Ethos Capital is committed to the principles of sound governance and application of the highest ethical standards in the conduct of its business and affairs. The Board is committed to the principles of diligence, honesty, integrity, transparency, accountability, responsibility and fairness. The Directors accept full responsibility for the application of these principles to ensure that the principles of good corporate governance are effectively practised throughout Ethos Capital. Furthermore, the Board understands and accepts its responsibility to the Shareholders of Ethos Capital and endeavours to ensure that Ethos Capital conducts its business in the best interests of these Shareholders.
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) of shareholders of EPE Capital Partners Ltd will be held entirely via a remote interactive electronic platform on Tuesday, 17 November 2020, at 14h00.
The Notice of Annual General Meeting and Proxy forms are available below:
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) of shareholders of EPE Capital Partners Ltd will be held at RMB, Portside Building, 5 Buitengracht Street, Cape Town, South Africa on Tuesday, 19 November 2019 at 14h00.
The Notice of Annual General Meeting and proxy forms are available above:
Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting (“AGM”) of shareholders of EPE Capital Partners Ltd (“Ethos Capital” or “the Company”) will be held at Cellars-Hohenort Hotel, 93 Brommersvlei Road, Constantia, Cape Town, South Africa on Tuesday, 13 November 2018, at 14:00.
The Notice of Annual General Meeting and proxy forms are available below:
As at the date of the Pre-listing Statement, the Board consists of five independent Non-executive Directors. Furthermore, none of the Directors are employed by, professional advisers to or associated with Ethos Private Equity, hence the Board is independent from Ethos Private Equity. The majority of the Directors are not South African residents, and Board meetings and Board committee meetings will be held in Mauritius.
The Board is chaired by Yvonne Stillhart, an independent Non-executive Director.
Ethos Capital has adopted the Board Charter evidencing a clear balance of power and authority at board level to ensure that no one director has unfettered powers of decision making.
The Board meets at least twice per year in Mauritius, with additional meetings called if necessary or desirable. Information relevant to a meeting is supplied on a timely basis to the Board, ensuring Directors can make informed decisions. The Directors have unrestricted access to information about Ethos Capital and its management and, where appropriate, may seek independent professional advice on matters concerning the affairs of Ethos Capital, at Ethos Capital’s expense.
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The Board has constituted the Investment Committee of experienced individuals skilled in the investment industry. The members of the Investment Committee are Michael Pfaff and Derek Prout-Jones. The Investment Committee will meet, as required. The Investment Committee will assist the Board with the following aspects of Ethos Capital’s business:
The Investment Committee will have ad hoc meetings to consider investment opportunities, as required.
The Ethos Capital Audit and Risk Committee is chaired by independent Chairman, Kevin Allagapen, with Yuvraj Juwaheer and Derek Prout-Jones as the other committee members. The Committee provides independent oversight and reporting of the Ethos Capital financial control and reporting, risk management, compliance with corporate governance and the JSE listing requirements.
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The committee is responsible for ensuring fair and responsible remuneration and the disclosure and reporting of remuneration matters. Yuvraj Juwaheer is the chairman of Ethos Capital’s Remuneration committee. Other committee members are Kevin Allagapen and Michael Pfaff.
Rigorous internal policies and guidelines reduce the instances when conflicts of interest arise and address conflicts that do arise in a way that protects and deals fairly with the interests of all stakeholders.
Ethos Capital represent the interests of shareholders and monitors the on-going performance of Fund portfolio companies, via reporting from the Investment Advisor.
In all communications with Shareholders, the Board aims to present a balanced and understandable assessment of Ethos Capital’s position. This is done through adhering to principles of openness and substance over form and striving to address material matters of significant interest and concern to all Shareholders. Ethos Capital will prepare, and distribute to Shareholders, an annual integrated report, as a primary form of communication with Shareholders, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
Subject to the applicable laws and regulations, communication with institutional Shareholders and investment analysts will be maintained through periodic presentations of financial results, one-on-one visits, trading statements and press announcements of interim and final results, as well as the proactive dissemination of any information considered relevant to investors and Shareholders.
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Ethos Capital is an investment entity designed to offer Shareholders long-term capital appreciation by investing in a diversified portfolio of unlisted private equity type investments. As such, Ethos Capital does not currently intend to pay dividends but may choose to pay dividends, including special dividends, at some time in the future. The dividends that are envisaged would primarily be dividends received from investee companies and proceeds arising from the disposal of underlying investments by Ethos Capital.
Ethos Capital may revise its dividend policy from time to time.