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Pillar III Disclosers

As part of the Capital Requirements Directive, introduced by the European Union in 2007, regulated firms have a requirement to publish a document describing the risks they face in their normal course of business, alongside a description of the capital held to support the business.

Pillar 3 complements the minimum capital requirements (Pillar 1) and the supervisory review process (Pillar 2), and its aim is to encourage market discipline by developing a set of disclosure requirements. These allow market participants to assess key pieces of information on a firm’s capital, risk exposures and risk assessment processes. The third pillar greatly increases transparency and the disclosures firms must make, and is designed to allow the market and investors to have a better understanding of the overall firm risk.

Pillar 3 Disclosure Reports for CF Partners Capital Management LLP and CF Partners Services (UK) Limited are below.

Pillar 3 Disclosure Report for CF Partners Capital Management LLP

Pillar 3 Disclosure Report for CF Partners Services (UK) Limited