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Participation Policy Alegra Capital (Lie) AG
Alegra Capital (Lie) AG (hereinafter referred to as the "Company") falls under the term "asset manager" as defined in Art. 367a No. 3 of the Liechtenstein Persons and Companies Act (PGR) and must therefore describe its participation policy as defined in Art. 367h PGR.
The company manages investments in loan securitizations and does not invest in shares of corporations. In this respect, the Company does not exercise any shareholder rights within the meaning of Art. 367h para. 1 items 1 and 4 PGR based on participation in the companies in which the Company has invested within the scope of asset management mandates. In particular, no rights related to general meetings of stock corporations are exercised.
Loan securitizations are usually organized in special purpose companies whose prospectuses exhaustively regulate the rights of the various classes of creditors.
Most of these special purpose companies report on a monthly basis (so-called trustee reports). The monitoring of important matters of the companies within the meaning of Art. 367h para. 1 item 2 PGR is carried out by taking note of the contractual or legally required reporting of the companies in financial reports as well as ad hoc announcements.
An exchange of views with the corporate bodies or the administrators of these special purpose entities within the meaning of Art. 367h para. 1 item 3 PGR takes place within the framework of regular information regarding underlying loans of the special purpose entities. However, the Company has no decision-making authority with regard to such underlying loans. There is no exchange with other investors in these companies.
There is no cooperation with other shareholders or creditors within the meaning of Art. 367h para. 1 items 5 and 6 PGR.
The prospectuses of the securitization structures provide for voting rights regarding early repayment/ dissolution of the structures, respectively refinancing of individual bond categories. The Company safeguards these rights by electively participating in votes and voting in accordance with economic principles.
In the event of conflicts of interest within the meaning of Art. 367h Para. 1 No. 7 PGR, disclosure is made to the parties concerned in accordance with the statutory provisions and clarification of the further course of action is provided with them.
An annual publication on the implementation of the participation policy within the meaning of Art. 367h para. 2 PGR is made in the respective annual reports for the individual funds managed by the Company, insofar as a corresponding exercise of rights within the meaning of Art. 367h para. 1 PGR has taken place.
Voting behavior within the meaning of Art. 367h para. 1 item 3 PGR is published in the respective annual reports of the individual funds managed by the company, insofar as a corresponding participation in voting within the meaning of Art. 367h para. 1 PGR has taken place.
In accordance with the European Union's understanding of sustainability, sustainability is not to be limited to ecological aspects alone but should rather consider the entire ESG spectrum (Environment, Social and Governance). In this regard, ALEGRA CAPITAL is subject to disclosure obligations arising from the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR). In fulfillment of these disclosure obligations, we are disclosing the following:
ALEGRA CAPITAL recognizes its responsibility to ensure a livable future for generations to come. ALEGRA CAPITAL is currently not implementing the strategies required under EU regulations to incorporate sustainability risks into the investment decision-making process or investment advisory process and, as a result, is not considering the adverse impact on sustainability factors. This is due, among other things, to the fact that not all relevant ratings or ESG information are yet available in this regard. ALEGRA CAPITAL's compensation policy is ESG neutral. However, we will closely monitor developments in this area and will provide information here about any changes.