Investment management, requires management.
Disciplined investing requires much more than simply mitigating losses. It requires establishing a culture of integrity, internal controls, sound corporate governance, departmental checks-and-balances, documented procedures, sound processes, succession plans, cybersecurity, and more. We have recognized and addressed broad enterprise risk for nearly three decades. That is just the beginning.
We help advance the industry’s highest organizational standards and best practices.
We continuously evaluate the firm’s organizational structure and processes against industry best practices and investor’s prevailing concerns. Then we aim beyond. We continually hone a strong operational structure built on internal controls in a transparent environment.
Strong internal controls with segregation of duties and review process
We have made sure that all organizational functions have clear individual ownership, responsibility and accountability. These then have secondary oversight and are illuminated organizationally through transparency.
Industry’s highest standards – our standards.
We are a proud member of AIMA and a signatory of SBAI.
AIMA, the Alternative Investment Management Association, is the global representative of the alternative investment industry, with more than 1,600 corporate members in over 50 countries. AIMA has an active influence in policy development and provides leadership in industry initiatives such as educational programs and areas of sound practices. Learn more about AIMA
The Standards Board for Alternative Investments, is a standard-setting body for the alternative investment industry and acts as custodian of the Standards. It provides a powerful mechanism for creating a framework of transparency, integrity and good governance which improves how the industry operates, facilitates investor due diligence and complements public policy. Learn more about SBAI.
Risk goes beyond investment risk.
It spans the entire enterprise and reaches across stakeholders. It is why we have a robust enterprise risk management framework where there is clear risk identification and ownership.
Risk identification and ownership
Organizational checks and balances
Centralized ERM framework
Senior members of the firm operate on clear mandates for risk categories that fall under their areas.
Where there is a separation of duties and oversight for all key operational areas of the firm.
Our Enterprise Risk Management framework extends to the highest level of governance. Our Chief Enterprise Risk Officer has an independent reporting line to the Board of Directors.
Transparency to our investors.
Our framework for investor reporting is designed to provide assurance and answers.
Full Spectrum of Reporting
We believe in investor transparency and understanding. We also believe in multiple sources of information including independent third parties.
We report daily, weekly and monthly with a rich mixture of performance, risk, and qualitative measures.
Our secure investor website is accessible 24/7. Administration, Auditing, and Independent Custody is our standard.