Oakley takes all reasonable steps to identify conflicts of interest between the Group (including Senior Management, Oakley Employees and any person directly or indirectly linked to us by control) and any Client, that arises or may arise in the course of providing any service to Clients and in the course of carrying on regulated activities or ancillary services.
The Compliance Team has identified and documented the key conflicts (actual and potential) faced by Oakley in its day-to-day business in the Conflicts Inventory as set out in the Conflicts of Interest policy below. This inventory is reviewed annually and updated when a new conflict is identified, with a report provided to the Board of Directors.
Oakley will take appropriate measures to mitigate and manage any realised conflict in a manner that seeks to ensure that the Group act in the best interests of the Client(s).
Oakley takes all reasonable steps to avoid conflicts of interest and, when they cannot be avoided, to identify, manage and monitor and, where applicable, disclose, those conflicts of interest in order to prevent them from adversely affecting the interests and to ensure that the Clients are fairly treated.