COMPANY NAME: ACE MANAGEMENT REGISTERED ADDRESS: 32 Rue de Monceau – 75008 Paris EMAIL: Contact INTRA-COMMUNITY VAT NO: FR 59429025422 SIREN NO: 429025422 APE CODE: 6630Z LEGAL FORM:Société anonyme with Management Board and Supervisory Board WEBSITE DESIGN AND BUILD: Mazarine Digital / 2, square Villaret de Joyeuse - 75017 Paris / www.mazarine.com - Signe Ascendant - Atelier marketing et communication / 29, rue Cambacérès - 75008 Paris
ACE Management is a subsidiary of Tikehau Capital. Tikehau Capital is an alternative asset management and investment company, offering investors investment opportunities aimed at long-term wealth creation within four business lines: private debt, real estate, private equity and liquid strategies. By leveraging its own funds to support the group’s various investment strategies, Tikehau Capital fosters the ideal alignment of interests for building a trusting relationship with its shareholders and investors. Controlled by its management team alongside top-tier institutional partners, Tikehau Capital has offices in Paris, London, Brussels, Madrid, Milan, New York, Seoul and Singapore. Tikehau Capital is listed on the Euronext Paris index, compartment A (ISIN: FR0013230612; ticker: TKO.FP).
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PREVENTION AND HANDLING OF CONFLICTS OF INTEREST
At ACE Management, the prevention and handling of conflicts of interest come under the general framework resulting from Directive 2011/61/EU on Alternative Investment Fund Managers (AIFM Directive), implemented in French law in Article L533-10-30 of the Financial and Monetary Code (COMOFI), Articles 318-12 to 318-15 of the General Financial Markets Regulation (RGAMF) and the provisions of Chapter 1 of the Code of Conduct for Management Companies.
As such, the following are in place at ACE Management:
a policy for handling conflicts of interest, including a list of the main potential or verified conflicts of interest noted by the company;
appropriate procedures for identifying and, where applicable, dealing with conflicts of interest;
a record of conflicts of interest already experienced.
Preventive measures have been implemented, including:
a staff code of conduct and principles for staff remuneration;
safeguarding of confidential and privileged information and trade secrets;
the role of staff on the boards of our holdings in order to act in the interests of the investments while respecting the governing bodies’ proper functioning;
action taken by staff on their own initiative;
benefits and gifts received by staff;
rules for using both traditional and electronic communication;
regular reviews of all action taken to identify situations likely to result in conflicts of interest.
Lastly, if ACE Management were to note that the implemented measures were insufficient to rule out the risk of damage to clients’ interests with reasonable certainty, the company would write to the affected clients to inform them of the nature or source of the conflict and allow them to make a decision in full knowledge of the facts.
Any additional information on this policy for preventing and handling conflicts of interest can be requested from ACE Management.
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