Legal, disclosure policy and managing conflicts
Nothing in this website is intended to constitute a financial promotion for the purposes of section 21 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. In addition, nothing on this website amounts to a personal recommendation or advice on the merits of any transaction or service. Charterhouse Capital Partners LLP is not therefore responsible for providing you with protection afforded to its clients and you should seek your own legal, investment and tax advice before acting on anything contained in this website.
Charterhouse is committed to conform to the Guidelines for Disclosure and Transparency in Private Equity (the Walker Report) and to promote conformity on the part of our portfolio companies.
Charterhouse is focussed solely on its private equity fund management business. We do not manage other types of funds and nor do we have a corporate advisory business. This enables conflicts of interest to be kept to a minimum. Should any potential conflicts of interest arise, Charterhouse has well established practices and procedures for dealing with such matters.