CCLA provides investment management products and services predominantly to charities, religious organisations and the public sector.
Our purpose is to help our clients maximise their impact on society by harnessing the power of investment markets. This requires us to provide a supportive and stable environment for our staff and deliver trusted, responsibly managed and strongly performing products and services to organisations, irrespective of their size.
The CCLA Remuneration Policy represents the remuneration arrangements of both CCLA Investment Management Limited (CCLA IM) and its wholly owned subsidiary, CCLA Fund Managers Limited (CCLA FM) (collectively referred to as ‘CCLA’). Where arrangements apply to only one firm this is noted.
This policy sets out how CCLA promotes sound and effective risk management in accordance with the relevant remuneration codes transposed into the relevant SYSC sections of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) handbook of rules and guidance.
The following parts of CCLA’s business are required to comply with the following Remuneration Codes:
- MiFIDPRU (SYSC 19G) – CCLA IM
- AIFMD (SYSC 19B) – CCLA FM
- UCITS V (SYSC 19E) – CCLA IM
These codes are collectively referred to as ‘Remuneration Codes’ in this policy. This policy has been designed to incorporate all relevant remuneration regulatory obligations for the businesses into a consolidated policy that is applied consistently across the organisation. For more information please download the full policy.
See our other policies
- Anti-bribery and corruption statement
- Climate change and investment policy
- Cluster munitions and landmines policy
- Complaints policy
- Conflict of Interests policy
- Consumer Duty
- Engagement policy
- Environmental policy
- Fixed interest investments policy
- Mental Health Charter
- Modern slavery statement
- Order execution policy
- Responsible property investment policy
- Values-based screening policy
- Voting guidelines