Remuneration policy

Wilton’s remuneration policy is designed to be careful, controlled, and sustainable. This policy aligns with our company’s strategy, risk appetite, and corporate values.

In its formulation, consideration was given to the long-term interests of the company and its clients, the relevant international context, and societal support. The policy aims to prevent remuneration from resulting in the improper treatment of clients, taking excessive sustainability risks, or other risky behavior that could negatively impact managed investment portfolios, Wilton Investment Services as an investment firm, and the financial sector as a whole.

This remuneration policy also serves to comply with Articles 1:111 through 1:127 of the Financial Supervision Act (Wet op het Financieel Toezicht – Wft). These rules collectively constitute the remuneration policy applicable to Wilton’s categories of employees. The variable remuneration is determined by management, cannot exceed 20% of the fixed salary, and applies to a maximum of 10 employees. The remuneration policy is updated annually on this website and reviewed by our external Compliance Officer.

Based on Article 1:121 of the Wft, Wilton Family Office is required to report the variable remuneration on this website: the total variable remuneration for the year 2023 was €59,849. Furthermore, the Wft mandates that no employee received a total remuneration (fixed and variable) of €1 million or more in 2023.

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