We have charged MIG Service GmbH, with its registered office in Landshut, to take care of any investor complaints. Possible complaints from investors of public investment funds managed by ourselves (MIG Fonds 2,4,6,8,10,12,13 et seqq.) should be sent to MIG Service GmbH at the following address, either in writing or text form:
MIG Service GmbH
Fax: +49 871 205406-99
MIG Service GmbH deals with incoming investor complaints, issuing a prompt response on behalf of MIG Capital AG.
Information as per § 301 of the KAGB (German Capital Investment Civil Code)
1. Liability of depositaries
MIG Capital AG has charged Hauck Aufhäuser Lampe Privatbank AG (German joint-stock company), with their registered office at 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Kaiserstraße 24, Germany, with the task of being a depositary in line with the KAGB by order and for account of MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 2 KG (German limited partnership), MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 4 KG, MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 6 KG, MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 8 KG, MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 10 KG, MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 12 geschlossene Investment-KG, MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 13 geschlossene Investment-KG, MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 14 geschlossene Investment-KG, MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 15 geschlossene Investment-KG, MIG GmbH & Co. Fonds 16 geschlossene Investment-KG and GmbH & Co. Fonds 17 geschlossene Investment-KG.
2. Current versions of essential investor information
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When incorporating potential sustainability risks into our investment decision-making processes, we are guided by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (https://sdgs.un.org/goals) and the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (https://www.unpri.org/).
We identify the relevant, potentially adverse sustainability impacts and sustainability indicators for each portfolio company based on the UN SDGs. In doing so, we examine – without weighing specific overall goals – whether an investment decision can potentially counteract efforts to achieve specific SDG sub-goals.
Thanks to their technologies, applications and products, our portfolio companies generally contribute directly or indirectly to promoting the achievement of the UN SDGs. However, we are aware that our investment decisions can in principle also have a negative impact on sustainability factors. We carry out due diligence in this regard during pre-selection and due diligence, the investment decision, ongoing support of portfolio companies, and exit by reviewing risks related to sustainability factors in addition to economic factors.
In individual cases, MIG portfolio companies may have adverse sustainability impacts as a “side effect” of their business operations or model. For example, some companies use chemicals whose use could counter UN SDGs 3.9, 6.3 and 14.1. In these cases, MIG obtains assurances from the companies that they have complied and continue to comply with the applicable regulations and laws governing the handling of these chemicals and the prevention of emissions. Other companies operate industrial processes that could in principle counter UN SDG 7.2 and 7.3. In these cases, MIG encourages companies to use renewable energy, as well as to manage the processes efficiently. Finally, each MIG portfolio company faces the risk of violating UN SDG 8.8. Therefore, as part of a legal due diligence process, MIG checks whether the employment contracts of its employees meet the relevant standards.
MIG is guided by the G20/OECD Principles of Corporate Governance as a code for responsible corporate governance and internationally recognized standards for due diligence and reporting.
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