in which the use of Service would be contrary to applicable laws or regulations.

13. Disclaimers for US users

Certain aspects of the data provided on the Service are not available to the public, only to “qualified purchasers” (as defined in section 2(a)(51)(A) of the Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended). Data for an interest in a private partnership is based on the investment of the Client as notified by the Client and confirmed by the underlying investment fund manager. The information underlying the Data has been obtained from sources that are believed to be reliable but neither Dorla nor any third party providing data through the Service guaranty the accuracy of the underlying data or projections based thereon. All information should be verified by the User.

14. Disclaimers for UK users

Certain aspects of the data provided herein relate to interests in private partnerships which are unregulated collective investment schemes for the purposes of Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (‘FISMA’). Promotion of these interests is accordingly prohibited unless carried on in accordance with relevant provisions of (a) The Financial Services & Markets Act 2000 (Promotion of Collective Investment Schemes) (Exemptions) Order 2001, (the ‘Order’); or (b) Regulations made by the Financial Conduct Authority (the ‘FCA’) pursuant to its powers under FISMA s238(5), as set out in the following paragraphs.

Such Data presented on the Service is directed at (a) persons reasonably believed by Dorla to be ‘investment professionals’, as defined in article 14 of the Order. This category includes persons authorised under FISMA; persons exempt from the requirement to be so authorised; Governments, local authorities and international organisations (as defined in article 14(7)); and persons having professional experience of participating in unregulated collective investment schemes; and (b) ‘High net worth bodies’, as defined in article 22 of the Order. This category includes companies having net assets or called-up share capital of at least £5 million (or £500,000 if subsidiaries of a company with 20 or more members); unincorporated associations having net assets of at least £5 million, and trustees of trusts holding cash and investments exceeding £10 million in value at any time in the preceding 12 months.

The Service is not being directed at other categories of person and no-one falling outside such categories should rely on any of the information in the Service. The transmission of this communication to any person in the UK other than the categories stated above is unauthorised and may contravene FISMA.

15. Disclaimers for African users

Africa as a continent has different regulations for different countries. With regards to services provided by Dorla, some countries do not have regulations in place for it.

Generally, you should know that the services provided by Dorla, come with a risk of capital loss and hence you should not invest with money you can not afford to lose.

By using this website, you agree to fo forfeit any legal rights or protection your individual country may provide and would not hold Dorla or any of its agents criminally liable in law or equity.

16. Linked Sites

When the Client or User accesses certain links while using the Service, it may leave the Service provided by Dorla. Dorla has not reviewed any of the websites linked to the Service and does not endorse or accept any responsibility for the content of such websites, nor the products or services or other items described on or offered by such websites, nor the data protection practices of or policies on such websites.

17. Ownership of Service

The Client acknowledges that (i) the Service, Data, all copyrights, confidential information, title, any related documentation, and other intellectual proprietary rights embodied therein are and shall remain the property of Dorla; (ii) the Service and Data are subject to protection under the patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret and other intellectual property laws of Switzerland and all other jurisdictions; and (iii) the Service and Data were created, compiled, prepared, selected and arranged by Dorla and its Contributors through the expenditure of substantial time, effort and resources and that the Service constitutes valuable property of Dorla and its Contributors.

From time to time the confidential or private data access will be subject to reviews. Contributors give their consent to provide the data to Dorla voluntarily and for use by Dorla. In that capacity, Dorla can provide this data to its clients, who typically have proven ownership or right to use such data. By accepting these Terms and Conditions, Contributors expressly provide the right to Dorla to use the Data for its clients. Dorla in turn will endeavour to maintain the relationship to owners of Data marked as private.

18. Confidentiality

The Client agrees that the Service supplied by Dorla is confidential and is supplied for the Client’s own internal business use only. Dorla will not disclose to any third party the fact that the Client is a User of the Service or any details concerning the Service supplied, without the prior written agreement of the Client.

19. Change in the Service

Dorla may change, add, enhance, or discontinue from time to time any component of the Service and means of conversion or communication. To the extent Dorla discontinues any component of the Service, the Client’s access and rights to such discontinued element of the Service shall terminate. Dorla may elect to offer and the Client may license and utilize new Services, including but not limited to additional databases and/or additional Data. These Terms and Conditions shall apply to any additional Service.

20. The Dorla Tokens

Some users of our services may be required to buy or sell Dorla tokens (TDC). Dorla Tokens do not represent equity in the organisation. By buying our tokens, you are funding our operations, which may generate returns to you by virtue of the appreciation of the value of the tokens. Users can sell the tokens back at their discretion.

21. Partnership

Partnership with Dorla is defined as buyers of Dorla Tokens, all other definitions remain invalid.

22. Limitations of Liability

While Dorla uses reasonable efforts to prepare and provide the Service to the Client, neither Dorla nor its agent shall be liable for any failure or inability to provide the Service due to any event, condition or circumstances beyond Dorla’s reasonable control. In providing the Data, Dorla relies upon sources that it believes to be accurate, but Client agrees that Dorla cannot and will not verify the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the Data or any work or product or projections based upon such Data, unless agreed otherwise in a separate agreement between the Client and Dorla. The Client acknowledges that any information derived from the Service is intended only for research purposes and not investment decisions. Any investment decision made by the Client or investment advice offered by the Client is provided at the sole risk of the Client. Nothing contained in the Service shall be construed as a solicitation or recommendation to buy, sell, or otherwise invest in any security.

Dorla and its Contributors provide to the Client the Service and Data hereunder on an “as is” basis and without warranty of any kind. The Client hereby waives all other warranties either expressed or implied, including but not limited to any implied warranty of merchantability, satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, compatibility, security or accuracy, non-infringement or otherwise, including the time of performance. Neither Dorla nor the Contributors warrant that the provision of the Service or Data will be uninterrupted or error-free or virus free, nor do they make any warranties (express or implied) as to any results or use of the same. The Client expressly agrees that it uses the Service and Data at its own sole risk. Accordingly, neither Dorla nor its agent nor the suppliers will in any way be liable to the Client or any other entity for any inaccuracies, errors, omissions, delays, damages, claims, liabilities or losses, regardless of cause, in or arising from the use of the Service or Data, or for any damage or delays to the Client’s hardware, software or data caused by or incidental to the use of the Service.

Neither Dorla nor it’s Data Contributors shall be liable for any loss or damage resulting directly or indirectly from mistakes, omissions, interruptions, delays, errors, any act, event, or defect, whether human or mechanical, occurring in the course of furnishing the Service or Data including, but not limited to, computer virus, online failure, failure of performance by third parties, fires, explosions, floods, labour disputes or mechanical breakdown. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if Dorla and/or its agent is deemed liable to the Client for any reason, whether arising in contract, tort, strict liability or otherwise, Dorla’s total liability including that of its agent hereunder shall be limited to Fifty Swiss Francs (CHF 50, or the equivalent in another currency). Neither Dorla nor the Data Contributors shall be liable for any special, consequential, exemplary or punitive damages, including, but not limited to, lost profits, whether or not it or they are aware of the possibility thereof. The Client further agrees that no action, regardless of form, arising from or pertaining to the Service or Data may be brought by the Client more than one (1) year after the event giving rise to such action has occurred.

23. Data Protection

The User recognizes that in order to provide the Service Dorla needs to maintain basic contact and other details concerning the User, and hereby consents to this. The User also recognizes that certain features of the Service store information in Cookies and by using the Service consent to those cookies being set. More details are available in our Privacy Policy.

24. Equitable Relief

In the event the Client’s breach or threatened breach of any of these Terms and Conditions constitutes irreparable harm, the Client acknowledges that money damages in law being insufficient and inappropriate remedy, Dorla shall be entitled to seek injunctive or other appropriate equitable relief.

25. Amendments and Modifications

Dorla reserves the right to amend these Terms and Conditions at any time and from time to time by posting changes on this website and the Client acknowledges that its continued use of the Service constitutes the acceptance of any such revised Terms and Conditions.

26. Severability

Each term and condition of these Terms and Conditions is severable from others and if any shall be held by the Swiss Courts as being invalid or unenforceable, the validity, legality and enforceability of the remaining terms and conditions of these Terms and Conditions shall remain in full force and effect. All terms and conditions of these Terms and Conditions that by their nature would survive termination or expiration of any of other agreements in place between Dorla and the Client, including but not limited to, those related to confidentiality, ownership, intellectual property, warranty statements or indemnities, shall survive the termination or expiration of such agreement.

27. Governing Law

These Terms and Conditions and any modification thereto shall be governed and construed under the laws of Cayman Island without giving effect to any conflict of law provisions. The Client agrees to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Cayman Island courts.