We do not have any material association with listed firms. Our employees do not hold directorships at listed companies. This helps us maintain our independence and provide unbiased advice to clients. We do not accept assignments that may have a potential conflict with our objectives.
We provide governance advisory services to investors at listed companies. To remove any conflict of interests, we do not have any pecuniary or advisory relationship with listed companies. We have internal controls for interactions with listed firms and maintain a clear audit trail.
SES has adopted a not-for-profit business model to eliminate any perceived compromise with independence and to mitigate any potential conflict of interests. Our business model ensures that we place clients’ interests above our own and treat each client equally.
Our diverse and independent advisory board guides our policy making process which ensures that our policies are transparent and take opinions of all stakeholders into accounts. We disclose all non-material relationships with listed firms on our website and use only public information for analysis.
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