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Strengthening foundations and developing new frontiers of joint venture partnerships. Advancing distribution of cross-border fund hubs, education and eco-health free trade agreements and movement of capital; to access multiple local markets preschool upbringing evolution across the globe through a single joint venture fund structure with the potential to, access global distribution volume in eco and health reserch and education and free trade marked relations fusing eco-health long term sustainable developments to advance the world for the better.
From co-investment projects to strategic joint ventures, the biggest risk is not taking any risk... In a world that changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks. Common joint venture arrangements that need to be carefully examined include:
Mamadomia joint venture group is a contractual business undertaking between non for profit NGOs and private sector multiple parties. It is similar to a standard business of NGOs partnership, with one key difference: a partnership generally involves an ongoing, long-term business relationship, whereas the Mamadomia Group joint venture is based on a array of single real time business transactions. Individuals or companies that choose to enter the joint ventures in order to share strengths, minimize risks, and increase competitive advantages in the marketplace.
Co-collaborative joint ventures with innovative partners developing and investing in open sustainable developments, eco-health research and information systems advancements for a better world.
Mamadomia Group joint ventures can be distinct business units (a new business entity may be created for the joint venture) or collaborations between businesses and not for profit organisations, foundations, NGOs, clubs etc... In a collaboration, for example, a high-technology eco-tech firm, company, organisation etc... may contract with a manufacturer and NGO groups to bring its idea for a eco friendly product to market; the former provides the know-how, the latter the means.
Within the Mamadomia Group all cooperative joint ventures are initiated by the parties' entering a contract or an agreement that specifies their mutual objectives, natural responsibilities and sustainable developments goals. The contract is crucial for avoiding trouble later; the parties must be specific about the intent of their joint venture with us, as well as aware of its limitations. All joint ventures project enterprises also involve certain rights and duties. The parties have a mutual right to control the enterprise, a right to share in the profits, and a duty to share in any losses incurred.
Each joint venturer has a fiduciary responsibility, owes a standard of care to the other members, and has the duty to act in Good Faith in matters that concern the common interest or the enterprise. A fiduciary responsibility is a duty to act for someone else's benefit while subordinating one's personal interests to those of the other person. A joint venture can terminate at a time specified in the contract, upon the accomplishment of its purpose, upon the death of an active member, or if a court decides that serious disagreements between the members make its continuation impractical.
Seven principles of sustainable venture investment
As Mamadomia Children Mutual Fund founders and first investors, we have a duty to act in the best long-term interests of our beneficiaries. In this fiduciary role, we believe that environmental, social, and not for profit NGOs, foundations and corporate governance issues can affect the performance of Mamadomia Children Mutual Fund investment portfolios (to varying degrees across foundations, companies, sectors, regions, asset classes and through time). We also recognise that applying these Mamadomia Principles may better align members, shareholders and investors with broader objectives of society. Therefore, where consistent with our fiduciary responsibilities, we commit to the following:
Principle 1: We will incorporate fund issues into sustainable investment analysis and decision-making processes.+ Principle 2: We will be active owners and incorporate fund issues into our ownership policies and practices.+ Principle 3: We will seek appropriate disclosure on the fund issues by the entities in which we invest.+ Principle 4: We will promote acceptance and implementation of the Principles within the investment industry.+ Principle 5: We will work together to enhance our effectiveness in implementing the Principles.+ Principle 6: We will each report on our activities and progress towards implementing the Principles. + Principle 7: We will each collaborate on our venture activities and progress towards implementing the code
We consider venture investment for a better world, to be the global standard for responsible socio-economic and ecological sustainable development venture investment and we encourage our friends, fans, members, partners and sponsors to join our venture voluntarism financial sustainability ecological programs and social initiatives.
In signing the Principles, we as shareholders and investors publicly commit to adopt and implement them, where consistent with our fiduciary responsibilities. We also commit to evaluate the effectiveness and improve the content of the Mamadomia Group Principles over time. We believe this will improve our ability to meet commitments to beneficiaries as well as better align our investment activities with the broader interests of society, economy and environment sustainability.
Who can sign?
There are three main categories of Mamadomia Children Mutual Fund signatory. Note: Commitment is expected from the top-level leadership of the organisation across the whole investment business. Asset owner: Organisations that represent end-asset owners who hold long-term sustainable assets, retirement savings, insurance and other assets. Examples include pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, foundations, cooperative banks, endowments, insurance and reinsurance companies and other financial institutions that manage deposits. This is the principal category of signatory. Investment manager: Investment management firms or companies that serve an institutional and/or retail market and manage assets as a third-party provider. ( Parks, rivers, reserves, heritages etc ...) Professional service partner: Organisations that offer products or services to asset owners and/or investment managers. Although such professional service partners are not stewards or managers of assets in their own right, they do have considerable influence over how their clients address Fond issues. For this group, becoming a signatory is an acknowledgement of the relevance of Fond issues to investment management. It also represents a commitment to providing and promoting services that support the implementation of the Principles by clients, and to improving such services over time.
Signatories self-select the category they fall into, but the Mamadomia Group Board reserves the right to determine which category is most appropriate. While the categories are not designed to be overly prescriptive, the general rule is that an investor would be considered an asset owner (rather than an investment manager) if the sum of the on-balance sheet investment assets of the organisation exceed the assets that it manages for external clients through any majority-owned investment manager subsidiaries.
To decide on the signatory category, the Mamadomia Group Board will review the type of asset in the life, children and pension divisions of a typical asset owner (excluding staff pension fund), as well those in the organisation's private banking/wealth management subsidiaries. Investment management assets are reviewed in sum as well as by separate internal and external mandates. Comparison of the asset owner and investment manager assets under external management will determine the signatory category.
A separate category, Mamadomia Network Supporter, includes non-profit, peer organisations that would like to publicly express support for, and promote, the Network within their constituencies.
If we fit into multiple categories,