Corporate Governance and Supervision
In accordance with the principles of good governance, Triple Jump has an external board which meets at least four times per year, but has exchanges with the management team on a more frequent basis. The Board Members are appointed by the Shareholders, and each Board Member has a strong expertise in the areas of development, finance and/or entrepreneurship. The Board Members are strong advocates of Triple Jump’s double objective of social and financial returns. In June 2015, Triple Jump received news from AFM (Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets) that they had been granted the license as Manager of Alternative Investment Funds (AIFMD license). In addition to its current investment management services, this allows Triple Jump to act as manager of alternative investment funds targeted to professional investors. For the AFM register, click here.
Triple Jump is (delegated) fund manager of several investment funds, all of them non-listed. In this role, Triple Jump finds it important to adhere to the Principles of Fund Governance as published by the Dutch Fund and Asset Management Association. We have established our own fund governance policy in order to assure sound operations and the duty to care, it can be found here. Triple Jump has a remuneration policy in place that is consistent with its strategy and does not encourage risk-taking. The fixed and variable parts of the salary are appropriately balanced. The variable part is determined in a comprehensive way and is based on the obtainment of corporate and team targets. Please read about our Renumeration policy here. Triple Jump has a complaints procedure in place to ensure adequate and prompt follow-up on any complaint from investors. Please read here for Triple Jump complaints procedure.