Our Environmental, Social Responsibility and Governance Policy
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues impact the communities where Triton and our portfolio companies operate. Triton recognises this and has made a public commitment to incorporate ESG principles in the way we behave.
Triton's Responsible Investment Policy was developed in alignment with the requirements of the UN Global Compact's ten principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations as well as the OECD guidelines for Multinational Enterprises.
In accordance with our own and PRI guidelines, all partners and employees of Triton are expected to conduct their activities in accordance with the following business principles:
- Seek to grow and improve portfolio companies for long-term sustainability and for the benefit of multiple stakeholders
- Act as a responsible steward of investors' capital and portfolio companies businesses.
- Embed ethical, responsible and rigorous decision-making into investment processes and portfolio management activities
- Adopt effective corporate governance structures which provide appropriate levels of oversight and accountability both at portfolio company level and internally within Triton
- Manage risks effectively and seek to minimise or mitigate any adverse effects on the environment, community, workers and other stakeholders
- Communicate effectively and transparently with investors, portfolio company management, other stakeholder and the general public
- Maintain strict anti-corruption policies
- Align financial rewards with financial performance