Kerogen places great importance on its fiduciary duties to its investors and stakeholders. Private equity, as a long-term business, depends on the trust of its stakeholders, including investors, management teams, partners, governments and employees. Integrity and high ethical standards are at the core of how we do business. Effective corporate governance, rigorous compliance processes and ethical business practices are vital to the success of every institution, including our own.
In Hong Kong, Kerogen Capital (Asia) Limited is regulated by the Securities and Futures Commission (SFC); in London, Kerogen Capital (UK) Limited is regulated by Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
At Kerogen we believe that combating corruption is about much more than compliance. We firmly believe that integrity, transparency and engagement are key to building trust and long-term partnerships between stakeholders. A zero tolerance policy on corruption is central to our investment selection and due diligence process. The requirement under the LPAs is that Kerogen’s business is conducted in compliance with the United States Foreign Corrupt Practices Act of 1977 (FCPA). Kerogen adheres to all the economic sanctions imposed by the United States Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) and the United Nations Security Council.