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The Stewardship Code is part of UK company law and contains seven principles that institutional investors are expected to follow. Its requirements are directed towards asset managers who hold voting rights for shares in UK companies. Principally, it aims to make institutional investors, who manage “other people’s money”, be active and engage in corporate governance in the interests of the underlying shareholders.
The seven principles are:
Although Wren Investment Office (the firm) does not invest directly in the shares of UK companies on behalf of its customers, it supports the principles and aims to adhere to them as follows:
The FCA requires delegated Investment Managers, UCITS Management Companies and AIFMs to disclose their approach to the Shareholder Rights Directive (SRD II). Wren Investment Office is currently reviewing the requirements of SRD II and is considering whether to have a specific policy. An update will be published on our website in due course.
Wren Investment Office Limited maintains a Conflicts of Interest Policy, a copy of which is provided to clients as part of our account opening process. If you would like to see a copy of the policy, please contact Philip Newbold at firstname.lastname@example.org
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