In accordance with the law n°2004-575 of June 21st, 2004, for confidence in the digital economy, we inform you that the website is the property of ARCOLE SAS. It is published by ARCOLE SAS, a simplified joint stock company with a capital of €250,000, registered with the Paris Trade and Companies Register under number 897 839 551 and whose registered office is located at 20, rue des Pyramides, in Paris. ARCOLE SAS is a portfolio management company approved by the AMF (Approval n°GP20225 of February 8, 2022).

The website is being hosted by OVH, whose registered office is: 2, rue Kellermann, 59100 Roubaix.

Any use of the website implies acceptance of the information contained in this disclaimer by the Internet user, regardless of his or her status (customer, visitor, etc.). The site is governed by French law; visitors accessing the site from abroad must ensure compliance with locally applicable laws. The legal notices being likely to be modified at any time and without notice, we advise you to consult them regularly.

1. Information available on the site

ARCOLE undertakes to make its best efforts to publish serious and reliable information and data. Modification by a third party (by intrusion, virus or any other means) cannot be excluded despite the implementation of a computer security policy. ARCOLE cannot be held responsible for any direct or indirect damage that may result from access to or use of the site and/or the information it contains, including inaccessibility, loss of data, deterioration, destruction or viruses that may affect the user’s computer equipment and/or the presence of viruses on its site. Consequently, ARCOLE declines all responsibility for any error, inaccuracy or omission in the information published. The user acknowledges that he uses this information under his exclusive responsibility.

2. Regulatory information
2.1 Claims processing policy

In accordance with the regulations, ARCOLE, as a management company, has established and maintains a procedure for the reasonable and rapid handling of claims from its clients.

Any claim can be transmitted and processed to/by ARCOLE at the following address:

Address: 20 rue des Pyramides 75001 Paris

Tel : +33 (0)1 85 73 39 80

Mail :

If you are not satisfied with the response to your claim, you may appeal to the Mediator of the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (AMF).

AMF Mediator Autorité des Marchés Financiers

17, place de la Bourse

75082 Paris cedex 02

The claims processing policy may freely be consulted at the head office of the management company, 20 rue des Pyramides 75001, and will be sent to you within 8 days on request by post with acknowledgement of receipt.

Email :

Address: 20 rue des Pyramides 75001 Paris

2.2 Conflict of interest management policy

In accordance with the regulations, ARCOLE has put in place organizational measures and administrative procedures to detect and manage conflicts of interest that may arise during the implementation of collective management services.

The prevention and management of conflicts of interest within the Management Company are in line with the general principles set out in the AIFM Directive and its Delegated Regulation, which include the following obligations:

  • To establish a policy for the management of conflicts of interest;
  • To detect situations of conflicts of interest;
  • To keep a register of situations encountered where conflict of interests exist;
  • To inform clients when conflicts of interest have not been resolved.

The conflicts of interest management policy is freely available for consultation at the head office of the management company, 20 rue des Pyramides 75001, and will be provided within 8 days upon request by e-mail or by letter.

Email :

Address: 20 rue des Pyramides 75001 Paris

2.3 ESG policy – integration of sustainability risks in investment decisions (article 3 SFDR)

The European regulation SFDR 2019/2088 (Disclosure Regulation) introduced new regulatory obligations for the financial sector to increase the sustainability transparency of financial market participants as well as financial products.

In accordance with article 3 of the SFDR, ARCOLE’s strategy of integrating ESG factors into investment decisions allows us to understand the major risks and opportunities of potential investments through the implementation of extra-financial analysis during pre-acquisition study and during the investment process.

For more information on our ESG commitments, see our Values page.

2.4 ESG policy – statement on the negative impacts of investment decisions on ESG factors (Article 4 SFDR)

Article 4 of the Regulation (EU) 2019/2088 on sustainability reporting in the financial services sector (SFDR) requires transparency on the consideration of negative impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors (according to the “comply or explain” principle).

ARCOLE is not obliged to take into account the negative impacts of sustainability factors in its investment decisions, given the investment strategy of the funds under management and the specificity of the target companies’ activities (complex transactions, underperforming or distressed companies).

2.5 Remuneration policy

ARCOLE has a policy regarding the remuneration of Arcole’s staff in accordance with Article 13 of the EU Directive 2011/61 and the ESMA Guidelines 2013/232 published on July 3, 2013 and transposed in France by the AMF by the Position Recommendation 2013-11 “Remuneration policies applicable to alternative investment fund managers”.

This remuneration policy is annually reviewed by ARCOLE’s management to ensure its compliance with applicable regulations, taking into account the size of ARCOLE’s Company and the Funds it manages, its internal organization and the nature, scope and complexity of its activities.

For more information:

2.6 Shareholder engagement policy

The management company’s shareholder engagement policy is in line with the 2017/828 directive, known as “shareholders’ rights”, with a view to promoting long-term shareholder engagement and mentioning the following obligations:

  • Monitoring of strategy, financial and non-financial performance, risks, capital structure, social and environmental impact and corporate governance;
  • Dialogue with portfolio companies;
  • Cooperation with portfolio companies and other stakeholders;
  • Prevention and management of conflicts of interest;
  • Reporting on shareholder engagement policy.

The shareholder engagement policy is freely available for consultation at the head office of the management company, 20 rue des Pyramides 75001, and will be provided within 8 days upon request by e-mail or by letter.

Email : Address: 20 rue des Pyramides 75001 Paris

2.7 Revision of regulatory information

This information was last reviewed on 16/02/2023.

3. Intellectual property

ARCOLE holds, reserves and retains all property rights, particularly intellectual property rights, including reproduction rights on this site and the elements it contains. Consequently, any partial or total reproduction of this site and the elements it contains is strictly forbidden without written authorization from ARCOLE. The logos and all other distinctive signs contained on this site are the property of ARCOLE or are subject to an authorization of use. No right or license may be granted to any of these elements without the written authorization of ARCOLE or the third-party holder of the rights.

4. Links

ARCOLE is not responsible for the content of any other website linked to this site. ARCOLE is not responsible for external hypertext links leading to and prohibits their implementation without express authorization. The decision to activate the links is yours.

5. Applicable law and attribution of jurisdiction

The use of the website is governed by French law. Only the courts within the jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal of Paris are competent to hear any disputes.