The main general company-wide policies are discussed in Keva's code of conduct:
In the external equity and fixed income investments, most significant conflict of interest relates to such unrecognized or emerging principal-agent- problem which jeopardizes the long-term return potential.
Aligning the interest with the selected external asset managers is a critical, prioritized matter both in pre- and post-due diligence phase. Much of this relates to ensuring the same long-termism is consistently shared by both parties, and that the long-termism is enforced through e.g. appropriate incentive mechanisms.
However, there are occasionally incidents where transparency and predictability in the manager’s actions and long-term performance deteriorates. This includes e.g. shift in the firm’s focus, departure of key people, adverse changes in the ownership or investment style drift. As a long term investors, we have patience to evaluate investment managers’ actions and performance over an extended time frame and strive for assessing the potential causalities of such changes in an objective manner. Severe conflicts of interest may, however, lead to termination of the investment strategy.
In the internal management, access to personnel ownership information of the people who are responsible for investment decisions is available on the website (code of conduct).