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Public invitation for the appointment of the members of the Investment Committee for the Management of Assets of the Centre for Support

According to the provisions of the Rules on the Management of Assets of the Centre for Support, dated 11 May 2021, the general manager of Borzen, d.o.o. publishes the following

 

P U B L I C  I N V I T A T I O N

for the appointment

of the members of the Investment Committee for the Management of Assets of the Centre for Support

 

The Investment Committee performs the following tasks determined by the internal act of the company Borzen, d.o.o., which regulates the management of the assets of the Support Centre:

  • approves the investment strategy,

  • confirms the maximum amount of assets invested at one counterparty,

  • confirms deviations from the permitted level of exposure to the counterparty (e.g. short-term period, harmonisation transitional period),

  • confirms the target returns of the Centre for Support pillars,

  • confirms the target volume of the Centre for Support assets by individual pillars,

  • monitors the compliance of investments and investment policies with the company’s Risk Management Rules,

  • at the request of the company’s general manager issues written opinions on matters related to the investment of the Centre for Support assets.

 

The Investment Committee is composed of experts in the fields of finance, stock exchange operations, banking, law and energy.

 

The members of the Investment Committee do not receive a special payment for their work, but receive an attendance fee equal to the attendance fee of the members of the company’s Supervisory Board. The members of the Investment Committee are also entitled to compensation to cover any costs that may incur in performing the membership function.

 

The candidates can send their applications with their CVs at info@borzen.si no later than 10 June 2021 by 12:00 pm.

 

The general manager of the company will appoint five members of the Investment Committee among the candidates who applied for the membership for a period of four years.

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