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LRI Ueber Uns

Corporate Governance

As Luxemburg Management Company and AIFM we are regulated by the Luxembourg financial authority Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF).

LRI Invest S.A. acts as Super Management Company (Super ManCo) being authorised as Alternative Investment Fund Manager (AIFM) and UCITS Management Company in Luxembourg.

Our governance rules cover the exercise of equity voting rights in the interests of investors, dealing with complaints, avoiding conflicts of interest and optimal order execution.

As member of Association of the Luxembourg Fund Industry (ALFI) we also subscribe to the ALFI Guidelines and Recommendations such as the Code of Conduct for Luxembourg Investment Funds.

Best execution policy

LRI Invest S.A. introduced principles to execute customer orders which are subject to regular reviews and updated if necessary. The decision regarding how to use trade orders depends on a number of factors. The price of the asset is one of the key factors in taking a decision, but not the sole criterion. Other criteria may be the cost of executing the order, the speed and/or the likelihood of execution or processing. If you would like more detailed information about the principles used for the execution of customer orders, please write to:

or by post:
LRI Invest S.A. 9A,
Rue Gabriel Lippmann
L-5365 Munsbach.

Best execution policy (224.98 kB, PDF)

Complaints policy

Customer satisfaction is very important to us.

We at LRI Invest S.A. feel ourselves obliged to provide our services in the interests of and to the full satisfaction of our clients and investors.

If you should find yourself nonetheless dissatisfied for any reason, please contact in the first instance your personal relationship manager or the LRI Invest S.A. Complaints Officer.

You can reach the Complaints Officer:

by post:
LRI Invest S.A. Complaints Officer 9A,
Rue Gabriel Lippmann
L-5365 Munsbach

by email:

by fax: (+352) 42 74 54

We have set ourselves high standards in the resolution of complaints. Within 10 business days following receipt of your complaint, you will receive an initial response and relevant information about what happens next and the time needed for processing.

As a second step, if you are unsatisfied with the response, you may write to the responsible member of the management board for complaints, Mr Thomas Grünewald.

If you do not receive a satisfactory response within a month, you will have the third step of using the out-of-court resolution procedure for appeals to the CSSF (CSSF Regulation no. 16-07). Please note that the application must be submitted to the CSSF within a period of one year from the date an appeal was lodged with our relevant board. If the time limit passes, the request is inadmissible.

CSSF contact information:

by post:
Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier Département Juridique II
110, route d’Arlon
L-1150 Luxembourg

by email:

by fax: (+352) 26 25 1 - 601

We are not obliged to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer arbitration board within the meaning of § 36, para. 1 Consumer Dispute Resolution Act.

Complaints policy (216.15 kB, PDF)

Conflicts of interest policy

LRI Invest S.A. introduced principles to deal with conflicts of interest which are subject to regular reviews regarding their relevancy and updated if necessary. Client interests always take precedence over those of the company. If you would like more detailed information about how our company deals with conflicts of interest, please write to:

or by post:
LRI Invest S.A.
9A, Rue Gabriel Lippmann
L-5365 Munsbach

Conflicts of interest policy (242.38 kB, PDF)

Remuneration policy

The remuneration policy plays an important role in the implementation of LRI Invest S.A.'s corporate objectives with regard to sustainable growth prospects and is of central importance for the further development of the employee base and service quality for customers as well as for investor protection. It is also in line with the interests of clients and managed funds.

To the extent that LRI Invest S.A. has outsourced the functions of portfolio or risk management, it ensures that these agents are subject to comparable remuneration policy regulations.

Voting rights policy

The company exercises the shareholders’ and creditors’ rights associated with the investments of the retail funds it manages independently and exclusively in the interests of the investors of the fund in question.

The principles listed here represent the guidelines that LRI Invest S.A. uses to exercise the shareholders’ voting rights.

Each decision is based solely on the interests of the investor of the relevant fund assets.

Decisions on the exercise of votes are taken independently of the interests of third parties.

The integrity of the markets must be maintained in any case.

As a matter of principle, LRI Invest S.A.exercises the voting rights associated with the managed fund assets within Germany. In other countries, voting rights are exercised provided that the interests of in the individual case are taken into consideration and particularly that the costs for exercising the voting rights appear necessary.

Proxies who are not employed with LRI Invest S.A.usually attend Annual General Meetings.Guidelines of LRI Invest S.A. on the authorisation of counterparties for OTC derivatives and securities financing transactions

The counterparties or financial counterparties within the meaning of Article 3(3) of Regulation (EU) 2015/2365 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2015 on transparency of securities financing transactions and of reuse and amending Regulation (EU) No 648/2012 (“SFTR”) for derivatives transactions, securities financing transactions as well as other techniques and instruments must be institutions subject to state supervision and belong to a category recognised by the CSSF. In addition, they must specialise in this type of transaction. LRI Invest S.A. uses various quality criteria to select counterparties.

Essentially the following criteria for eligible counterparties apply.

  • Country of origin
  • The counterparty must have a registered office in the European Economic Area or in one of the G-10 countries.
  • Minimum rating
  • The counterparty must have at least an investment grade rating (AAA–BBB).
  • If the rating is A- or lower, then further quality criteria to determine the counterparty’s credit rating apply.
  • Contractual arrangements for providing collateral
  • A standardised framework agreement, including collateral annex, is entered into with the counterparty in contracts for which collateral is required.

Voting Rights Policy (104.38 kB, PDF)

Reference to dispute settlement procedures and the Ombudsman Office for members

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