Exercising ones right to vote at the General Assembly is an integral part of our fiduciary responsibility and our role as a responsible investor.
As such, Ventech SAS enacts its voting rights policy in accordance with the provisions of article 314-100 of the RGAMF (AMF Regulations).
The conflict of interest management policy applies to all Ventech partners.
As a pioneering early-stage investor in the pan-European VC playground, Ventech deeply believes in the role played by impact investing and the responsibility in choosing to invest in projects, companies and sectors that are environmental, social and governance responsible.
In addition to financing business models which are, for the most part, sustainable in nature, Ventech aims to act responsibly through all its activities and in particular with regard to investments made by its funds under management, by gradually bringing ESG issues to bear on all the companies it supports, which will later conduct to a more sustainable economy and a better world of tomorrow.
VENTECH attaches great importance to the protection of your personal data.
Ventech has set up a remuneration policy for all its employees that allows:
- to align the general performance of the company with the interest of its investors.
- not to encourage the company's employees to take excessive risks.
The remuneration policy reflects a qualified risk management at Ventech since it does not encourage excessive risk-taking of any kind (financial risks, operational risks, risks of the company’s sustainability, etc.) due to variable remuneration, particularly for the essential risk-takers who are the members ofthe investment team.
Established in 2011, this policy is reviewed at least annually and should also be rediscussed when there are changes in the company's organization or its scope of activity.
Ventech holds available all details of the remuneration policy. For whom may be interested, please consult the Ventech team at 47 avenue de l'Opéra -75002 PARIS.