SFDR

FIRM LEVEL WEBSITE DISCLOSURE (ARTICLE 3, 4 AND 5 SFDR)
 

Sustainable Risk Finance Disclosure Regulation (2019/2088) (the Disclosure Regulation)

LSP Advisory B.V. and LSP Management Group B.V. (LSP) make the following disclosures in accordance with articles 3(1), 4 (1) (b) and 5(1) of the Disclosure Regulation.

 

Sustainability risk policies

A sustainability risk means "an environmental, social or governance event or condition that, if it occurs, could cause an actual or potential material negative impact on the value of the investment". For LSP, sustainability risks are risks which, if they were to crystallise, would cause a material negative impact on the value of the portfolio of one or more of its alternative investment funds (AIFs).  

 

Before any investment decisions are made on behalf of an AIF, LSP performs due diligence which covers financial, legal, fiscal, and environmental issues, and is performed using external advisors if required. LSP considers ESG a standard element of the pre-investment due diligence process.
 

The respective investment committee of LSP assesses the identified risks alongside other relevant factors set out in an investment proposal. Following its assessment, the investment committee of LSP makes investment decisions having regard to the relevant AIF's investment policy and objectives.


Remuneration policy

LSP pays staff a combination of fixed remuneration (salary and benefits) and variable remuneration (including bonus). Variable remuneration for relevant staff takes into account compliance with all policies and procedures, including those relating to the impact of sustainability risks on the investment decision making process.


Principal Adverse Impact reporting

LSP at present does not make disclosures on the adverse impacts of its investment decisions on sustainability factors in the manner as set forth in article 4 sub 1 a of the Disclosure Regulation because technical standards as referred to in article 4 sub 6 and 7 of the SFDR which provide for the content, methodologies and presentation of such disclosures have not been adopted by the European Commission yet.

 

In addition, the required data is not always available or procurable, which holds especially true for the investments in publicly listed companies and/or portfolio companies domiciled outside the European Union.

 

LSP closely follows market developments and will reconsider whether it will or should make disclosures on the adverse impacts of its investment decisions on sustainability factors in the manner as set forth in article 4 sub 1 a of SFDR in the course of 2021.


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SFDR

FIRM LEVEL WEBSITE DISCLOSURE (ARTICLE 3, 4 AND 5 SFDR)
 

Sustainable Risk Finance Disclosure Regulation (2019/2088) (the Disclosure Regulation)

LSP Advisory B.V. and LSP Management Group B.V. (LSP) make the following disclosures in accordance with articles 3(1), 4 (1) (b) and 5(1) of the Disclosure Regulation.

 

Sustainability risk policies

A sustainability risk means "an environmental, social or governance event or condition that, if it occurs, could cause an actual or potential material negative impact on the value of the investment". For LSP, sustainability risks are risks which, if they were to crystallise, would cause a material negative impact on the value of the portfolio of one or more of its alternative investment funds (AIFs).  

 

Before any investment decisions are made on behalf of an AIF, LSP performs due diligence which covers financial, legal, fiscal, and environmental issues, and is performed using external advisors if required. LSP considers ESG a standard element of the pre-investment due diligence process.
 

The respective investment committee of LSP assesses the identified risks alongside other relevant factors set out in an investment proposal. Following its assessment, the investment committee of LSP makes investment decisions having regard to the relevant AIF's investment policy and objectives.


Remuneration policy

LSP pays staff a combination of fixed remuneration (salary and benefits) and variable remuneration (including bonus). Variable remuneration for relevant staff takes into account compliance with all policies and procedures, including those relating to the impact of sustainability risks on the investment decision making process.


Principal Adverse Impact reporting

LSP at present does not make disclosures on the adverse impacts of its investment decisions on sustainability factors in the manner as set forth in article 4 sub 1 a of the Disclosure Regulation because technical standards as referred to in article 4 sub 6 and 7 of the SFDR which provide for the content, methodologies and presentation of such disclosures have not been adopted by the European Commission yet.

 

In addition, the required data is not always available or procurable, which holds especially true for the investments in publicly listed companies and/or portfolio companies domiciled outside the European Union.

 

LSP closely follows market developments and will reconsider whether it will or should make disclosures on the adverse impacts of its investment decisions on sustainability factors in the manner as set forth in article 4 sub 1 a of SFDR in the course of 2021.