SFDR Disclosures

Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Portfolio Fund Co-Invest I GmbH & Co. KG

Sustainability Risks (Art. 3 (1) SFDR)

Sustainability Risks

If and to the extent relevant, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Portfolio Fund Co-Invest I GmbH & Co. KG (DTCP Co-Invest) considers sustainability risks as part of its investment decision-making process. Sustainability risks are environmental, social or governance events or conditions, the occurrence of which could have an actual or potential material adverse effect on the value of the investment. DTCP Co-Invest considers and assesses sustainability risks as part of the due diligence process prior to any investment. DTCP Co-Invest remains free in its decision to refrain from investing or to invest despite sustainability risks in which case DTCP Co-Invest can also apply measures to reduce or mitigate any sustainability risks. DTCP Co-Invest will apply the principle of proportionality in dealing with sustainability risks taking due account of the strategic relevance of an investment as well as its transactional context.

Principal Adverse Impacts (Art. 4 (1) (b) SFDR)

No consideration of adverse impacts on sustainability factors

DTCP Co-Invest does not consider adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors. Sustainability factors are environmental, social and employee concerns, respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery. No sustainability indicators are currently used. The administrative burden associated with considering adverse impacts on sustainability factors (particularly the use of sustainability indicators) is disproportionate in light of the very limited relevance such impacts could have in the context of DTCP Co-Invest's strategy. The application of the provisions of the European Disclosure Regulation (EU 2019/2088) (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, SFDR) and the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) would currently be subject to various legal uncertainties. So far, many of these regulations and their application to the strategies pursued by DTCP Co-Invest are unclear. If and to the extent that these regulations evolve or a practicable market practice and administrative practice is established in this regard, DTCP Co-Invest will consider following them in due course.

Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Portfolio Fund GmbH & Co. KG

Sustainability Risks (Art. 3 (1) SFDR)

Sustainability Risks

If and to the extent relevant, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Portfolio Fund GmbH & Co. KG (DTCP Portfolio) considers sustainability risks as part of its investment decision-making process. Sustainability risks are environmental, social or governance events or conditions, the occurrence of which could have an actual or potential material adverse effect on the value of the investment. DTCP Portfolio considers and assesses sustainability risks as part of the due diligence process prior to any investment. DTCP Portfolio remains free in its decision to refrain from investing or to invest despite sustainability risks in which case DTCP Portfolio can also apply measures to reduce or mitigate any sustainability risks. DTCP Portfolio will apply the principle of proportionality in dealing with sustainability risks taking due account of the strategic relevance of an investment as well as its transactional context.

Principal Adverse Impacts (Art. 4 (1) (b) SFDR)

No consideration of adverse impacts on sustainability factors

DTCP Portfolio does not consider adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors. Sustainability factors are environmental, social and employee concerns, respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery. No sustainability indicators are currently used. The administrative burden associated with considering adverse impacts on sustainability factors (particularly the use of sustainability indicators) is disproportionate in light of the very limited relevance such impacts could have in the context of DTCP Portfolio's strategy. The application of the provisions of the European Disclosure Regulation (EU 2019/2088) (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, SFDR) and the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) would currently be subject to various legal uncertainties. So far, many of these regulations and their application to the strategies pursued by DTCP Portfolio are unclear. If and to the extent that these regulations evolve or a practicable market practice and administrative practice is established in this regard, DTCP Portfolio will consider following them in due course.

Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Venture Fund GmbH & Co. KG

Sustainability Risks (Art. 3 (1) SFDR)

Sustainability Risks

If and to the extent relevant, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Venture Fund GmbH & Co. KG (DTCP Venture) considers sustainability risks as part of its investment decision-making process. Sustainability risks are environmental, social or governance events or conditions, the occurrence of which could have an actual or potential material adverse effect on the value of the investment. DTCP Venture considers and assesses sustainability risks as part of the due diligence process prior to any investment. DTCP Venture remains free in its decision to refrain from investing or to invest despite sustainability risks in which case DTCP Venture can also apply measures to reduce or mitigate any sustainability risks. DTCP Venture will apply the principle of proportionality in dealing with sustainability risks taking due account of the strategic relevance of an investment as well as its transactional context.

Principal Adverse Impacts (Art. 4 (1) (b) SFDR)

No consideration of adverse impacts on sustainability factors

DTCP Venture does not consider adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors. Sustainability factors are environmental, social and employee concerns, respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery. No sustainability indicators are currently used. The administrative burden associated with considering adverse impacts on sustainability factors (particularly the use of sustainability indicators) is disproportionate in light of the very limited relevance such impacts could have in the context of DTCP Venture's strategy. The application of the provisions of the European Disclosure Regulation (EU 2019/2088) (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, SFDR) and the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) would currently be subject to various legal uncertainties. So far, many of these regulations and their application to the strategies pursued by DTCP Venture are unclear. If and to the extent that these regulations evolve or a practicable market practice and administrative practice is established in this regard, DTCP Venture will consider following them in due course.

Lauderdale GmbH & Co. KG

Sustainability Risks (Art. 3 (1) SFDR)

Sustainability Risks

If and to the extent relevant, Lauderdale GmbH & Co. KG (Lauderdale) considers sustainability risks as part of its investment decision-making process. Sustainability risks are environmental, social or governance events or conditions, the occurrence of which could have an actual or potential material adverse effect on the value of the investment. Lauderdale considers and assesses sustainability risks as part of the due diligence process prior to any investment. Lauderdale remains free in its decision to refrain from investing or to invest despite sustainability risks in which case Lauderdale can also apply measures to reduce or mitigate any sustainability risks. Lauderdale will apply the principle of proportionality in dealing with sustainability risks taking due account of the strategic relevance of an investment as well as its transactional context.

Principal Adverse Impacts (Art. 4 (1) (b) SFDR)

No consideration of adverse impacts on sustainability factors

Lauderdale does not consider adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors. Sustainability factors are environmental, social and employee concerns, respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery. No sustainability indicators are currently used. The administrative burden associated with considering adverse impacts on sustainability factors (particularly the use of sustainability indicators) is disproportionate in light of the very limited relevance such impacts could have in the context of Lauderdale's strategy. The application of the provisions of the European Disclosure Regulation (EU 2019/2088) (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, SFDR) and the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) would currently be subject to various legal uncertainties. So far, many of these regulations and their application to the strategies pursued by Lauderdale are unclear. If and to the extent that these regulations evolve or a practicable market practice and administrative practice is established in this regard, Lauderdale will consider following them in due course.

Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Venture Fund II GmbH & Co. KG

Sustainability Risks (Art. 3 (1) SFDR)

 Sustainability Risks

If and to the extent relevant, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Venture Fund II GmbH & Co. KG (DTCP Venture II) considers sustainability risks as part of its investment decision-making process. Sustainability risks are environmental, social or governance events or conditions, the occurrence of which could have an actual or potential material adverse effect on the value of the investment. DTCP Venture II considers and assesses sustainability risks as part of the due diligence process prior to any investment. DTCP Venture II remains free in its decision to refrain from investing or to invest despite sustainability risks in which case DTCP Venture II can also apply measures to reduce or mitigate any sustainability risks. DTCP Venture II will apply the principle of proportionality in dealing with sustainability risks taking due account of the strategic relevance of an investment as well as its transactional context.

Principal Adverse Impacts (Art. 4 (1) (b) SFDR)

No consideration of adverse impacts on sustainability factors

DTCP Venture II does not consider adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors. Sustainability factors are environmental, social and employee concerns, respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery. No sustainability indicators are currently used. The administrative burden associated with considering adverse impacts on sustainability factors (particularly the use of sustainability indicators) is disproportionate in light of the very limited relevance such impacts could have in the context of DTCP Venture II's strategy. The application of the provisions of the European Disclosure Regulation (EU 2019/2088) (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, SFDR) and the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) would currently be subject to various legal uncertainties. So far, many of these regulations and their application to the strategies pursued by DTCP Venture II are unclear. If and to the extent that these regulations evolve or a practicable market practice and administrative practice is established in this regard, DTCP Venture II will consider following them in due course.

Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Venture Fund II Parallel GmbH & Co. KG

Sustainability Risks (Art. 3 (1) SFDR)

Sustainability Risks

If and to the extent relevant, Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners Venture Fund II Parallel GmbH & Co. KG (DTCP Parallel) considers sustainability risks as part of its investment decision-making process. Sustainability risks are environmental, social or governance events or conditions, the occurrence of which could have an actual or potential material adverse effect on the value of the investment. DTCP Parallel considers and assesses sustainability risks as part of the due diligence process prior to any investment. DTCP Parallel remains free in its decision to refrain from investing or to invest despite sustainability risks in which case DTCP Parallel can also apply measures to reduce or mitigate any sustainability risks. DTCP Parallel will apply the principle of proportionality in dealing with sustainability risks taking due account of the strategic relevance of an investment as well as its transactional context.

Principal Adverse Impacts (Art. 4 (1) (b) SFDR)

No consideration of adverse impacts on sustainability factors

DTCP Parallel does not consider adverse impacts of investment decisions on sustainability factors. Sustainability factors are environmental, social and employee concerns, respect for human rights and the fight against corruption and bribery. No sustainability indicators are currently used. The administrative burden associated with considering adverse impacts on sustainability factors (particularly the use of sustainability indicators) is disproportionate in light of the very limited relevance such impacts could have in the context of DTCP Parallel's strategy. The application of the provisions of the European Disclosure Regulation (EU 2019/2088) (Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation, SFDR) and the Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) would currently be subject to various legal uncertainties. So far, many of these regulations and their application to the strategies pursued by DTCP Parallel are unclear. If and to the extent that these regulations evolve or a practicable market practice and administrative practice is established in this regard, DTCP Parallel will consider following them in due course.