Exercising the right to vote at the general assembly is an integral part of our fiduciary responsibility and our role as a responsible investor.
For this reason, Ventech SA enacted its voting rights policy in accordance with the provisions of article 314-100 of the RGAMF (AMF Regulations).
The policy regarding conflict of interest management applies to all of Ventech’s partners.
Although Ventech is sensitive to environmental, social and governance criteria and encourages the companies in its portfolio to act in these areas when negotiating shareholder agreements, the management company does not wish to systematically apply these criteria to its investment policy, due to the very early maturity stage of the companies in which the funds invest and the specific nature of the investment sector, i. e. not industrial but digital services.
These reasons explain why, pursuant to 4°of II of Article D-533-16-1 of the Monetary and Financial Code, Ventech does not provide the regulatory information mentioned in 1° to 3° of II of Article D-533-16-1 of the Monetary and Financial Code.