MIFIDPRU 8 Disclosure Statement

Temporis Capital Limited – MIFIDPRU 8 Disclosure Statement

1.    Introduction

The Financial Conduct Authority’s (“FCA” or “regulator”) Prudential sourcebook for MiFID Investment Firms (“MIFIDPRU”) sets out the detailed prudential requirements that apply to Temporis Capital Limited (“Temporis or “the Firm”).  In particular, Chapter 8 of MIFIDPRU (“MIFIDPRU 8” or the “public disclosures requirements”) sets out public disclosure obligations with which the Firm must comply, further to those prudential obligations.

Temporis is classified under MIFIDPRU as a small and non-interconnected investment firm (“SNI MIFIDPRU investment firm”). As such, MIFIDPRU 8 requires Temporis to disclose information regarding the Firm’s remuneration policy and practices.

The purpose of these disclosures is to give stakeholders and market participants an insight into the Firm’s culture, and to assist stakeholders in making more informed decisions about their relationship with the Firm.

This document has been prepared by Temporis in accordance with the requirements of MIFPRU 8 and has been approved by the Temporis Board.  All figures are as at the 30th November 2022 financial year-end.

2.    Remuneration Policy and Practices


As an SNI MIFIDPRU investment firm, Temporis is subject to the basic requirements of the MIFIDPRU Remuneration code. Temporis, as an alternative investment fund manager, is also classified as a collective portfolio management investment firm, and as such, is also subject to the AIFM Remuneration Code. The purpose of the requirements on remuneration are to:

  • promote effective risk management in the long-term interests of the Firm and its clients;
  • ensure alignment between risk and individual reward;
  • support positive behaviours and a healthy firm culture; and
  • discourage behaviours that can lead to misconduct and poor customer outcomes.

The objective of Temporis’s remuneration policies and practices is to establish, implement and maintain a culture that is consistent with, and promotes, sound and effective risk management and does not encourage risk-taking that is inconsistent with the risk profile of the Firm and the services that it provides to its clients.

In addition, Temporis recognises that remuneration is a key component in how the Firm attracts, motivates and retains quality staff and sustains consistently high levels of performance, productivity and results. As such, the Firm’s remuneration philosophy is also grounded in the belief that its people are the Firm’s most important asset and greatest competitive advantage.

Temporis is committed to excellence, teamwork, ethical behaviour and the pursuit of exceptional outcomes for its clients. From a remuneration perspective, this means that performance is determined through the assessment of various factors that relate to these values, and by making considered and informed decisions that reward effort, conduct and results.

Characteristics of the remuneration policy and practices

Remuneration at Temporis is made up of fixed and variable components. The fixed component is set in line with market competitiveness at a level to attract and retain skilled staff. Variable remuneration is paid on a discretionary basis and takes into consideration the Firm’s financial performance as well as the performance of each business unit, and the performance of the individual in contributing to the Firm’s success.  The majority of staff members are eligible to receive variable remuneration.

The key financial performance metric is risk adjusted profits for the Temporis business as a whole, after fully taking into account the Firm’s regulatory capital and liquidity requirements, as part of the annual Internal Capital and Risk Assessment (“ICARA”) exercise.

Non-financial criteria will include meeting business unit and individual goals, using a balanced scorecard approach.  Any issues of a disciplinary nature, such as non-adherence to the FCA’s conduct rules will be taken into account when determining individual remuneration.

The fixed and variable components of remuneration are appropriately balanced: the fixed component represents a sufficiently high proportion of the total remuneration to enable the operation of a fully flexible policy on variable remuneration. This allows for the possibility of paying no variable remuneration component, which the Firm would do in certain situations, such as where the Firm’s profitability performance is constrained, or where there is a risk that the Firm may not be able to meet its regulatory capital or liquidity  requirements.

Governance and Oversight

The Executive Committee, as delegated by the Board, is responsible for setting and overseeing the implementation of Temporis’s remuneration policy and practices. In order to fulfil its responsibilities, the Executive Committee:

  • is appropriately resourced to enable it to exercise competent and independent judgment on remuneration policies and practices and the incentives created for managing risk, capital and liquidity;
  • ensures remuneration decisions are consistent with effective risk management;
  • ensures that remuneration policy and practices take into account the long-term interests of shareholders, investors and other stakeholders in the Firm; and
  • ensures that the overall remuneration policy is consistent with the business strategy, objectives, values and interests of the Firm and of its clients.

Temporis’s Remuneration Policy Statement is reviewed annually by the Executive Committee and approved by the Board.



3.    Quantitative Remuneration Disclosures

For the financial year 1st December 2021 to 30th November 2022, the total amount of remuneration awarded to all staff was £4,945,506, of which £2,990,917 constituted the fixed component of remuneration, and £1,954,589 constituted the variable component. For these purposes, ‘staff’ includes, employees, directors, temporary staff and secondees.


8th March 2023