About Us

Salt Rock Capital Partners LLP is an Investment management firm based in London. Salt Rock follows a discretionary global macro strategy which focuses on policy and changes in policy and trades in the best risk adjusted opportunities that these give rise to.

The principal, Mark Painting has 22 years of financial markets experience, through different market cycles and asset classes. Prior to founding Salt Rock Capital Partners LLP in 2013, Mark was a Senior Managing Director and Partner at Caxton Associates.

Salt Rock Capital Partners LLP is Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Shareholder Rights Directive II (“SRD II”) - Salt Rock Capital Partners LLP


SRD II aims to improve stewardship and corporate governance by firms, including full scope Alternative Investment Fund Manager that invest in shares traded on a regulated market in the EEA, as well as ‘comparable’ markets situated outside of the EEA. Under FCA COBS 2.2.B.5R, we are required to: 1. develop and publicly disclose an engagement policy that meets the requirements of COBS 2.2B.6R; and 2. publicly disclose on an annual basis how our engagement policy has been implemented in a way that meets the requirements of COBS 2.2B.7R; or 3. publicly disclose why we have chosen not to comply.

The engagement policy must describe how we: 1) integrate shareholder engagement in our investment strategy: 2) monitor investee companies on relevant matters, including: 1. strategy; 2. financial and non-financial performance and risk; 3. Capital structure; and 4. social and environmental impact and corporate governance; 5. conduct dialogues with investee companies; 6. exercise voting rights and other rights attached to shares; 7. cooperate with other shareholders; 8. communicate with relevant stakeholders of the investee companies; and 9. manage actual and potential conflicts of interests in relation to our engagement.

On an annual basis, we must disclose a general description of voting behaviour, an explanation of the most significant votes and reporting on the use of the services of proxy advisors. The disclosure must include details of how votes have been cast, unless they are insignificant due to the subject matter of the vote or to the size of the holding in the company.

Salt Rock Capital Partners LLP has decided that, whilst it supports the aims of SRD II, it has chosen not to comply with the Directive at the present time because the Strategy does not generally invest into individual listed equity securities.