Sasria as a registered Financial Services Provider recognises its obligations to those whom it deals with, namely shareholders, employees, customers, suppliers, contractors, agents and the community at large and that Sasria should maintain the highest ethical standard when carrying out its obligations.
Internal controls ensure the maintainence of the conflict of interest registers. A Compliance Officer together with the designated employee shall be responsible for monitoring and reporting on compliance with the conflict of interest Policy.
Quarterly reporting on level of compliance with the policy is reported on to the management governance committees, relevant board committees ( Investment committee), the Board and the Shareholder.
Sasria views its Conflict of Interest Policy in a serious light and failure by any employee to adhere to this Policy constitutes misconduct and may result in disciplinary action being taken against such employee in accordance with Sasria’s human capital policies.
This policy is one of the material policies reserved for Board approval and shall be subject to a review and approval process.