La Maison Partners is a portfolio management company. You are currently connected to the website of La Maison Partners, a simplified joint stock company with a single shareholder and a capital of 1,500,000 euros, whose head office is located at 10 rue du Mont Thabor 75001, Paris, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under the unique number 853 442 291, tel: 01 40 28 48 68. The Company is being approved by the Autorité des marchés financiers as a portfolio management company (number to be communicated soon). The company is registered with ORIAS as insurance broker under the number 19007161 .
Name of the person responsible for publication: Thomas Visan
The content of this site is purely informative and in no way constitutes a recommendation to subscribe to any investment. It cannot claim to be assimilated to active marketing activity. Thus, the information published, which only presents the opinion of the portfolio management company's teams at a given time, has no contractual value.
Internet users assume full responsibility for the use of this site or the information it contains. The Company may not be held liable for any damage related to the consultation or use of the site by Internet users.
Nevertheless, La Maison Partners makes every effort to ensure the accuracy and updating of information on the site. It has the possibility to modify or delete the content of the site without notice. However, La Maison Partners cannot guarantee the accuracy, precision or completeness of the information available on the site.
The Company undertakes to make every effort to ensure that Internet users have access to and use the site in a quality manner. The Company cannot be held responsible for problems related to the connection of the Internet user to the Internet, computer viruses carried via this network or by another means, or any malicious acts carried out via this network or by another means.
Protection of personal data
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In this respect, the Internet user has the right to access, rectify and delete personal data concerning him/her, as well as the right to limit the processing and the portability of his/her data. They also have the right to object on legitimate grounds to the processing of their personal data as well as the right to object to the processing of their data for canvassing purposes.
The Internet user may exercise his rights at any time by sending a letter to the address :
La Maison Partners
10 rue du Mont Thabor
or an email to : firstname.lastname@example.org
In particular, this website is not intended for use by residents or citizens of the United States of America and "U.S. Persons", as defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission's "Regulation S" under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933.
In addition, the financial products described on this website are not registered under any United States federal securities laws or any other applicable law in the states, territories and possessions of the United States of America. Therefore, none of the products mentioned on this website may be marketed directly or indirectly in the United States and to residents and citizens of the United States of America and U.S. Persons.
During navigation on the site, information relating to the navigation of the Internet user, are likely to be recorded in "cookie" files, subject to the choices that the Internet user will have expressed concerning cookies and that he can modify at any time. The term "cookies" is to be taken in the broadest sense and covers all the tracers deposited and / or read, for example, when consulting a website, reading an e-mail, installing or using a software or mobile application.
The site may include links to other Web sites or other Internet sources. Insofar as La Maison Partners cannot control these external sites and sources, La Maison Partners cannot be held responsible for the availability of these external sites and sources, and cannot be held responsible for the content, advertising, products, services or any other material available on or from these external sites or sources. In addition, La Maison Partners cannot be held liable for any damages or losses, whether proven or alleged, resulting from or in relation to the use or the fact of having trusted the content of these external sites or sources.
Any total or partial reproduction, modification or use of the brand "La Maison Partners" and the illustrations, images and logos of the Company is strictly prohibited without the express prior consent of the Company, regardless of the reason or the medium in question.
The Company remains the owner of the property rights relating to any element of the site made available to the Internet user.
Hosting of the website La Maison Partners
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The present Legal Notice is subject to French internal law. The language of the Legal Notice is French. In the event of a dispute, the French courts shall have sole jurisdiction.
Voting policy at Shareholders' Meetings (AGMs)
It should be remembered that La Maison Partners aims to invest in financial instruments not admitted to trading on a regulated or organized market, via professional funds.
Thus, with regard to all unlisted securities held by the various funds managed by La Maison Partners, the voting policy is inseparable from the investment strategy of the funds implemented and is set out in the annual management reports of the said funds.
La Maison Partners wishes to specify that it will give preference to voting by physical presence at the shareholders' meetings of the companies in its portfolio. However, it reserves the right to vote by mail or by proxy if circumstances so require.
Policy for the best selection of intermediaries and list of market intermediaries
The choice of financial intermediaries is made in accordance with the "best selection/execution" principle. However, as La Maison Partners has decided to invest only in UCIs, it should not have recourse to financial intermediaries. In the event that the Company has to work with a financial intermediary, it will respect the principle of "best selection/execution".
La Maison Partners implements a policy of best selection and execution of its service providers. It thus monitors the effectiveness of the policy and the quality of execution of the selected entities in order to detect any shortcomings, to remedy them as necessary, and to adapt and enhance the system in place. In particular, La Maison Partners regularly verifies that the systems provided for in its selection policy enable it to obtain the best possible result for the client. The policy is available on request from the company.
Variable compensation policy
La Maison Partners is committed to respecting the principles of remuneration provided for in Directive 2011/61/EU.
The remuneration policy concerns all the staff of the management company.
In accordance with AMF position 2013-11, La Maison Partners' remuneration policy aims to promote sound and effective risk management that is compatible with the risk profiles of the AIFs managed. This system is put in place to ensure the best possible alignment of the interests of the company, its employees and the subscribers of the vehicles. In particular, the policy for managing conflicts of interest ensures that these principles are respected.
The variable compensation policy is based on performance measurement indicators related to the various functions. It includes both quantitative and qualitative elements and is the subject of a dedicated procedure. The granting of variable compensation thus depends not only on the individual achievement of predefined objectives, but also on the company's overall performance.
The annual report of La Maison Partners presents in particular the total amount of compensation for the financial year, broken down into fixed and variable compensation, as well as the number of beneficiaries.
Policy for Handling Client Complaints
AMF Instruction 2012-07 addresses the handling of complaints and specifies the information that must be given on the system for handling complaints to the portfolio management company's client. In order to meet the requirements of the instruction, La Maison Partners has formalized a procedure for handling client complaints. A complaint is a statement of the client's dissatisfaction with the professional. A request for information, advice, clarification, service or provision is not a complaint.
It is possible to address a complaint:
by mail to the following address:
La Maison Partners
10 rue du Mont Thabor
by e-mail: email@example.com;
It is advisable to send a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt in order to guarantee the correct receipt of the complaint.
All claims will be processed free of charge within 10 working days of receipt of the claim. If La Maison Partners is unable to process the claim within the time limit previously set, it will acknowledge receipt within 10 working days of receipt and will process it within two months maximum between the date of receipt of the claim and the date of sending the response to the client, unless special circumstances arise that are duly justified.
A register containing the complaints received shall be kept by the Portfolio Management Company. The latter organizes the follow-up and closure and puts in place measures if a malfunction is found.
In the event of rejection or refusal to grant the claim in whole or in part, La Maison Partners shall specify in the response given to the client, the possible means of recourse, in particular the existence and contact details of the competent mediator(s). The AMF Mediator may be referred to the AMF Ombudsman by any investor, consumer, individual or legal entity such as a company, association, pension fund having an individual dispute with a financial intermediary or issuer. The Mediator investigates, in law and in action, requests for mediation. In each case investigated, he proposes, by means of a recommendation, an amicable resolution of the dispute.
Clients may contact the AMF mediator:
Ms. Marielle Cohen-Branche
Autorité des marchés financiers
17 Place de la Bourse
75002 PARIS CEDEX 02
by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conflict of Interest Management Policy
A conflict of interest is any professional situation in which the discretion or decision-making power of a person, business or organization may be influenced or impaired, in its independence or integrity, by personal considerations or by pressure from a third party.
Generally speaking, a conflict is likely to exist whenever a situation may adversely affect the interests of a client. The three main categories of potential conflicts are conflicts involving :
several clients among themselves;
La Maison Partners and its clients;
La Maison Partners and its collaborators.
The system for the prevention and management of conflicts of interest, developed by La Maison Partners in application of the relevant regulations, consists of organizational measures and administrative procedures for the processing and control of transactions involving :
to prevent these different types of conflicts of interest;
to establish and maintain an appropriate policy for managing conflicts of interest;
to detect situations that give rise or are likely to give rise to conflicts of interest;
to maintain and update a register of activities where conflicts of interest have occurred or are likely to occur;
to inform clients or even seek their decision when, for a particular transaction, the measures implemented are not sufficient to reasonably guarantee independent arbitration.
La Maison Partners has set up a control system to ensure compliance with procedures designed to prevent conflicts of interest, on the one hand, and to detect any conflicts of interest that may arise - despite the preventive measures taken - with a view to resolving them in an equitable manner, on the other hand.
All of this information, concerning conflicts of interest that may affect clients' interests that could not be avoided and the measures to be taken, will be stored, monitored and maintained within a conflict of interest mapping.
Should the measures implemented prove insufficient to guarantee, with reasonable certainty, that the risk of damaging the interests of the client(s) concerned cannot be avoided, the firm will then inform the clients in writing of the nature or source of the conflict so that they can make their decision in full knowledge of the facts.
La Maison Partners ensures that its staff complies with the professional obligations to which it is subject in the exercise of its activities and that it complies with the regulatory provisions applicable to them. Employees may report to the Head of Compliance and Internal Control any potential or proven conflict of interest.
Warning relating to products
Past performance is no guarantee of future performance. An investment in funds involves risks, in particular the risk of capital loss, i.e. the risk of losing all or part of the capital invested.
It will be the responsibility of the investor to best adapt his investment to his needs, his objectives and the intended duration of the investment. He must reasonably evaluate his savings possibilities according to his needs, his resources, his personal situation and his professional situation. He must also take into account his risk tolerance. It is advisable to diversify your investments and to read the necessary documentation before investing.
Regulatory fund documentation can be requested by mail from La Maison Partners, 10 rue du Mont Thabor 75001, Paris.
1.17 Regarding the integration of sustainability risks in investment decisions within the meaning of the SFDR, La Maison Partners declares that the investment strategy has neither sustainable investment as its objective (as described in Article 9 of the SFDR) nor are it intended to promote specific environmental or social characteristics (as described in Article 8 of the SFDR).
1.18 Furthermore, this investment strategy does not formally consider the EU criteria for environmentally sustainable economic activities as defined by the EU Taxonomy Regulation (EU) 2020/852) nor is there specific consideration of the adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors within the meaning of SFDR as this is not required under the SFDR.