Apples. Photo by Fischer Twins on UnsplashThe management of conflicts is important in building long-term relationships with the companies in which we invest. To drive change and have an impact on the market we need to be seen as a trusted, fair and transparent investor. Brunel is required to maintain and operate effective organisational and administrative arrangements to ensure all reasonable steps are taken to prevent Conflicts of Interest from adversely affecting the interests of the Clients, as well as the Clients’ members and their Administering Authorities.

Brunel owes each of its clients a duty of care with respect to all services undertaken on their behalf. Brunel places its clients’ interests ahead of its own, and undertakes activities in a manner consistent with the best interests of all clients.

We are committed to dealing responsibly, openly and professionally with any conflict of interest and we expect all employees, clients and stakeholders to maintain high standards.

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