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Singular Capital Partners
22 boulevard Malesherbes 75008 Paris
AMF authorisation n° GP-20000009
A French société par actions simplifiée with a share capital of €225 000
878 956 911 RCS Paris
Editorial Director: Jeremy Uzan
Policy on processing personal data
The personal data collected by Singular Capital Partners are processed in compliance with the rules imposed by the General Regulations on the Protection of Personal Data under the conditions described in our personal data processing policy, available on request.
Singular Capital Partners has implemented and maintains an operational procedure in order to quickly and efficiently process complaints made by its clients. Any information on this procedure for handling complaints may be obtained by sending a written request to the company.
Any complaint may be referred to Singular Capital Partners, 22 boulevard Malesherbes, 75008 Paris, France. The management company will knowledge receipt of the complaint within a maximum of ten working days from the date it was received, unless a response has been issued to the client in the intervening period. Except in duly justified exceptional circumstances, a response will be issued to the client within two months of receipt of the complaint. In the event of an ongoing dispute, the client may contact a mediator, such as the AMF Ombudsman, at the following address: Autorité des marches financiers, Madame Marielle Cohen-Branche, Médiateur de l’AMF, 17 place de la Bourse, 75082 Paris Cedex 02. The AMF mediation request form at the Mediation Charteur is available online at amf-france.org.
Prevention and management of conflicts of interest:
Singular Capital Partners has implemented a system of prevention, assessment and management of conflicts of interest. Any information on this procedure may be obtained by sending a written request to the company.
This website is subject to a declaration with the National Commission for Data Protection and Liberties (CNIL-France) under the Act N° 78-17 of 6 January 1978 On Information Technology, Data Files and Civil Liberties, as amended by the law of 6 August 2004. The data subject (individual person) has a right to access and rectify any personally identifiable information relating to them by contacting the data controller (Singular Ventures Capital SAS) at the following address: gdpr /at/ singular /dot/ vc
The ESG Charter as well as the legal and regulatory information are available on request from Singular Capital Partners.
Sustainable Risk Finance Disclosure Regulation (2019/2088) (The « Disclosure Regulation »)
Singular Capital Partners makes the following disclosures in accordance with Articles 3(1), 4(1)(b) and 5(1) of the Disclosure Regulation.
1- Approach to sustainability risk
Sustainability risk refers to environmental, social or corporate governance (“ESG”) event or condition
that, if it occurs, could cause an actual or a potential material negative impact on the value of an
investment of the Fund (the “Sustainability Risks”).
The Management Company’s investment team takes ESG criteria into account in investment
decisions, but not in a preponderant manner (Article 6 of the SFDR Regulation).
2- Consideration of sustainability adverse impacts
Although ESG and sustainability risk is important to Singular and we take it seriously, we do not consider the adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors in the manner prescribed by Article 4 of the Disclosure Regulation.
This is our current position, which we will keep under review. The detailed requirements were not settled by 10 March 2021, when we were required to decide and publish our initial approach. We are continuing to assess the mandatory data collection and disclosure requirements which are applicable to firms which opt in to consider the principal adverse impacts of their investment decisions. In particular, we are considering whether: (i) opting in would be the right strategic decision for us as a firm, and would help us to effectively facilitate our broader ESG and sustainability objectives; and (ii) we could gather and/or measure the mandatory data on which we would be obliged to report systematically, consistently and at a reasonable cost to our investors.