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Keensight Capital has established and offers an effective procedure to ensure fast, efficient and free processing of your claims.

  1. Requests and Information

Any complaint can be sent to the Investor Relations Department by telephone at +33 (0)1 83 79 87 30 or by post at Keensight Capital, 128, Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré 75008 Paris.

  1. Response protocol

Keensight Capital undertakes to respond to complaints addressed to it within a maximum of fifteen working days from the date of receipt of the request.

The answer will be on the medium corresponding to the support of the request (mail or call).

In the event of rejection or refusal to allow the claim in whole or in part, Keensight Capital shall specify in the response to the client the possible remedies.

  1. Regulatory references
  • Articles 318-10 to 318-10-1 of the AMF General Regulation.
  1. Claims management

Keensight Capital has established a claims organization that:

  • Allows the client to present their claim to their usual contact person, the management team and, if they have not received a satisfactory response from them, to the manager or the Compliance and Internal Control Officer.
  • Meets the processing times that have been communicated to the client, namely
  • Up to 10 working days from receipt of the complaint, to acknowledge receipt of the complaint, unless the response itself is provided to the customer within this period;
  • No more than two months between the date of receipt of the complaint and the date of sending the response to the customer unless duly justified special circumstances arise;
  • Provides procedures for recording claims and monitoring their processing.


Keensight Capital has a conflict-of-interest management policy in accordance with current regulations. Keensight Capital shall maintain and apply effective organizational and administrative arrangements, with a view to taking any reasonable measure to identify, prevent, manage and monitor conflicts of interest to prevent them from adversely affecting the interests of Funds and investors.

A conflict of interest is defined as “a prejudicial conflict between the interests of the Management Company and those of the investors in its funds or between the interests of different investors.” Conflicts of interest may arise when providing investment services.

  1. Regulatory references
  • Articles 318-12 to 318-14 of the AMF General Regulation;
  • Articles 30 to 36 of Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 231/2013 of 19 December 2012.
  1. Mapping of conflicts of interest

Identifiable conflicts of interest can be of five types:

  • Conflicts of interest involving Keensight Capital (the “Management Company”) and one of its shareholders;
  • Conflicts of interest involving the Management Company and a Related Company (as defined in the regulations for the funds managed by the Company, i.e. the “Funds”);
  • Conflicts of interest involving the Management Company and an Investor client (as defined in the Fund Regulations);
  • Conflicts of interest involving the Management Company and a Partner (as defined in the Fund Regulations);
  • Conflicts of interest involving two Investors.
  1. Prevention of conflicts-of-interest

The prevention of conflicts of interest is based in particular on compliance by the Management Company’s Management Team with the codes of conduct and on compliance with the principles of the codes of ethics of ACEC and the Management Company.

The Compliance and Internal Control Officer ensures the application of these principles and is systematically associated with decisions taken upstream in the case of a sensitive operation (investment, divestment, calls for funds, set-up fees, etc.).

  1. Management of conflicts-of-interest

Managers maintain a record of conflicts of interest (potential/proven) on an ongoing basis. As soon as a conflict of interest, even a potential one, is identified, it is recorded in the conflict-of-interest register (basis of incidents) describing their nature and the measures put in place by DGs to resolve them.

Conflicts of interest are the subject of a specific item in a regular internal committee.

Where the organizational or administrative arrangements made by Keensight Capital to manage conflicts of interest are insufficient to provide reasonable assurance that the risk of undermining the interests of investors will be avoided, the company shall clearly inform the persons concerned of the nature or source of such conflicts of interest.

The Fund’s Investor Advisory Committee is informed as soon as the Management Company identifies a situation of conflict of interest qualified as i) potential but not treated and ii) proven, in accordance with the rules of good conduct specified in the Fund Regulations.

In the event of a proven conflict of interest, the Management Company shall inform the Fund’s Investor Advisory Committee (in accordance with the provisions of the Fund Regulations), the delegated Compliance and Internal Control Officer and the Statutory Auditor of the Company and the Fund(s) of the situation observed and the measures taken.

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