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Terms and Conditions of access to the Portal

Access to this restricted area of the Website (the “Portal”) is intended only for the person whose access has been given by an authorised representative of CCP (the “Recipient”). The content contained in this Portal is designated solely to provide the Recipient with non-exhaustive private asset market information (the “Purpose”). All information, including but not limited to the identity, business, affairs, customers, clients, suppliers, plans, intentions,  market opportunities, operations, processes, product information, know-how, technical information, designs, trade secrets or software, of any counterparties in or of the Purpose, available in this Portal and otherwise made available in writing, visual or machine readable form (including email) or orally to the Recipient or their Representatives by CCP in relation to the Purpose, including any analyses, compilations, notes, studies, memoranda or other documents containing, reflecting or otherwise derived from such information, is “Confidential Information”.

In accessing this Portal, the Recipient agrees that:

(a) the Portal is for informational purposes only and they will not treat or represent the Portal as investment advice;

(b) CCP do not recommend or endorse any product;

(c) The Portal is not intended to address the Recipient’s particular requirements. CCP are not aware of circumstances specific to the Recipient and which could influence which financial products are more or less suitable and do not represent that we are aware of any such circumstances. CCP do not recommend that any particular product is suitable for the Recipient;

(d) No information on the Portal constitutes or should be interpreted as a solicitation to engage in any investment activity;

(e) Any investment decision made by the Recipient is entirely at their own risk; the Recipient acknowledges that an investment opportunity will involve significant risks due to, among other things, the nature of the opportunity and that they will have due regard to the risk factors and investment considerations. Investors must have the financial ability and willingness to accept the risks and each liquidity characteristic of the opportunity described in the governing documents. The Recipient should make their own investigations and evaluations of the merits and risks of any potential investment opportunity and should consult their own legal, regulatory, tax, business, investment, financial, and accounting advisers;

(f) The Recipient may not use the Portal in, or generate based on the Portal, any advice, recommendations, guidance, publications or alerts made available to their clients or other third parties.

“CCP” means Credit Capital Partners LLP. “Representatives” means the entity the Recipient is employed by and such entity’s directors, officers, and employees.

Confidential Information

In accessing this Portal, the Recipient agrees with the following conditions:

·      Keep the Confidential Information confidential and not disclose any of it to any person other than to their Representatives who need to know the same information for the Purpose. In such a case, ensure that any Representatives to whom Confidential Information is to be made available are fully aware of the confidential nature of the Confidential Information and shall be directed to treat such information confidentially in accordance with the requirements of these Terms and Conditions;

·      Only use the Confidential Information or disclose it in accordance with these Terms and Conditions for the sole purpose of considering, evaluating, advising on or furthering the Purpose and shall not use it for any other purpose;

·      Keep the Confidential Information and any copies thereof (if granted access to perform such action) secure and in such a way so as to prevent unauthorised access by any third party;

·      Not make any copies of Confidential Information or reproduce it in any form except for the purpose of supplying the same to those to whom disclosure is permitted in accordance with these Terms and Conditions;

·      Inform CCP promptly if the Recipient becomes aware that Confidential Information has been disclosed to an unauthorised third party or of any breach of which it becomes aware;

·      Inform CCP promptly, to the extent permitted by law, if any disclosure of the Confidential Information is required by law or by any competent or regulatory authority;

·      Be responsible for any breach of the obligations under these Terms and Conditions by any Representative; and

·      Return or, at Recipient’s option, destroy all written Confidential Information provided to the Recipient or their Representatives which is in the Recipient’s possession or under the Recipient’s custody and control without keeping any copies thereof and direct such Representatives to do the same and, upon request by CCP, provide written confirmation of such destruction.

The Recipient represents that, to their knowledge, none of their or their Representatives’ employees directly involved in the Purpose is acting as a broker for or representative of any person unless otherwise disclosed to in advance and agreed by CCP.

Unauthorised Use

The unauthorised use and disclosure of the Confidential Information constitutes a breach of these Terms and Conditions and a breach of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679. Please see CCP’s Privacy Notice at: https://www.creditcapitalpartners.com/privacy/

The Recipient agrees that damages would not be an adequate remedy for any breach of the terms hereof and that CCP shall be entitled to the remedies of injunction, specific performance and any other equitable relief for a threatened or actual breach of the foregoing provisions in addition to any other remedy to which CCP may be entitled at law or in equity.


The Confidential Information is believed to be accurate only at the date of posting and does not imply that the Confidential Information is correct at any time subsequent to the date of posting and such Confidential Information may be subject to change at any time.

Neither CCP nor any of their officers, employees or advisors makes any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to, or assumes responsibility for, the accuracy, reliability or completeness of any of the Confidential Information, or shall be under any obligation to update or correct any inaccuracy in the Confidential Information or be otherwise liable to the Recipient or any other person in respect of the Confidential Information. The Recipient agrees that neither they, their Representatives nor any other person or entity with which they share the Confidential Information shall sue CCP for any matter relating to the Confidential Information.

Certain information contained on the Portal constitutes forward-looking statements which are based on certain assumptions that may be subject to change. Due to various risks and uncertainties, actual events or results or the actual performance of the investment opportunity may differ materially from those reflected or contemplated in such forward-looking statements.

The Recipient acknowledges that certain materials included on the Portal may have been prepared by third parties and acknowledges that while such materials have been obtained from sources believed to be reliable and current, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and in certain cases, the information contained therein has not been updated through the date hereof. The Recipient understands and agrees that the CCP do not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in such materials, and nothing contained therein should be relied upon as a promise or representation as to past or future performance of a fund or any other investment opportunity.

Nothing in these Terms and Conditions is intended to, or shall be deemed to, establish any partnership or joint venture between the parties, constitute any party the agent of another party, or authorise any party to make or enter into any commitments for or on behalf of any other party.

Portal Use

The Recipient will receive a username and create a password (together, the “Credentials”) to access the Portal. The Recipient is solely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality and security of their Credentials. The Recipient may not disclose their Credentials to any third party. The Recipient accepts full responsibility for any use of their Credentials. The Recipient must notify CCP immediately of any actual or suspected loss, theft or unauthorized use of their Credentials. CCP is not obligated to inquire as to the authority or propriety of any use of or action taken under the Recipient’s Credentials. CCP will not be responsible for any loss to the Recipient that arises from such use or action or from the Recipient’s failure to comply with these provisions.

CCP have the right to disable any Recipient’s Credentials, whether chosen by the Recipient or allocated to them, at any time, if in our reasonable opinion the Recipient has failed to comply with any of the provisions of these Terms and Conditions.

The Recipient agrees that all or any portion of the Portal may not be available and may not function properly at any time. At any time, the Portal may have and may cause technological problems such as viruses and other damaging computer programming routines or engines. CCP disclaims any liability for any interception of data or communications and does not guarantee the security of the Portal. CCP is not liable for any damage or injury caused by the performance or failure of performance of all or any portion of the Portal, or for any defects, delays or errors in or resulting from the Recipient’s use of the Portal.

If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is held to be invalid or unenforceable by any judicial or other competent authority, the provision in question will apply with the minimum modifications necessary to make it valid and enforceable and all other provisions of these Terms and Conditions will remain in full force and effect and shall in no way be affected, impaired or invalidated.

These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by the laws of, and each party irrevocably submits to the courts of, England and Wales.

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By ticking the ‘Please accept’ box on this page, the Recipient acknowledges that they (i) have read, understand, and agree to, the above Terms and Conditions of use of the Portal, as well as the legal provisions governing use of the Website (available on https://www.creditcapitalpartners.com/legal) , and (ii) are authorised to legally bind the entity that employs them and whom they are accessing the Confidential Information on behalf of. Each time the Recipient uses the Portal, their use indicates their full acceptance of and agreement to abide by the Terms and Conditions in their then current form.


CCP considers that sustainability integration and its ongoing measurement positively contribute to a manager investment activities. CCP monitors closely how managers address, implement and keep on improving on their Responsible Investing (RI) duties and the incorporation framework building across their investment strategies to appropriately identify, assess and take action on environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects in their investment process.

At CCP, as part of our services, we systematically assess investment managers and strategies to gauge how they incorporate ESG criteria in their approach, stewardship and engagement. This way, CCP clients can benefit from a strong visibility, consistency and comparability on the extent to which ESG factors are integrated by investment managers to the overall investment process and governance, and whether this fits their investment requirements.

As a firm policy, CCP particularly values managers able and willing to allocate capital to sustainable investments and express commitment to transparency. CCP believes that adopting this type of approach is part of key factors to a manager success in executing successful business plans and matching investor expectations. In addition, CCP highly values managers who keep on making ESG progress, including updating their view, improving their integration framework implementation and making wide-ranging efforts around sustainability and diversity.

CCP closely monitors manager progress on key ESG initiatives.



Manager transparency in communications on these topics (soft and hard items) with our clients is paramount in preserving the trust of capital allocators. CCP is particularly vigilant about the notion of greenwashing and analyses managers culture and processes in details to check that they are actually in line with communicated guidelines.

Overall, CCP European funds under due diligence and monitoring are increasingly classified as Article 8 under the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR), meaning they promote environmental and/or social characteristics, or Article 9, meaning they have sustainable investment as an objective. However, we carefully review the elements that a manager took into consideration to classify their fund as Article 8 for instance, and we form our own opinion on the matter.



Climate and climate-related topics are a particular focus for CCP. As a result, CCP welcomes Boards of asset management groups to exhibit sound climate policy and risk governance as follows:

First, a strong oversight with climate-competence demonstrating awareness of climate risks as well a healthy ability to foster healthy debate on climate topics, challenging management assumptions and making thoughtful and informed decisions regarding those risks.

Second, putting in place a robust risk oversight and mitigation measures, including setting targets, such as science-based targets approved by SBTi, resulting in net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across operations and investments by 2050, aligned with the goal of the Paris Agreement and integrating climate risk considerations into strategic business planning and capital allocation decisions. As well, manager initiative and contribution to an industry-wide drive to achieve net zero GHG emissions, represents a strong sign of mature and responsible ESG approach.

Finally, an effective and comprehensive disclosure policy, both qualitative and quantitative, to show progress over time, preferably written in accordance with the framework of the Task force on Climate-related Financial disclosures (TCFD).


Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

DEI has become another essential focal point for all investor types. Investigating about the ethnic, gender and racial diversity of fund managers and integrating a DEI filter across their investment allocations has been an increasingly widespread approach by our investor base.

Interestingly, DEI filter integration into our due diligence process may result in various types of solutions depending on the preferred focus: whether our clients are looking to primarily collect information on asset management firms ownership by minorities and diverse representation throughout the entire company, or on specific diversity at the portfolio management team level, or on the extent to which a portfolio company DEI policies are assessed and evaluated in the asset management firm’s investment process, or a combination thereof, we can propose tailor-made thorough research built around those requirements.

Beyond data on representation, we believe that it is important to gather additional information to help assess how deeply integrated to the corporate culture DEI initiatives are. This may include for instance affordable housing finance, healthcare and parental leave benefits, minority pay gap monitoring, financial inclusion practices, human rights policies and practices, and community relations, among others.


CCP focus on sustainability has increased substantially since the beginning of the decade and we anticipate it will continue to grow. CCP firmly believes that long-term financial performance of managers goes hand in hand with the long-term ESG impact embedded in their actions.