Directive 2014/65/EU in financial instruments (MiFID II) requires investment firms who execute client orders to summarise and make public on an annual basis, for each class of financial instruments the top five execution venues/brokers in terms of trading volumes where they executed client orders in the preceding year.
The purpose of this document is to set out the AIG Asset Management (Europe) Limited (“AAMEL”) Pillar 3 disclosures on risk management and capital adequacy.
These disclosures are prepared in accordance with the Capital Requirements Directive III (“CRD III” or “the Directive”) which implements the Basel II Accord (Capital Framework) in the European Union. CRD III established a revised regulatory capital framework across Europe governing the amount and nature of capital that must be maintained by investment firms, like AAMEL.
AIG Asset Management (Europe) Limited does not consider itself as being a signatory nor does it commit to comply with the 2020 Stewardship Code. However, as required it does set out its alternative engagement strategy in its shareholder engagement policy.
Read the full ' AIG Asset Management (Europe) Limited - Stewardship Code Statement’ here.
AIG Asset Management (Europe) Limited is committed to ensuring that no practices of modern slavery or human trafficking take place within its business, whether directly or within the supply chain.
Read the full ' AIG Asset Management (Europe) Limited - Modern Slavery statement' here.