Antin is entirely independent and 100% owned by its Partners. The independent governance
of the Firm ensures there are no overriding decision-making obligations to a shareholder that may
give rise to conflicts of interest, such as a bank, insurance company or asset manager.
The governance of all Antin-managaed funds has been defined to mitigate the risk of conflicts of interest between funds and its investors. Should any conflict of interest arise, the conflict is first disclosed to the Chief Compliance Officer and the Managing Partners. If the conflict is not subsequently resolved, it is submitted for the Investors’ Committee’s (“IC”) consideration. As of today, the Firm is not aware of any conflicts of interest among the Firm, any affiliates and external service providers.
ICs are constituted of a Fund’s investor representatives who were invited by Antin to become members. The IC meets on a formal basis annually at an event organised by Antin. The IC has the authority to manage conflict of interest situations, asset valuation methodology amendments and other matters which are specifically cited in the funds’ bylaws. Antin cannot carry out any transaction involving a conflict of interest unless the IC has approved the transaction.