Corporate Governance and Supervision

Triple Jump is (delegated) fund manager of several investment funds, all of them non-listed. We have established our own fund governance policy in order to assure sound operations and the duty to care. 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 Remuneration policy here. Triple Jump has a Complaints Policy and procedure in place to ensure adequate and prompt follow-up on any complaint from investors.

If you wish to read Triple Jump’s Fund Governance policies, please send an email with your request to [email protected]

Please click here to see our updated (2022) Organisational Structure chart.


Triple Jump takes all reasonable steps to avoid conflicts of interest. Where such conflicts cannot be avoided, Triple Jump will identify, manage and monitor, and where applicable, disclose, those conflicts of interest in order to prevent them from adversely affecting the interests of the investment funds and their investors. Moreover, Triple Jump has procedures in place to deal with conflicts of interest if they arise to ensure fair treatment of the investment funds and investors involved.


Triple Jump is a private company limited by shares : Oxfam Novib, the ASN Bank, NOTS foundation, STAK and its Management Board. Oxfam Novib established Triple Jump as a continuation of its own programmes in support of microfinance.
Oxfam Novib aims for sustainable development by supporting initiatives of poor people in developing countries by giving them a voice. ASN Bank a former Dutch ethical bank (now a trade name of the Volksbank N.V.) which aims to promote a sustainable society. NOTS believes that the efficiency of development aid can be increased by an entrepreneurial approach.

Code of Ethics and Professional Standards

As a socially-conscious investment fund manager, Triple Jump is committed to working with our clients according to the highest possible standards of ethics and professional behavior. In other words, we believe that ethical behavior is good for our reputation and therefore good for our business. Our integrity is important to gain confidence and trust. Trust is the foundation upon which all business transactions are conducted. For this reason, Triple Jump has adopted a Code of Ethics and Professional Standards, which guide the work of our staff and management in all of its operations, on a daily basis. The Code is based on CFA® Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct, which is widely regarded as the global standard in the investment management industry.

Service Organization Control Report Type II under ISAE 3402. KPMG has reported on Triple Jump’s description of control measures, on the design and the effectiveness of controls according to Dutch law, including Standard 3402.

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