“In addition to our compliance requirements under national and international law in the various jurisdictions we are operating in, including relevant international obligations and commitments, the AIF is voluntarily committing to adopt the Santiago Principles, the Equator Principles and fit for purpose Anti-corruption and conflict of interest policies and procedures”

These are a set of twenty-four generally accepted principles and practices that guide the governance, accountability and conduct of wealth funds.

This is a risk management framework, adopted by financial institutions, for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risks as part of the due diligence process to support responsible risk decision- making in project finance.

The AIF’s Anti-Corruption, Anti- Money Laundering and Combating Financing of Terrorism Policy has been publicly disclosed and can be found here

The AIF has developed and will strictly enforce its Conflict of Interest Policy, which has been publicly disclosed and can be found here