Arrangements to manage conflicts of interests
Golding Capital Partners GmbH has taken adequate arrangements to identify conflicts of interest and to ensure, with reasonable confidence, that risks of damage to the interests of the Golding funds and their investors are prevented. The arrangements ensure that employees can appropriately carry out activities in which conflicts of interest arise and could affect the interests of clients. Golding Capital Partners GmbH expects its employees to endeavor to avoid conflicts of interest on a case-by-case basis and to always perform their financial services with due regard for client interests.
In particular, Golding Capital Partners GmbH has taken the following arrangements:
- Separation of functions and duties.
- Confidentiality areas (so-called “Chinese Walls”).
- Performance-based compensation structure.
- Transparent fee structures.
- Transparent regulations for the allocation of assets (so-called “fair allocation policy”).
- Code of conduct for private transactions by employees.
- Code of conduct for the receipt and granting of presents.
- Internal control function.
- Appointment of a compliance officer.
- Complaint management.
- Point of contact for whistle-blowers.
- Careful selection and thorough training of personnel.