A number of ethical principles have been laid down in Code of Ethics to assure high standard of ethical behaviour from Employees/Mangers when performing their duties. The principle of segregation of duties is fundamental to prevent conflicts of interest to adversely affect the interest of the Clients or Investors.
The Employees/Managers possibility to make personal investments in the securities is restricted to avoid the conflicts of interest arising. Specific rules for the trading by the Employees and Managers are outlined in the Code of Ethics.
Since Trigon is managing multiple mandates with similar and also different strategies then this could entail a potential conflict of interest situation. This is mitigated by procedures established for aggregation and allocation of orders in the best execution internal rules. We have implemented practices to take into account material factors and interests of all clients and allocate all investments in a way that we consider fare while taking into account such client factors. Periodical reviews of client portfolio holdings and investment performance mandates take place with the aim to identify any possible favourable treatment.