Engagement Policy

Regulatory Disclosure

Under the Shareholders Rights Directive firms are required to explain how they engage with the companies that they invest in through an engagement policy or explain why an engagement policy has not been produced.

We have chosen not to produce an engagement policy because we primarily deal with retail clients and mainly invest in assets other than shares for those clients.

An engagement policy is more appropriate to firms providing discretionary services in relation to shares for large institutional clients such as pension or investment funds.

Centralising compliance and regulatory matters are critical to managing risk consistently across the Group

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