Our code of conduct

In working with business for stronger African economies, the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund exercises responsibility, vigilance and thoroughness in its Know Your Customer, due-diligence, anti-corruption and anti-financial crime policies and procedures and in its adherence to its legal responsibilities in the jurisdictions it does business.

As a member of the Private Infrastructure Development Group, EAIF is bound by the PIDG Code of Conduct. A copy of the Code of Conduct is available here.

All advisers and contractors to the EAIF are bound by the PIDG Code of Conduct, including EAIF’s manager, Ninety One, which is also regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority.

The directors of EAIF have a legal obligation for the proper conduct of EAIF’s business. Training and refresher courses are provided for directors and for executives of the Fund’s manager.