Sustainability risk means an environmental, social or governance event or condition that, if it occurs, could cause an actual or a potential material negative impact on the value of the investment.
The team of Infinity Recycling B.V. (“Infinity Recycling” or “IRC”) is determined to deliver long term, sustainable investment performance and reach their sustainable investment objective. As such, ongoing identification, analysis and management of sustainability risks and opportunities is undertaken as part of the active portfolio management of Infinity Recycling's investments. Any gaps and risks identified in the monitoring phase shall be followed up with management and further incorporated in the ESG Action Plan as control measure. Also, Infinity Recycling can decide to disinvest as ultimate remedy.
Please refer to Annex I
Infinity Recycling is currently structuring, together with the fund's Limited Partners, the variable remuneration scheme to be offered to Infinity Recycling's key employees that will be directly related to the carried interest results. This policy will take into account the requirements of the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) and will be based on the guidelines on sound remuneration policies under the AIFMD (ESMA Guidelines).
The remuneration policy will be consistent with and will contribute to a sound and effective risk management framework (including sustainability risks) and does not encourage risk taking beyond what is acceptable for Infinity Recycling and its funds.
Variable payments to staff members will depend on the profitability of the company, the performance of the funds, extraordinary commitment to the firm, customer satisfaction, work according to ethical standards, and/or other performance/non-performance related criteria.
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