Doorway believes corporate governance is how Doorway's directors, shareholders, investors, management and employees are organized and how they actually work. Good corporate governance includes ensuring that our business practices are impeccable. This maintains the trust and confidence of all stakeholders that allow Doorway to function, thrive and thrive..

Doorway has significant investments in asset classes with little liquidity, including corporate and real estate investments. The company provides the majority of these investments to its clients through regulated subsidiaries in the different jurisdictions in which it operates, with some held on its own balance sheet. These investment activities carry above-average risk and have led to the development of a comprehensive risk management infrastructure and strong corporate governance over the past 15 years. Doorway's Corporate Governance Practice is structured around this three principles:

i. Alignment of Interests among Shareholders, Customers and Management and Protection of Lender Interests;

ii. Reporting and action transparency and proactive risk management; and

iii. Collective decision-making.

iv. Alignment of Interests. A key tenet of DoorWay's philosophy is to ensure that best aligns the interests of shareholders, customers and management, and that the interests of lenders are well protected.

The alignment of interest is ensured by the following mechanisms:

Co-investments: All of DoorWay Group's customers, shareholders and management participate in all DoorWay investment products. DoorWay holds his stake in each private equity, real estate, strategic capital transaction or fund and provides the remaining to clients through regulated subsidiaries in different jurisdictions that the company operates. DoorWay also invests a portion of the assets in his DoorWay-Tage Limited absolute return investment and credit management business products. Therefore, through ownership of DoorWay, shareholders have an indirect interest in each investment product.

In addition, DoorWay employees have invested in of these investments with customers and DoorWay. As a result, all three groups collectively face the same risks and share the same consequences. This focus on 's co-investment will motivate all stakeholders to grow his DoorWay and enhance its value by generating superior risk-adjusted returns on each of the DoorWay Group's products. you will be able to

Performance-Based Incentive Fees: Additionally, in accordance with industry practice, DoorWay investment professionals participate in performance-based carry interest investment programs. Under this program, a certain variable portion of the exit is derived from the realization of the investor's investment. Investment professionals are shared if the client's specified predetermined minimum investment performance objectives for the underlying investments are achieved.

In addition, the total compensation paid to senior management and other DoorWay executives is highly correlated with DoorWay's net income. DoorWay's net income depends on its ability to acquire, place, manage and realize investments in and realize investment returns on 's balance sheet (franchise value). Similarly, the value of a franchise depends on management's ability to create long-term value for DoorWay Group's customers and shareholders and to protect creditors.

In addition, all DoorWay employees at the principal and managing director levels are above established compensation levels, defer percent of their variable (incentive) compensation, and use a portion of this deferred compensation to contribute to DoorWays benefits. Rights are required to acquire common stock. through ISOP. These indirect economic benefits are subject to vesting requirements.

In addition, certain officers and employees of DoorWay have been invited through the IIP to participate in indirect beneficial ownership of shares of DoorWay common stock.

As such, DoorWay's executive compensation and equity ownership program plays an important role in aligning management's interests with those of 's shareholders, customers and lenders.

Corporate Social Responsibility
With our CSR commitment, we are committed to tackling climate change and social inequalities to address two of the biggest challenges facing society today.

DoorWay incorporates ESG throughout its value chain and is committed to putting sustainability at the heart of everything it does, both as a fiduciary and as a corporate citizen.

As such, DoorWay is committed to coordinating its business activities, including its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy, to help UN achieve its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. I'm in. The strategic focus of our social commitment is therefore to address critical issues such as combating climate change and resolving social inequalities.

The nonprofit assistance program shown on page forms the beginning of our social commitment as an independent asset manager. We will extend this even further with , offering employees the opportunity to actively participate through corporate volunteering.

Our Commitment to Blue Economy*

71% of the earth's surface is covered by oceans. Not only are they home to thousands of marine life, they are also an integral part of our climate and environment.Supporting and protecting you is important to all of us . As a fiduciary investor and corporate citizen of , DoorWay is committed to protecting her oceans and sustaining the blue economy. That's why we work closely with marine and environmental organizations such as Healthy Seas and WWF.

DoorWay’s commitment to the natural environment

Being environmentally responsible is fundamental to 's corporate responsibility. DoorWay seeks to help protect the natural environment by implementing and maintaining a environmental management process. For example, the DoorWay office aims to reduce energy consumption and CO2 emissions, promote energy efficiency, and employ good waste management practices. In 2018, DoorWay offset 13,877 tons of carbon emissions through its partnership with ClimateCare. This equates to all air and rail travel purchased through third-party travel agents and accounts for the majority of his air and rail travel in 2018. is expected to implement a similar offset program in conjunction with 2019.

DoorWay has a structured program to monitor environmental impacts, collect ideas and suggestions to improve global environmental management practices, and endorse initiatives. DoorWay has global and regional goals that are monitored to continuously improve our environmental impact.

Transparency and risk management. DoorWay 's transparency includes open and proactive discussion of the topic and his issues with all concerned. The role and nature of DoorWay's Board of Directors and its standing committees, and DoorWay's management structure, serve as a framework for risk mitigation, resource allocation, and DoorWay Group-wide decision making with full accountability. important element of the work. Based on all relevant information.


We believe that full ESG integration requires real commitment and significant investment..

Strengthening Our Portfolio
Our approach is grounded in our commitment to being a smart money manager to our investors. We have long implemented many initiatives aimed at making our business stronger and more resilient. Many of these are now considered core elements of ESG, such as promoting sustainability and diversity.
Integrating ESG Priorities
ESG is a broad and growing area, but we have chosen to prioritize decarbonisation, diversity and responsible corporate governance. We want to lead example and apply what we learn to drive change across our portfolio. The power of our model is underpinned by strong operational interventions led by the Portfolio Management and Asset Management team.

Practicing Good Governance
At Doorway, we have gained significant expertise, become a member of leading organizations such as the Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI), have driven several priority ESG initiatives in industry , and have provided ESG representation to the Board of Directors. Started quarterly reporting on progress.
Fostering Diverse Talent
Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) policy focuses on our most important asset: our people. About a third of his leadership team at our company is diverse. Her analyst class, new for 2021, hits 41% female percentage globally and 49% racially diverse percentage of her in the United States.
Reducing Our Corporate Carbon Footprint
We have compiled a GHG inventory of corporate emissions for 2019 and 2020. We are actively renovating spaces to provide additional amenities and employee comfort while implementing the latest efficient lighting and HVAC systems. Replacing the existing lighting in the New York office with LED lighting resulted in an approximately 31% reduction in the energy consumption of the lighting. With its London office at 40 Berkeley Square , he sources 100% of his electricity from renewable energy providers.
Promoting Diverse Leadership
In 2020, we aim to achieve one-third diverse representation on the boards of our portfolio companies for our new managed investments in the United States and Europe. We believe that diverse teams make better decisions, and fulfilling this mandate makes our portfolio companies stronger and more resilient.
Recruiting and Advancing Diverse Talent
Through partnerships with organizations such as Year Up and COOP Careers, our Career Pathways program employs inclusive workplace practices and expands our applicant pool to promote financial mobility and portfolio Designed to support 's ongoing diversity initiatives in the enterprise.