Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations


This statement applies to the activities of Platina Partners LLP and its subsidiaries (together “Platina”).

The Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations (“SFDR”) require financial market participants, including but not limited to investment managers and investment advisers, to consider sustainability risks across various aspects of their activities and make certain website and pre-contractual disclosures relating to their relevant policies.

Sustainability risks are environmental, social or governance events or conditions that, if they occur, could cause an actual or potential material negative impact on the value of an investment.

As part of its investment selection and monitoring processes, Platina considers sustainability risks and assesses whether there are any likely impacts of sustainability risks on the returns of the investments which it manages or advises on.

Platina’s team analyses sustainability factors relating to environmental, social and employee matters, respect for human rights, anti-corruption and anti-bribery matters, however, does not currently consider principal adverse impacts (“PAI”) of investment decisions and advice on those factors. Taking into account the size, nature and scale of Platina’s core investment strategies which span private equity, disruptive business models and technologies as well as multi-assets management, gathering consistent and readily available PAI data is complex. Platina will continue to monitor data availability and review its position periodically.

More details on Platina’s responsible investment policies and investment approach can be found in Platina’s ESG Charter.

As regards Platina’s remuneration policy, Platina is putting in place sustainability risk and responsible investment objectives for its Executive and Investment Teams, and, as appropriate, for the wider team. These will be linked to flexible remuneration.