EXECUTION VERSION






AMENDED AND RESTATED

EXEMPTED LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT


OF


THIRD POINT ENHANCED LP

DATED JULY 31, 2018








TABLE OF CONTENTS

Article I Definitions
2
 
 
Article II Formation of Partnership
13
Section 2.1
Formation of the Partnership
13
Section 2.2
Partnership Name and Address
13
Section 2.3
Registered Agent and Registered Office
13
Section 2.4
Registration as Exempted Limited Partnership
13
Section 2.5
Purposes
14
Section 2.6
Term of the Partnership
14
Section 2.7
Interests
14
Section 2.8
Withdrawal of Initial Limited Partner
14
 
 
 
Article III Contributions to and Withdrawals from Capital Accounts
15
Section 3.1
Contributions of the Partners
15
Section 3.2
No Interest and No Return
15
Section 3.3
No Required Additional Capital Contributions
15
Section 3.4
Withdrawals in General
16
Section 3.5
Permitted Withdrawals from Capital Accounts
16
Section 3.6
Payment of Withdrawal Proceeds
20
Section 3.7
Limitations on Withdrawal
20
Section 3.8
Withholding Taxes
21
 
 
 
Article IV Capital Accounts and Allocations
21
Section 4.1
Capital Accounts
21
Section 4.2
Valuation
26
Section 4.3
Liabilities; Reserves
26
Section 4.4
Determination by General Partner of Certain Matters
26
 
 
 
Article V Records, Accounting and Reports, Partnership Funds
27
Section 5.1
Records and Accounting
27
Section 5.2
Independent Audit
27
Section 5.3
Tax Information
27
Section 5.4
Annual Reports to Current Partners
28
Section 5.5
Investment Committee Meeting
28
Section 5.6
Reporting
28
Section 5.7
Tax Returns
28
 
 
 





Article VI Rights and Duties of the General Partner
28
Section 6.1
Management Power
28
Section 6.2
Resignation or Withdrawal by the General Partner
34
Section 6.3
Right of Public to Rely on Authority of General Partner
34
Section 6.4
Time and Attention of the General Partner
34
Section 6.5
Exculpation and Indemnification of the General Partner
34
Section 6.6
Other Business Ventures
35
Section 6.7
Certain Tax Matters
35
Section 6.8
Addition of General Partners
36
Section 6.9
Key Person
37
Section 6.10
Principal Transactions and Other Related Party Transactions
37
 
 
 
Article VII Rights and Obligations of Limited Partners
37
Section 7.1
No Participation in Management
37
Section 7.2
Liability of Partners
37
Section 7.3
Withdrawal, Death, etc. of Limited Partner
37
Section 7.4
Assignability of Interest
38
Section 7.5
Priority
38
 
 
 
Article VIII Expenses and Management Fee
38
Section 8.1
Organizational Expenses
38
Section 8.2
Operational Expenses
38
Section 8.3
Management Fee
42
Section 8.4
Transaction Fees
43
Section 8.5
Assignment of Investment Advisory Contract
43
Section 8.6
Most Favored Nation
43
 
 
 
Article IX Winding Up and Dissolution
45
Section 9.1
Winding Up
45
Section 9.2
Dissolution
45
Section 9.3
Time for Liquidation, etc.
46
 
 
 
Article X Amendments
46
Section 10.1
Amendment of Agreement
46
 
 
 
Article XI Power of Attorney
47
Section 11.1
Power of Attorney
47
 
 
 





Article XII Confidentiality
48
Section 12.1
Confidentiality
48
Section 12.2
Non-Disclosure of LP Confidential Information
49
Section 12.3
Equitable and Injunctive Relief
50
 
 
 
Article XIII Miscellaneous
51
Section 13.1
Notices
51
Section 13.2
Adjustment to Take Account of Certain Events
52
Section 13.3
Governing Law
52
Section 13.4
No Third Party Rights
52
Section 13.5
Entire Agreement
52
Section 13.6
Counterparts
53
Section 13.7
Miscellaneous
53
Section 13.8
Partners Not Agents
53
Section 13.9
Severability
53
Section 13.10
Discretion
53
Section 13.11
Venue
53
Section 13.12
Waiver of Partition
54
Section 13.13
Waiver of Jury Trial
54
Section 13.14
Survival
54







AMENDED AND RESTATED

EXEMPTED LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT


OF


THIRD POINT ENHANCED LP
THIS AMENDED AND RESTATED EXEMPTED LIMITED PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT OF THIRD POINT ENHANCED LP, a Cayman Islands exempted limited partnership (the “Partnership”), is executed and delivered as a deed on July 31, 2018, with effect beginning on August 31, 2018 (the “Effective Date”), by and among the undersigned Persons and shall hereafter govern the Partnership. Capitalized terms used in this Agreement and not otherwise defined therein are defined in Article I.
RECITALS
WHEREAS, Third Point Reinsurance Company Ltd., a Bermuda Class 4 insurance company (“TP Re Bermuda”), Third Point Reinsurance Ltd., a Bermuda corporation and the direct parent of TP Re Bermuda (“Holdco”), Third Point LLC, a limited liability company organized under the laws of the State of Delaware (together with and any successor investment manager appointed pursuant to the provisions of the Investment Management Agreement, the “Investment Manager”), and Third Point Advisors L.L.C., a limited liability company formed under the laws of Delaware (the “General Partner”), entered into a Joint Venture and Investment Management Agreement dated as of December 22, 2011 for the purpose of creating a joint venture solely with respect to the management of certain investable assets and to share in the profits and losses therefrom as provided in such Joint Venture and Investment Management Agreement (the “Original Bermuda JV Agreement,” and such arrangement, as amended, the “Bermuda Joint Venture”);
WHEREAS, the parties to the Original Bermuda JV Agreement amended and restated the Original Bermuda JV Agreement in its entirety and continued the Bermuda Joint Venture pursuant to the terms of Amended and Restated Joint Venture and Investment Management Agreement dated June 22, 2016 (the “Amended Bermuda JV Agreement”);
WHEREAS, Third Point Reinsurance (USA) Ltd., a Bermuda Class 4 insurance company (“TP Re USA”), the Investment Manager and the General Partner entered into a Joint Venture and Investment Management Agreement dated as of January 28, 2015 for the purpose of creating a joint venture solely with respect to the management of certain investable assets and to share in the profits and losses therefrom as provided in such Joint Venture and Investment Management Agreement (the “Original USA JV Agreement,” and such arrangement, as amended, the “USA Joint Venture” and, collectively with the Bermuda Joint Venture, the “Joint Ventures”);
WHEREAS, the parties to the Original USA JV Agreement and Third Point Re (USA) Holdings Inc. amended and restated the Original USA JV Agreement in its entirety and continued the USA Joint Venture pursuant to the terms of Amended and Restated Joint Venture and Investment





Management Agreement dated June 22, 2016 (the “Amended USA JV Agreement,” and together with the Amended Bermuda JV Agreement, the “Amended JV Agreements”);
WHEREAS, TP Re Bermuda and TP Re USA wish to transfer legal title to all of the assets and liabilities (other than the Collateral Assets and assets to maintain the Liquidity Buffer) (the “Investable Assets”) held in their respective Joint Ventures pursuant to the Amended JV Agreements to the Partnership;
WHEREAS, upon and in exchange for such transfer of Investable Assets, each of TP Re Bermuda and TP Re USA will receive an Interest in the Partnership and be admitted to the Partnership as a Limited Partner;
WHEREAS, the parties intend that the Partnership shall be a continuation of the tax partnership created pursuant to the Bermuda Joint Venture;
WHEREAS, the parties intend to treat the transactions completed by this Agreement as an “assets-over” partnership merger of the USA Joint Venture into the Bermuda Joint Venture in which the Bermuda Joint Venture is treated as the “continuing partnership”;
WHEREAS, the General Partner and R. Mendy Haas (the “Initial Limited Partner”) entered into an Initial Exempted Limited Partnership Agreement of the Partnership, dated June 25, 2018 (the “Original Agreement”), and registered by the General Partner as an exempted limited partnership in the Cayman Islands pursuant to the Partnership Law on June 25, 2018;
WHEREAS, the General Partner and the Initial Limited Partner wish to amend and restate the Original Agreement in its entirety and to enter into this Agreement; and
WHEREAS, the Initial Limited Partner will enter into this Agreement solely in order to withdraw from the Partnership pursuant to Section 2.8 and for no other purpose.
NOW, THEREFORE, the parties hereto hereby agree to continue the Bermuda Joint Venture in the form of the Partnership and hereby amend and restate the Original Agreement, which is replaced and superseded in its entirety by this Agreement, as follows:





Article I

Definitions
The following terms shall have the following meanings when used in this Agreement:
1.1.    A.M. Best” shall mean A.M. Best & Company.
1.2.    Administrator” shall mean International Fund Services (N.A.), L.L.C., or any other firm or firms as the General Partner may, in its sole discretion, select, at the expense of the Partnership, for the purpose of maintaining the Partnership’s financial, accounting and corporate books and records, anti-money laundering screening, and performing administrative and clerical services (which may include back-office and middle-office services) on behalf of the Partnership, including tax and accounting functions, and acting as the registrar, transfer agent and withdrawal agent for the Interests.
1.3.    Advisers Act” shall mean the U.S. Investment Advisers Act of 1940, as amended from time to time.
1.4.    Affiliate” shall mean, with respect to another Person or entity, a Person or entity controlling, controlled by, or under common control with such other Person or entity.
1.5.    Affiliated Fund” shall mean any account, fund or investment vehicle (other than the Partnership) currently sponsored or managed by, or that in the future may be sponsored or managed by, the General Partner and/or the Investment Manager or any of their Affiliates, but excluding any family office, investment vehicle and/or account, in each case, through which the ultimate beneficial owners of the General Partner and the Investment Manager (either directly or indirectly through estate planning vehicles or otherwise) make personal investments.
1.6.    Aggregate TP Re Investment” shall mean the aggregate of (i) the investments in the Partnership by TP Re and its Affiliates and (ii) the investments, if any, in any Relevant Affiliated Funds by TP Re and its Affiliates.
1.7.    Agreement” shall mean this Amended and Restated Exempted Limited Partnership Agreement, as originally executed and as amended, modified, supplemented or restated from time to time, including any Exhibits attached hereto.
1.8.    Amended Bermuda JV Agreement” has the meaning set forth in the Recitals.
1.9.    Amended JV Agreements” has the meaning set forth in the Recitals.
1.10.    Amended USA JV Agreement” has the meaning set forth in the Recitals.
1.11.    BBA Rules” shall mean Subchapter C of Chapter 63 of the Code (Sections 6221 et seq.), as enacted by the U.S. Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, as amended from time to time, and any Treasury Regulations and other guidance promulgated thereunder, and any similar state or local legislation, regulations or guidance.





1.12.    BCAR” shall mean the A.M. Best Capital Adequacy Ratio.
1.13.    Beginning Value” shall mean, with respect to any Fiscal Period, the value of the Partnership’s Net Assets at the beginning of such Fiscal Period after deduction of the Management Fee payable as of the beginning of such Fiscal Period.
1.14.    Bermuda Joint Venture” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.15.    Board” shall mean Holdco’s board of directors unless applicable Law, regulation or securities exchange upon which TP Re’s or Holdco’s common shares are listed requires action to be taken by a committee of the Board composed of independent directors, in which case “Board” means such committee which shall consist of all members of Holdco’s board of directors that are not expressly prohibited by applicable Law, regulation or securities exchange from participating in the action to be taken by such committee.
1.16.    Business Day” shall mean any day, other than Saturday or Sunday, on which the New York Stock Exchange is open for trading and the banks in New York are open for business or such other day as the General Partner may determine.
1.17.    Capital Account” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.1.1 hereof.
1.18.    Capital Contributions” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 3.1.3 hereof.
1.19.    Cause Event” shall mean (i) a violation by the General Partner or the Investment Manager of applicable Law relating to the General Partner’s or the Investment Manager’s investment-related business, (ii) the General Partner’s or the Investment Manager’s fraud, Gross Negligence, willful misconduct or reckless disregard of any of its obligations under this Agreement or, in the case of the Investment Manager, the Investment Management Agreement, (iii) a material breach by the General Partner of this Agreement or a material breach by the Investment Manager of the Investment Management Agreement, which, if such breach is reasonably capable of being cured, is not cured within 15 days of written notice of such breach from TP Re, (iv) the General Partner, the Investment Manager or any Key Personnel settles, or is convicted of, or enters a plea of guilty or nolo contendere to, (a) in the case of Daniel S. Loeb, a felony or crime involving moral turpitude and (b) in the case of the General Partner, the Investment Manager or any Key Personnel, a felony or crime relating to or adversely affecting the investment-related business of the General Partner or the Investment Manager, (v) the General Partner, the Investment Manager or any Key Personnel commits any act of fraud, material misappropriation, material dishonesty, embezzlement, or similar fraud-based conduct relating to the General Partner’s or the Investment Manager’s investment-related business, or (vi) the General Partner, the Investment Manager or any Key Personnel is the subject of a formal administrative or other legal proceeding before the SEC, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, FINRA, or any other U.S. or non-U.S. regulatory or self-regulatory organization, which such proceeding a majority of the Disinterested Board Members believes, in their reasonable business judgment, is likely to be resolved against the General Partner, the Investment Manager or such Key Personnel and, in the case of (i) and (vi) above, that will likely have a Material Adverse Effect on the Partnership, its investments or TP Re.





1.20.    Closing Day” shall mean any day as of which Capital Contributions are accepted by the Partnership (generally the first Business Day of each calendar month).
1.21.    Code” shall mean the U.S. Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended from time to time, and the regulations issued thereunder.
1.22.    Collateral Assets” shall mean the assets held in any account set up by TP Re to hold assets that are (i) held in trust for the benefit of banks that issue letters of credit at TP Re’s instruction, (ii) held in trust for the benefit of cedants of TP Re or otherwise in support of TP Re’s reinsurance agreements, or (iii) pledged to such parties in interest.
1.23.    Confidential Material” shall mean all information (oral or written) concerning the business and affairs of the Partnership, the General Partner, the Investment Manager, or any of their respective Affiliates, which information the General Partner, in its sole discretion, reasonably believes to be in the nature of trade secrets or any other information the disclosure of which the General Partner, in its sole discretion, believes is not in the best interests of the Partnership, the General Partner, the Investment Manager, or any of their respective Affiliates or their respective businesses, or could damage the Partnership, the General Partner, the Investment Manager, or any of their respective Affiliates or their respective businesses, or which the Partnership, the General Partner, the Investment Manager, or any of their respective Affiliates are required by Law or agreement with a third party to keep confidential, including any information relating to the Partnership’s financials, investment strategy (e.g., portfolio positions, trades and contemplated trades), valuations, the names and addresses of each of the Partners, their contact information and their initial and subsequent Capital Contributions and any details regarding any arrangement the Partnership may have with any Persons (including Other Agreements). Any and all notes, analyses, compilations, forecasts, studies or other documents prepared by a Limited Partner or its Representatives that contain, reflect, or are based on any of the foregoing shall be considered Confidential Material.
1.24.    CRS” shall mean the OECD Standard for Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information in Tax Matters – The Common Reporting Standard.
1.25.    Disability” shall mean a physical or mental impairment that renders a person unable to perform the essential functions of such person’s position even with reasonable accommodation, and which has lasted at least one hundred and eighty consecutive days. A physician selected by a majority of the Disinterested Board Members shall make the determination of the existence of a Disability.
1.26.    Disabling Conduct” shall mean, with respect to any Person, such Person’s fraud, reckless disregard, willful misconduct, Gross Negligence, a material breach of this Agreement or the Investment Management Agreement (unless, if such breach is reasonably capable of being cured, such material breach is cured within fifteen days of the date on which such Person receives a notice of such material breach from a Limited Partner) or a violation of Law, as each such action is finally determined by a court of competent jurisdiction.





1.27.    Disinterested Board Members” shall mean the members of the Board other than any member of the Board that is employed by the Investment Manager or any of its Affiliates.
1.28.    Diversification Requirement” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 3.5(a)(iv).
1.29.    Effective Date” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.30.    Ending Value” shall mean, with respect to any Fiscal Period, the value of the Partnership’s Net Assets at the end of such Fiscal Period before deductions for withdrawals or distributions, if any.
1.31.    Entity Taxes” shall mean any taxes (including any interest, penalties or additions to tax imposed in connection therewith or with respect thereto) imposed under the BBA Rules.
1.32.    ERISA” shall mean the U.S. Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended from time to time.
1.33.    Exchange Act” shall mean the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended from time to time.
1.34.    Excluded Investors” shall mean Limited Partners that are partners, members or employees of the Investment Manager, the General Partner or their Affiliates, such persons’ family members and trusts or other entities established for the benefit of such persons or their family members and/or established by the foregoing persons for charitable purposes.
1.35.    Exit Transaction” means, with respect to TP Re, a dissolution, liquidation or a winding down.
1.36.    Expenses” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.2(a)(xix).
1.37.    Exposure Multiplier shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.3.1.
1.38.    Fair Value” shall mean, with respect to any assets and liabilities held by the Partnership, as of any time of determination hereunder, the value determined pursuant to Section 4.2.
1.39.    FATCA” shall mean (i) Sections 1471 through 1474 of the Code (and any Treasury Regulations or administrative or judicial interpretations thereunder) or similar or successor provisions, (ii) the CRS, (iii) similar legislation, regulations or guidance enacted in any jurisdiction which seeks to implement similar tax reporting and/or withholding tax regimes, and (iv) any treaty, agreement with any governmental authority, or other intergovernmental agreement related to (i), (ii) or (iii) above and any legislation, regulations or guidance implemented in the Cayman Islands to give effect to the foregoing.





1.40.    Final Determination” shall mean (i) with respect to U.S. federal income taxes, a “determination” (as defined in Section 1313(a) of the Code) or the execution of a settlement agreement with the Internal Revenue Service (pursuant to Form 870-AD or otherwise) and (ii) with respect to taxes other than U.S. federal income taxes, any judicial or administrative determination or settlement that is substantially similar to a Final Determination described in clause (i).
1.41.    FINRA” means Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.
1.42.    Fiscal Period” shall mean the period beginning on the day immediately succeeding the last day of the immediately preceding Fiscal Period (or, in the case of the Partnership’s first Fiscal Period, the date of this Agreement) and ending on the soonest occurring of the following:
(i)    the last day of a calendar month;
(ii)    the day immediately preceding the day on which a new Limited Partner is admitted to the Partnership;
(iii)    the day immediately preceding the day on which a Partner makes an additional Capital Contribution to the Partner’s Capital Account;
(iv)    the day as of which there is a withdrawal from a Partner’s Capital Account;
(v)    the date of final winding up of the Partnership in accordance with Section 9.1 of this Agreement; and
(vi)    such other date as the General Partner may determine.
1.1.    Fiscal Year” shall mean the fiscal year of the Partnership, which will be the calendar year unless otherwise determined by the General Partner.
1.2.    Former Partner” shall mean each such Person as hereafter from time to time ceasing to be a Partner, whether voluntarily or otherwise, in accordance with the terms of this Agreement.
1.3.    GAAP” shall mean U.S. generally accepted accounting principles, in effect from time to time.
1.4.    General Partner” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.5.    Governmental Authority” shall mean (i) any U.S. or non-U.S. nation or government, (ii) any state or other political subdivision of any such nation or government, and/or (iii) any entity exercising executive, legislative, judicial, regulatory and/or administrative functions of or pertaining to a government, including any self-regulatory authority (such as a stock or option exchange or securities self-regulatory organization), governmental authority, agency, commission, department, board or instrumentality and any court or administrative tribunal, in any case, having jurisdiction over the affected Person or the subject matter at issue.





1.6.    GP Transaction” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.5 hereof.
1.7.    Gross Negligence” shall have the meaning given to such term under the laws of the State of Delaware.
1.8.    Guidelines” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 6.1.6.
1.9.    Holdco” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.10.    Incentive Allocation” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.1.2.2 hereof.
1.11.    Indemnified Parties” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 6.5.2 hereof.
1.12.    Initial Closing Day” shall mean the Effective Date.
1.13.    Initial Limited Partner” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.14.    Interests” shall mean limited partner interests of the Partnership.
1.15.    Intra-Month Withdrawal Date” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 3.5(a) hereof.
1.16.    Investable Assets” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.17.    Investment Committee” shall mean the investment committee of Holdco.
1.18.    Investment Company Act” shall mean the U.S. Investment Company Act of 1940, as amended from time to time.
1.19.    Investment Management Agreement” shall mean the Investment Management Agreement between the Investment Manager and the Partnership dated as of July 31, 2018, as amended, modified, supplemented or restated from time to time, pursuant to which the Investment Manager shall provide investment management services to the Partnership.
1.20.    Investment Manager” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.21.    investment-related” shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in the Form ADV in effect as of the date hereof.
1.22.    IRS” means the Internal Revenue Service of the United States.
1.23.    Joint Ventures” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.24.    Key Person Event” shall mean (i) the death, Disability or retirement of Daniel S. Loeb or (ii) the occurrence of any other circumstance in which Daniel S. Loeb is no longer





(a) directing the investment program of the Investment Manager or (b) actively involved in the day-to-day management of the Investment Manager.
1.25.    Key Personnel” shall mean Daniel S. Loeb and any other member of the Investment Manager (or, if any such members are not individuals, the individuals that are the ultimate beneficial owners of such members).
1.26.    Law” shall mean any applicable law, statute, ordinance, rule, regulation, judgment, injunction, order, treaty and/or decree of any applicable Governmental Authority.
1.27.    Limited Partners” shall mean each Person admitted as a limited partner of the Partnership in accordance with this Agreement.
1.28.    Liquidity Buffer” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.5(a)(i).
1.29.    Loss Recovery Account” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.1.2.3 hereof.
1.30.    Loss Recovery Amount” shall mean any positive balance in a Loss Recovery Account.
1.31.    Losses” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6.5.2.
1.32.    LP Confidential Information” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 12.2.
1.33.    Majority-in-Interest” shall mean, as of any date of determination, the Limited Partners that have in excess of fifty percent (50%) of the Partnership Percentages of the Limited Partners that are entitled to consent on a matter pursuant to the terms of this Agreement.
1.34.    Management Fee” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.3.1 hereof.
1.35.    Managing Member” shall mean the member or members of the General Partner or the Investment Manager designated by all the members thereof, pursuant to their respective limited liability company agreements as in effect from time to time, to manage the business and affairs of the General Partner and the Investment Manager, respectively.
1.36.    Material Adverse Effect” shall have the meaning as such term is interpreted under the laws of the State of Delaware.
1.37.    Memorandum Account” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.1.2.9 hereof.
1.38.    Minimum GP Holding Level” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 3.1.1.





1.39.    More Favorable Fee Rights” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.6(a) hereof.
1.40.    More Favorable Investor Rights” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.6(b) hereof.
1.41.    More Favorable Liquidity Rights” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.6(c) hereof.
1.42.    Net Assets” shall mean the excess of the Partnership’s assets over its liabilities at Fair Value.
1.43.    Net Capital Appreciation” shall mean the excess, if any, of the Ending Value over the Beginning Value.
1.44.    Net Capital Depreciation” shall mean the excess, if any, of the Beginning Value over the Ending Value.
1.45.    Net Decrease” shall mean, for each Limited Partner with respect to any period, the excess, if any, of (i) the Net Capital Depreciation, if any, allocated to the Limited Partner’s Capital Account for such period pursuant to Section 4.1.2, over (ii) the Net Capital Appreciation, if any, allocated to the Limited Partner’s Capital Account for such period pursuant to Section 4.1.2.
1.46.    Net Increase” shall mean, for each Limited Partner with respect to any period, the excess, if any, of (i) the Net Capital Appreciation, if any, allocated to the Limited Partner’s Capital Account for such period pursuant to Section 4.1.2, over (ii) the Net Capital Depreciation, if any, allocated to the Limited Partner’s Capital Account for such period pursuant to Section 4.1.2.
1.47.    Notice of Dissolution” shall mean a notice of dissolution signed by the General Partner or liquidator of the Partnership pursuant to the Partnership Law.
1.48.    Offshore Master Fund shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.3.1.
1.49.    Original Agreement” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.50.    Original Bermuda JV Agreement” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.51.    Original USA JV Agreement” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.52.    Other Agreements” shall mean side letters or similar separate written agreements, the provisions of which may modify the terms of this Agreement, including any agreement with a Limited Partner that provides for special or more favorable rights.





1.53.    Partners” shall mean, collectively, the Limited Partners and the General Partner, including any Persons hereafter admitted as Partners in accordance with this Agreement and excluding any Persons who cease to be Partners in accordance with this Agreement.
1.54.    Partnership” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.55.    Partnership Law” shall mean the Exempted Limited Partnership Law (2018 Revision) of the Cayman Islands, as may be further amended from time to time and any successor Law thereto.
1.56.    Partnership Percentage” shall mean a percentage established for each Partner on the Partnership’s books as of the first day of each Fiscal Period. The Partnership Percentage of each Partner for a Fiscal Period shall be determined by dividing the amount of the Partner’s Capital Account as of the beginning of the Fiscal Period by the sum of all of the Partners’ Capital Accounts as of the beginning of the Fiscal Period. The sum of the Partnership Percentages for each Fiscal Period shall equal one hundred percent (100%).
1.57.    Partnership Representativeshall mean for any relevant taxable year of the Partnership to which the BBA Rules apply, the General Partner acting in the capacity of the “partnership representative” (as such term is defined under the BBA Rules) or such other Person as may be so designated by the General Partner; provided that the General Partner may not designate another Person as such without the prior written consent of TP Re.
1.58.    Permitted Person” shall mean (i) TP Re Bermuda or TP Re USA, their respective direct or indirect owners and subsidiaries or (ii) Holdco and its direct or indirect subsidiaries.
1.59.    Person” shall mean a natural person, partnership, limited liability company, corporation, unincorporated association, joint venture, trust, state or any other entity or any governmental agency or political subdivision thereof.
1.60.    Purchase Price” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.1.2.9 hereof.
1.61.    Registrar” shall mean the Cayman Islands Registrar of Exempted Limited Partnerships appointed pursuant to the Partnership Law.
1.62.    Relevant Affiliated Fund” shall mean any Affiliated Fund pursuing a substantially similar investment program as the Partnership.
1.63.    Representatives” shall mean a Limited Partner’s directors, officers, employees, advisers, consultants, auditors, accountants, partners, members, Affiliates, or agents, or any Affiliates of the foregoing.
1.64.    SEC” shall mean the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
1.65.    Security” or “Securities” shall mean capital stock, depositary receipts, shares of investment companies and mutual funds of all types, currencies, preorganization





certificates and subscriptions, interests in REITs, swaps, warrants, bonds, notes, debentures (whether subordinated, convertible or otherwise), commercial paper, certificates of deposit, bankers’ acceptances, trade acceptances, contract and other claims, executory contracts, participations therein, trust receipts, obligations of the United States, any state thereof, non-U.S. governments and instrumentalities of any of them, shares of beneficial interest, partnership interests and other securities of whatever kind or nature of any Person, corporation, government or entity whatsoever, whether or not publicly traded or readily marketable, loans, credit paper, accounts and notes receivable and payable held by trade or other creditors, any interest in any security, or any rights and options relating thereto, including put and call options and any combination thereof (written by the Partnership or others), and commodities and commodity contracts, including futures contracts and options thereon.
1.66.    Special Purpose Vehicle” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 6.1.1(b) hereof.
1.67.    Statement” shall mean the statement of registration filed by the General Partner on behalf of the Partnership with the Registrar in the Cayman Islands pursuant to Section 7 of the Partnership Law.
1.68.    Subscription Agreement” shall mean the subscription agreement (including any schedule, exhibit or appendix thereto and any investor questionnaire attached to such subscription agreement as completed by each Limited Partner, together with any other information, representations, warranties, and documentation provided from time to time by the Limited Partner) between each Limited Partner and the Partnership pursuant to which such Limited Partner has subscribed for and purchased Interests.
1.69.    Tax Matters Partner” shall mean for any taxable year of the Partnership subject to the TEFRA Rules, the General Partner acting in the capacity of the “tax matters partner” of the Partnership (as such term was defined in Section 6231(a)(7) of the Code under the TEFRA Rules).
1.70.    Tax Proceeding” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.1.6(b).
1.71.    Tax Treatment” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.1.6(a).
1.72.    Taxable Year” shall mean the Partnership’s taxable year for U.S. federal income tax purposes, as determined pursuant to Section 706 of the Code.
1.73.    TEFRA Rules” shall mean Subchapter C of Chapter 63 of the Code (Sections 6221 through 6234), as enacted by the U.S. Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982, as amended from time to time, and Treasury Regulations and other guidance promulgated thereunder, and any similar state or local legislation, regulations or guidance; provided, however, that the TEFRA Rules shall not include the BBA Rules.
1.74.    Termination Event” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 7.3 hereof.





1.75.    Third Point Parties” shall mean the General Partner, the Investment Manager and their respective Affiliates.
1.76.    TP Re” shall mean, individually or collectively as the context requires, TP Re Bermuda and TP Re USA.
1.77.    TP Re Bermuda” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.78.    TP Re USA” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.79.    Trademark License Agreements” shall mean, collectively, the trademark license agreements entered into on December 22, 2011 among the Investment Manager, Holdco and TP Re, and the Joinder Agreement entered into on February 17, 2016 among TP Re, the Investment Manager and Third Point Re (USA) Holdings Inc, as each may be amended, modified, supplemented or restated from time to time.
1.80.    Transaction Fees” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 8.4 hereof.
1.81.    Transfer” shall mean any transaction by which a Partner may directly, indirectly or synthetically transfer, pledge, charge (or otherwise create a security interest in), assign, hypothecate, sell, convey, exchange, reference under a derivatives contract or any other arrangement or otherwise dispose of all, or any portion, of its interest, or the economic or non-economic rights in its interest, to any other beneficial owner or other Persons.
1.82.    Treasury Regulations” shall mean the regulations promulgated under the Code.
1.83.    UCC” shall mean a committee elected by the General Partner comprised of one or more persons unaffiliated with the General Partner. Each person serving on the UCC shall be appointed until such person resigns or is otherwise removed or replaced by the General Partner in its sole discretion. From time to time, the General Partner may elect additional persons to serve on the UCC.
1.84.    Unrestricted Partner” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.1.2.8 hereof.
1.85.    USA Joint Venture” shall have the meaning as set forth in the Recitals.
1.86.    Valuation Policy” shall have the meaning as set forth in Section 4.2.1 hereof.
ARTICLE II    

Formation of Partnership
Section 2.1    Formation of the Partnership. The Partnership was formed pursuant to the Original Agreement and was registered as an exempted limited partnership under the Partnership Law by the General Partner pursuant to a Statement filed with the Registrar on June 25, 2018. Such action is hereby ratified and confirmed in all respects.





Section 2.2    Partnership Name and Address. The name of the Partnership is “Third Point Enhanced LP.” The General Partner may change the name of the Partnership with the prior written consent of TP Re. The principal office of the Partnership is located at 390 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022, or at such other location as the General Partner in the future may designate.
Section 2.3    Registered Agent and Registered Office. The Partnership’s registered office in the Cayman Islands is located at Walkers Corporate Limited, Cayman Corporate Centre, 27 Hospital Road, George Town, Grand Cayman KY1-9008, Cayman Islands. The name of its registered agent at such address is Walkers Corporate Limited.
Section 2.4    Registration as Exempted Limited Partnership. The General Partner shall make such filings with the Registrar in the Cayman Islands as are necessary to continue the registration of the Partnership as an exempted limited partnership under the Partnership Law.
Section 2.5    Purposes.
(a)    The Partnership is organized as a continuation of the Bermuda Joint Venture for the purposes of investing all of the Investable Assets of TP Re pursuant to the Guidelines and engaging in all activities and transactions as the General Partner may deem necessary or advisable in connection with the foregoing purpose, including to do such acts as are necessary or advisable in connection with the maintenance and administration of the Partnership. The Partnership may invest all or a portion of its investable capital through one or more Special Purpose Vehicles (which in turn will invest in Securities).
(b)    The parties hereto acknowledge that they intend that each of the Joint Ventures and the Partnership, as a continuation of the Bermuda Joint Venture, be taxed as a partnership and not as an association taxable as a corporation for U.S. federal income tax purposes. No election may be made to treat the Joint Ventures or the Partnership as other than a partnership for U.S. federal income tax purposes.
Section 2.6    Term of the Partnership. The term of the Partnership shall continue until the first of the following events occurs:
(a)    at any time, upon the written consent of all the Limited Partners and the General Partner;
(b)    within sixty (60) days of the dissolution, entry of an order for relief or filing of a bankruptcy petition or withdrawal of the General Partner, unless within such sixty (60) days not less than a Majority-in-Interest of the then-Limited Partners appoint a successor general partner and elect to continue the business of the Partnership; or
(c)    subject to the foregoing, any other event causing the mandatory winding up and dissolution of the Partnership under the laws of the Cayman Islands.
At the end of its term, the Partnership shall be wound up and dissolved pursuant to Article IX.
Section 2.7    Interests. The Partnership, in the General Partner’s sole discretion, may in the future offer Interests and/or establish classes, sub-classes, series, tranches or lots, in any case, with different offering terms including with respect to, among other things, the Incentive Allocation, Management Fees, withdrawal rights, minimum and additional subscription amounts, portfolios, denomination of currencies, informational rights and other rights.
Section 2.8    Withdrawal of Initial Limited Partner. The Initial Limited Partner (a) shall withdraw as a limited partner from the Partnership on the Effective Date by the other parties hereto and the admission of one or more Limited Partners and (b) executes this Agreement exclusively in order to confirm his withdrawal from the Partnership. The Initial Limited Partner shall thereafter have no further rights, liabilities or obligations under or in respect of this Agreement. The Partners hereby expressly ratify any and all actions taken by the Initial Limited Partner for or on behalf of the Partnership on or prior to the date hereof, and shall exculpate and indemnify the Initial Limited Partner therefor in accordance with the provisions of Section 6.5.
ARTICLE III    

Contributions to and Withdrawals from Capital Accounts
Section 3.1    Contributions of the Partners.
3.1.1    The General Partner shall maintain its Capital Account with the Partnership at all times at a level equal to at least ten percent (10%) of the aggregate of all Partners’ Capital Accounts (the “Minimum GP Holding Level”). Prior to or contemporaneous with accepting any Capital Contributions from prospective or existing Limited Partners as of any Closing Day, the General Partner shall make additional Capital Contributions in such amounts so that its Capital Account satisfies the Minimum GP Holding Level, as adjusted based on the expected aggregate of all Partners’ Capital Accounts after giving effect to such prospective or existing Partners’ Capital Contributions. The General Partner shall provide TP Re with information concerning the balance of the General Partner’s Capital Account upon reasonable request.
3.1.2    On the Initial Closing Day, TP Re shall make an initial Capital Contribution to the Partnership consisting of its Investable Assets and shall be admitted as a Limited Partner. Subject to the requirements of Section 3.1.1, the General Partner shall have the right, but not the obligation (except as set forth in Section 3.5(h)), in its sole discretion, to admit additional Limited Partners that are Excluded Investors to the Partnership or accept additional Capital Contributions from the Partners as of any Closing Day.
3.1.3    Other than the contributions of Investable Assets by TP Re on the Initial Closing Day, contributions to the Partnership’s capital (“Capital Contributions”) made by Limited Partners shall take the form of cash. The General Partner may, in its sole discretion, however, permit Limited Partners to contribute marketable Securities to the Partnership, subject to terms and conditions determined by the General Partner in its sole discretion. In the event that an existing Partner makes an additional Capital Contribution and/or the General Partner offers new Interests and/or create new classes, sub-classes, series, tranches or lots pursuant to Section 2.7, the General Partner may create additional Capital Accounts to properly account for such additional Capital Contributions, any new Interests offered, classes, sub-classes, series, tranches or lots created and/or for purposes of determining the terms applicable to the Interests, including terms relating to withdrawals set forth in this Agreement.
Section 3.2    No Interest and No Return. Except as provided in this Agreement or by Law, no Partner shall have any right to demand or receive the return of its Capital Contribution to the Partnership. Except as provided in this Article III, no Partner shall be entitled to interest on any Capital Contribution to the Partnership or on the Partner’s Capital Account.
Section 3.3    No Required Additional Capital Contributions. Except as required under the Partnership Law and pursuant to Section 3.8, Section 6.1.3 and Section 6.7.2, no Limited Partner shall be required to make any additional capital contributions to the Partnership.
Section 3.4    Withdrawals in General. The Interest of a Limited Partner may not be withdrawn prior to termination of the Partnership except as provided in this Article III and Section 6.9.
Section 3.5    Permitted Withdrawals from Capital Accounts.
(a)    TP Re may withdraw all or a portion of its Capital Account balance from the Partnership effective as of any calendar month end or at the close of business on each Wednesday during a month (or if a particular Wednesday is not a Business Day, the immediately preceding Business Day) (each such Wednesday or immediately preceding Business Day, an “Intra-Month Withdrawal Date”):
(i)    upon not less than three Business Days’ prior written notice to the General Partner, only to the extent required to pay claims of cedants under TP Re’s reinsurance agreements that are either currently outstanding or expected to occur over the upcoming month, but only to the extent other funds of TP Re are not available for such purpose; provided that a liquidity buffer (“Liquidity Buffer”) of up to $25 million (with respect to TP Re Bermuda) or $10 million (with respect to TP Re USA) (or, in each case, such other amount as may be mutually agreed in writing between the General Partner and such Limited Partner) shall not be considered as funds otherwise available for such purpose;
(ii)    upon not less than five Business Days’ prior written notice to the General Partner, only to the extent required to pay for reasonable operating expenses of TP Re or to support any obligations of TP Re under any borrowing arrangements or credit facilities (other than any obligations pursuant to Section 3.5(a)(i)) of TP Re that are either currently outstanding or expected to occur over the upcoming month, but, in each case, only to the extent other funds of TP Re are not available for such purpose; provided that the funds retained as the Liquidity Buffer shall not be considered as funds otherwise available for such purpose;
(iii)    upon not less than thirty days’ prior written notice to the General Partner in connection with an Exit Transaction, such withdrawal to be effective no later than, and conditioned upon, the approval and commencement of the contemplated Exit Transaction;
(iv)    upon not less than three Business Days’ prior written notice to the General Partner, only in the event (A) TP Re determines a withdrawal is necessary to maintain its BCAR above the minimum level approved by the Board or to otherwise prevent a negative credit rating action by A.M. Best which may include, but is not limited to, a rating downgrade, the assignment of a “Negative Outlook” or the placement of TP Re “Under Review With Negative Implications” or (B) TP Re determines a withdrawal is necessary to diversify its assets pursuant to, or to avoid any non-compliance with or adverse consequences of, any Law, order or regulation promulgated by a Governmental Authority (any such Law, order or regulation, a “Diversification Requirement”), in each of clauses (A) and (B), only to the extent the Disinterested Board Members deem it reasonable to maintain TP Re’s then existing BCAR or financial strength rating from A.M. Best or to otherwise prevent a negative credit rating action by A.M. Best, or take any such action considering a Diversification Requirement, as the case may be; provided that (1) TP Re will withdraw the minimum amount necessary under (A) or (B); (2) in the case of (A), TP Re will reinvest the withdrawn funds in the Partnership when and if TP Re’s BCAR increases above the minimum level approved by the Board and such reinvestment will not, in the judgment of the Disinterested Board Members, either potentially lead to a negative rating action by A.M. Best or adversely affect the potential reversal of a previous negative rating action by A.M. Best and (3) if the Investment Manager is capable of managing a portion of the assets that would otherwise be withdrawn pursuant to (A) and (B) above, then the Investment Manager shall have the option to match any lower fee structure that has been offered to TP Re for the management of such assets, in which case such assets shall continue to be managed by the Investment Manager in a manner consistent with the maintenance of BCAR, the requirements described in such notification from A.M. Best or the avoidance of non-compliance with, or adverse consequences of, any Diversification Requirement; provided, however, that TP Re agrees to seek Board approval for any new lines of business, material changes to the composition of lines of business or material increases in premium volume that would, independent of other factors, increase the likelihood of non-compliance with, or adverse consequences of, a Diversification Requirement. To the extent that there is a withdrawal from the Partnership as a result of this Section 3.5(a)(iv), TP Re will present to the Board, or a committee thereof, on a monthly basis, an analysis of other possible solutions, corporate actions, or other remedies to achieve an acceptable BCAR score or to address ramifications of any Diversification Requirement such that funds may be re-contributed to the Partnership;
(v)    with respect to TP Re Bermuda, upon not less than three Business Days’ prior written notice to the General Partner, only to the extent required to fund a share repurchase plan under which Holdco may effect purchases for cash from time to time of Holdco’s common shares; provided that the amount of shares repurchased by Holdco (whether through the use of proceeds withdrawn from the Partnership or proceeds obtained from any other source) shall be limited to, (A) during any calendar year, ten percent of Holdco’s total shareholders’ equity as of the end of the immediately preceding calendar year in the aggregate and (B) $500 million in the aggregate during the five year period from the date hereof; provided further that not more than $200 million shall be purchased at or over the book value of such common shares at the time of such purchase; provided further that any shares purchased over the book value of such common shares at the time of such purchase must be approved unanimously by the Disinterested Board Members after consultation with the Investment Manager; provided further, for purposes of computing the limitations set forth in the foregoing clauses (A) and (B) for the calendar year ended December 31, 2018, any withdrawals made by TP Re Bermuda during such calendar year of its investment in the Bermuda Joint Venture pursuant to Section 6.2(a)(v) of the Amended Bermuda JV Agreement shall be considered a withdrawal hereunder for purposes of determining whether such limitations have been met;
(vi)    with respect to TP Re USA, upon not less than ten Business Days’ prior written notice to the General Partner, only to the extent required to fund a dividend payable directly or indirectly to Holdco; it being understood that, the requirement to fund (or the funding of) such dividend pursuant to this clause Section 3.5(a)(vi) shall not waive or otherwise modify TP Re’s (or any of its Affiliate’s) obligations under Section 6.1.3;
(vii)    upon not less than ten Business Days’ prior written notice to the General Partner, only to the extent required to directly or indirectly contribute capital to or otherwise fund any direct or indirect subsidiaries of Holdco; provided that such direct or indirect subsidiary becomes party to this Agreement or a similar agreement and the creation of such subsidiary will not result in a substantial reduction in assets related to Holdco managed by the General Partner or its Affiliates;
(viii)    at the sole discretion of a majority of the Disinterested Board Members, upon not less than thirty days’ prior written notice to the General Partner in the event that the net investment performance of the Partnership has (A)(1) incurred a loss in two successive calendar years and (2) underperformed the S&P 500 Index by at least 1,400 basis points (14 pts) for such two successive calendar years, taken as a whole, or (B)(1) incurred a cumulative loss of 14% or more during any 24-month period and (2) underperformed the S&P 500 Index by at least 2,100 basis points (21 pts) for such 24-month period; provided that the Limited Partner may only provide such written notice of withdrawal to the General Partner within three months following the end of such second calendar year or 24-month period, as applicable; provided further, that, to the extent necessary for purposes of assessing performance for two successive calendar years or for any 24-month period, as the case may be, in accordance with this Section 3.5(a)(viii), the prior performance of the Joint Ventures for such relevant periods shall be taken into account (in which case, for purposes of determining whether TP Re is entitled to withdraw from the Partnership pursuant to this Section 3.5(a)(viii), the performance of the Joint Venture and the Partnership shall be evaluated using blended rates based on the numerical thresholds in this Section 3.5(a)(viii) and the corresponding numerical thresholds set forth in Section 6.2(a)(vii) of the JV Agreements);
(ix)    at the sole discretion of a majority of the Disinterested Board Members, upon not less than five days’ prior written notice to the General Partner following the occurrence of any Cause Event;
(x)    
upon not less than six months’ prior written notice to the General Partner, on (i) December 31, 2021 and (ii) thereafter, each successive three year anniversary of such date;
provided that any withdrawal pursuant to this Section 3.5(a)(x) must be a withdrawal of all of TP Re’s Capital Account; or
(xi)    at the sole discretion of a majority of the Disinterested Board Members, upon not less than five days’ prior written notice to the General Partner in the event that the General Partner’s Capital Account ceases to meet the Minimum GP Holding Level. TP Re’s withdrawal right under this Section 3.5(a)(xi) shall be limited to such amount as is necessary so that the General Partner’s Capital Account meets the Minimum GP Holding Level immediately following such withdrawal.
(b)    Notwithstanding Section 6.1.3 or anything to the contrary in this Agreement, in the event of a withdrawal by TP Re pursuant to Section 3.5(a)(viii), Section 3.5(a)(ix), Section 3.5(a)(xi) or Section 6.9, TP Re shall have the right to place any withdrawn assets with any investment advisor other than the Investment Manager or its Affiliates (including, but not limited to, in any similar arrangement as its investment in the Partnership), as may be determined by TP Re in its sole discretion; provided, that prior to placing any such withdrawn assets with any such investment advisor, TP Re and the General Partner hereby agree to work together in good faith to discuss alternative arrangements so that TP Re would continue to have its assets managed by the Investment Manager or its Affiliates.
(c)    If a Limited Partner makes a withdrawal effective as of an Intra-Month Withdrawal Date, then, (i) if there is a Net Capital Appreciation during the calendar month during which the Intra-Month Withdrawal Date occurs, then, notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein including the definition of “Fiscal Period,” the definition of “Partnership Percentages” or Section 4.1.2.1, the Partnership Percentages of all Partners shall be determined based on the Capital Account balance of all Partners as of the beginning of such calendar month, after reducing such Limited Partner’s Capital Account balance by the amount withdrawn during such month (thereby reducing such Limited Partner’s Partnership Percentage for such month and consequently its participation in the Net Capital Appreciation during such month), and (ii) if there is Net Capital Depreciation during the calendar month during which the Intra-Month Withdrawal Date occurs, then, notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein including the definition of “Fiscal Period,” the definition of “Partnership Percentages” or Section 4.1.2.1, the Partnership Percentages of all Partners shall be determined based on the Capital Account balance of all Partners as of the beginning of such calendar month for that entire month (thereby ignoring and not giving effect to the change in Partnership Percentages during such month that would have otherwise been necessitated by clause (iv) of the definition of “Fiscal Period,” and consequently, increasing such Limited Partner’s participation in the Net Capital Depreciation during such month). For illustrative purposes, an example of different scenarios appears in Schedule A.
(d)    The General Partner and Excluded Investors shall have the right to withdraw amounts from their Capital Accounts at any time; provided that the General Partner shall not withdraw any amount that would cause it to breach the requirements set forth in Section 3.1.1. The General Partner shall promptly notify TP Re in writing at least five Business Days prior to making any withdrawal from the Partnership.
(e)    The right of any Limited Partner to withdraw or of any Limited Partner to have distributed an amount from its Capital Account pursuant to the provisions of this Section 3.5 is subject to Section 3.7 and the provision by the General Partner for all Partnership liabilities and reserves established under Section 4.3.
(f)    With respect to any amounts withdrawn, a withdrawing Limited Partner does not share in the income, gains and losses resulting from the Partnership’s activities or have any other rights or obligations as a Limited Partner after the effective date of its withdrawal except as provided in Section 4.3, Section 6.7.2 and Section 13.2.
(g)    In the event that a Limited Partner shall have withdrawn from the Partnership in full pursuant to Section 3.5 (other than in connection with Section 3.5(a)(iv)) or Section 6.9, (i) such Limited Partner shall no longer be considered a Limited Partner from and after the date of such complete withdrawal, and (ii) the provisions of this Agreement shall no longer apply to such Limited Partner (except those provisions which by their terms apply to Limited Partner following their withdrawal).
(h)    In the event that TP Re requests a full withdrawal from the Partnership, (i) at least one Excluded Investor shall maintain a Capital Account balance of at least $1.00 until after such time as TP Re has fully withdrawn from the Partnership, or (ii) if there are no Limited Partners other than TP Re at the time of TP Re’s withdrawal request, then the General Partner shall cause at least one Excluded Investor to be admitted to the Partnership as a Limited Partner and cause such Excluded Investor to maintain a Capital Account balance of at least $1.00 until after such time as TP Re has fully withdrawn from the Partnership.
Section 3.6    Payment of Withdrawal Proceeds.
(a)    Withdrawal proceeds shall generally be paid to the withdrawing Limited Partner in cash by wire transfer or such other permissible method. Withdrawal proceeds in respect of any withdrawal shall be paid within 10 Business Days following the applicable withdrawal date or as soon as practicable thereafter.
(b)    The General Partner shall make all reasonable efforts to make distributions in cash in connection with a Partner’s withdrawal of capital from the Partnership or otherwise. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in the unlikely event that the General Partner determines, in its sole discretion, that it is unable to liquidate a sufficient portion of the Partnership’s portfolio in order to satisfy any distribution to the Partners in full and in cash without materially adversely affecting the Affiliated Funds, then the General Partner may, in its sole discretion, make distributions in kind and choose which Securities or other assets or liabilities of the Partnership to distribute in kind. If the Partnership proposes to make a distribution in kind, unless a Partner consents, and subject to Sections 4.1.2.8 and 4.1.2.9, such distribution will include no more of any particular Security or other asset or liability than the Partner’s share of such Security or asset or liability determined on a pro rata basis based on such Partner’s Partnership Percentage (i.e., as if determined on a “look-through” basis). Subject to Sections 4.1.2.8 and 4.1.2.9, in the event that a Partner consents to receiving a distribution in-kind that is greater than its pro rata share of such Security or asset or liability based on such Partner’s Partnership Percentage, then such non pro rata distribution in-kind will only be made if the Partnership is not materially adversely affected by such distribution in-kind.
(c)    If a distribution is made in kind in connection with a Partner’s withdrawal of capital from the Partnership, then on the withdrawal date, the General Partner shall (i) determine the Fair Value of such in-kind proceeds and adjust the Capital Accounts of all Partners upwards or downwards to reflect the difference between the book value and the Fair Value thereof, as if such gain or loss had been recognized upon an actual sale of such in-kind proceeds on such date and allocated pursuant to Section 4.1.2 and (ii) reduce the Capital Account(s) of the distributee Partner by the Fair Value of such in-kind proceeds distributed (or to be distributed) to such Partner. In kind distributions made pursuant to Section 3.6(b), this Section 3.6(c) or Section 9.1 may be comprised of, among other things, interests in trading vehicles or Special Purpose Vehicles holding the actual investment or participations in the actual investment or participation notes (or similar derivative instruments), which provide a return with respect to certain Securities or other assets or liabilities of the Partnership. The holders of interests in a Special Purpose Vehicle shall bear the expenses of such Special Purpose Vehicle.
Section 3.7    Limitations on Withdrawal.
3.7.1    No Partner may withdraw any amounts from its Capital Account in excess of the positive balance of its Capital Account.
3.7.2    Any of the conditions relating to withdrawals pursuant to the provisions of this Article III or otherwise as set out in this Agreement (including the notice periods and lock-up periods) may, in good faith and in a manner that is not materially prejudicial to the Partnership, be waived or reduced by the General Partner, in its sole discretion, from time to time, subject to such terms and conditions deemed appropriate to the General Partner, with respect to one or more Limited Partners without notice to, or the consent of, the other Limited Partners.
Section 3.8    Withholding Taxes. The General Partner may withhold taxes from any distribution in respect of withdrawal proceeds or with respect to any allocation to any Partner or otherwise with respect to any Partner or Former Partner to the extent required by the Code or any other applicable Law. If the amount of such taxes is greater than such Capital Account balance and/or any such distributable amounts, then such Partner or Former Partner shall pay the amount of such excess to the Partnership. Neither the Partnership nor the General Partner shall be liable for any excess withholding tax withheld (directly or indirectly) in respect of any Partner or Former Partner, and, in the event of over-withholding, a Partner or Former Partner’s sole recourse shall be to apply for a refund from the appropriate taxing authority.
ARTICLE IV    

Capital Accounts and Allocations
Section 4.1    Capital Accounts.
4.1.1    A “Capital Account” shall be established for each Partner as of the first day of each Fiscal Period. For the Fiscal Period during which a Partner is admitted to the Partnership, the Partner’s Capital Account will initially equal the Partner’s initial Capital Contribution. For each Fiscal Period after the Fiscal Period in which a Partner is admitted to the Partnership, the Partner’s Capital Account will initially equal the sum of the amount of the Partner’s Capital Account as finally adjusted for the immediately preceding Fiscal Period in accordance with the provisions of this Article IV of the Agreement, increased by the amount of any additional Capital Contribution made by the Partner as of the first day of the Fiscal Period and reduced by (i) the amount of any withdrawal made by the Partner pursuant to Article III and Section 6.9 of this Agreement and (ii) the Management Fee charged to the Partner’s Capital Account.
In the event that a Partner Transfers its Interest in accordance with the provisions of Section 7.4 of this Agreement, the purchaser, assignee or successor‑in‑interest will acquire the Capital Account (or the portion of the Capital Account attributable to the Interest conveyed) regardless of whether the purchaser, assignee or successor‑in‑interest becomes a Partner.
4.1.2    Allocation of Net Capital Appreciation or Net Capital Depreciation.
4.1.2.1    At the end of each Fiscal Period, the Capital Account of a Partner (including the General Partner) for such Fiscal Period shall be adjusted by crediting (in the case of Net Capital Appreciation) or debiting (in the case of Net Capital Depreciation) the Net Capital Appreciation or Net Capital Depreciation, as the case may be, to the Capital Accounts of all of the Partners (including the General Partner) in proportion to their respective Partnership Percentages.
4.1.2.2    Subject to Section 4.1.2.3 and Section 4.1.2.7, at the end of each Fiscal Year of the Partnership, twenty percent (20%) of the result of (x) the Net Increase, if any, allocated to a Limited Partner’s Capital Account for such Fiscal Year, minus (y) the Management Fee debited from such Capital Account for such Fiscal Year, minus (z) such Partner’s Loss Recovery Account balance for such Fiscal Year, shall be reallocated to the General Partner (the “Incentive Allocation”). The General Partner, in its sole discretion, may elect to reduce, waive or calculate differently the Incentive Allocation, with respect to any Limited Partner.
4.1.2.3    There shall be established on the books of the Partnership for the Capital Account of each Limited Partner a memorandum loss recovery account (a “Loss Recovery Account”), the opening balance of which shall initially be zero or, if applicable, such greater value as provided under Section 4.1.2.5(ii). At each date that an Incentive Allocation with respect to a Capital Account is to be determined, the balance in the Loss Recovery Account attributable to such Capital Account shall be adjusted as follows: FIRST, if, in the aggregate, Net Decrease has been allocated to such Capital Account since the immediately preceding date as of which a calculation of an Incentive Allocation was made (other than an Incentive Allocation made upon a withdrawal prior to the end of the Fiscal Year), (or if no calculation has yet been made with respect to such Capital Account, since it was established), there shall be added to such Loss Recovery Account an amount equal to such Net Decrease; and SECOND, if there is Net Increase (before any Incentive Allocation) with respect to such Capital Account in a Fiscal Year, any Loss Recovery Amount carried over to that year will be reduced (but not below zero) by the amount of such Net Increase. Solely for purposes of this Section 4.1.2.3, in determining the Loss Recovery Account attributable to a Capital Account, Net Increase and Net Decrease for any applicable period generally shall be calculated by taking into account the amount of the Management Fee, if any, deducted from such Capital Account for such period.
4.1.2.4    In the event that a Limited Partner with an unrecovered balance in a Loss Recovery Account withdraws all or a portion of such Capital Account, the unrecovered balance in such Loss Recovery Account and any Net Decrease for the current Fiscal Year (not yet taken into account in computing the Loss Recovery Account) shall be reduced as of the beginning of the next Fiscal Period by an amount equal to the product obtained by multiplying the balance in such Limited Partner’s Loss Recovery Account by a fraction, the numerator of which is the amount of the withdrawal made by such Limited Partner as of the last day of the prior Fiscal Period and the denominator of which is the balance in such Limited Partner’s Capital Account as of the last day of the prior Fiscal Period (prior to the withdrawal made by the Partner as of the last day of the Fiscal Period). Additional Capital Contributions shall not affect any Partner’s Loss Recovery Account.
4.1.2.5    The Capital Contribution by TP Re of all Investable Assets from the Joint Ventures to the Partnership on the Initial Closing Day shall not be considered a withdrawal and contribution with respect to the determination of the Incentive Allocation. Likewise, except as provided in this Section 4.1.2.5, the Loss Recovery Account shall not be adjusted in connection with the contribution of the Investable Assets made on such date. However, with respect to each of TP Re Bermuda and TP Re USA, (i) the determination of Incentive Allocation for the calendar year ending December 31, 2018, shall be calculated based on the aggregate performance of such Limited Partner’s Joint Venture (but disregarding the Collateral Assets held in each Joint Venture) and the applicable performance of each of their respective Capital Accounts during the calendar year ending December 31, 2018 (i.e., January 1 – December 31, 2018), and (ii) if, at the time of such Limited Partner’s Capital Contribution of Investable Assets to the Partnership, the “Loss Recovery Accounts” (as defined under the applicable Amended JV Agreement) associated with the Investable Assets being contributed by such Limited Partner has a positive balance, the balance of the Limited Partner’s Loss Recovery Account shall be credited with such amount at such time.
4.1.2.6    In the event that the Partnership is dissolved on a date other than at the end of a Fiscal Year, then, for purposes of determining the Incentive Allocation, Net Increase and Net Decrease, as the case may be, shall be determined through the termination date as if such date were the end of the Fiscal Year.
4.1.2.7    If a Limited Partner withdraws all or a portion of its Capital Account on a date other than at the end of a Fiscal Year, then Net Increase and Net Decrease, as the case may be, allocable to such Capital Account shall be determined through the withdrawal date as if such date were the end of the Fiscal Year, and an Incentive Allocation with respect to the portion of the Capital Account withdrawn shall be allocated as if such withdrawal date were the end of a Fiscal Year.
4.1.2.8    In the event the General Partner determines that, based upon any tax, regulatory or other considerations as to which the General Partner and any Limited Partner agree, such Partner should not participate (or should be limited in its participation) in the Net Capital Appreciation or Net Capital Depreciation, if any, attributable to trading in any Security, type of Security or any other transaction, the General Partner may allocate such Net Capital Appreciation or Net Capital Depreciation only to the Capital Accounts of Partners to whom such considerations or reasons do not apply (or may allocate to the Capital Account to which such considerations or reasons apply, the portion of such Net Capital Appreciation or Net Capital Depreciation attributable to such Capital Account’s limited participation in such Security, type of Security or other transaction). In addition, if for any of the reasons described above, the General Partner determines that a Partner should have no interest whatsoever in a particular Security, type of Security or transaction, then, subject to such Partner’s consent (which shall not be required for a Security, type of Security or transaction that could generate income that is effectively connected with the conduct of a trade or business in the United States (including U.S. real estate assets) and can be specially allocated pursuant to Section 6.1.2(b)), the interests in such Security, type of Security or transaction may be set forth in a separate memorandum account in which only the Partners having an interest in such Security, type of Security or transaction (any such Partner, for such Security, type of Security or transaction, being referred to as an “Unrestricted Partner”) shall have an interest and the Net Capital Appreciation and Net Capital Depreciation for each such memorandum account shall be separately calculated.
4.1.2.9    At the end of each Fiscal Period during which a memorandum account created pursuant to Section 4.1.2.8 (a “Memorandum Account”) was in existence (or during which an interest in particular Securities was otherwise allocated away from one or more Limited Partners), the Capital Account of each Unrestricted Partner may be debited pro rata in accordance with the Capital Accounts of all Unrestricted Partners at the opening of such Fiscal Period in an amount equal to the interest that would have accrued on the amount used to purchase the Securities attributable to the Memorandum Account (the “Purchase Price”) had the Purchase Price earned interest at the rate per annum being paid by the Partnership from time to time during the applicable Fiscal Period for borrowed funds, or, if funds have not been borrowed by the Partnership during such Fiscal Period, at the interest rate per annum that the General Partner determines would have been paid if funds had been borrowed by the Partnership during such Fiscal Period. The amount so debited shall then be credited to the Capital Accounts of all of the Partners in accordance with their Partnership Percentages.
4.1.2.10    The General Partner may elect to have the Incentive Allocation reallocated to it (or to any of its Affiliates) at the level of any Special Purpose Vehicle through which the investment program of the Partnership is being effectuated without receiving consent from existing Limited Partners, for so long as such election does not result in any material adverse consequences to the Limited Partners.
4.1.3    Amendment of Incentive Allocation. The General Partner shall have the right to amend, without the consent of the Limited Partners, Section 4.1.2 so that the Incentive Allocation therein provided conforms to any applicable requirements of the SEC and other regulatory authorities or to address any change in Law that affects the tax treatment of the Incentive Allocation or any income allocated to the General Partner, its Affiliates or any Person providing management and/or administrative services to the Partnership; provided, however, that no such amendment shall increase the Incentive Allocation that otherwise would be made with respect to a Capital Account or result in any material adverse consequences to the Limited Partners. The Partnership shall not bear any expenses related to effecting any changes to the provisions relating to the Incentive Allocation as provided in this Section 4.1.3.
4.1.4    Allocations for Tax Purposes.
4.1.4.1    For each fiscal year, items of income, deduction, gain, loss or credit shall be allocated for U.S. federal income tax purposes among the Partners in such manner as the General Partner, in its discretion, determines reasonably reflects amounts credited or debited to each Partner’s Capital Account for the current and prior fiscal years (or relevant portions thereof).
4.1.4.2    Notwithstanding the foregoing, the General Partner shall be entitled, in its sole discretion, to specially allocate items of income and gain (or loss and deduction) to Partners who withdraw all or a portion of their Capital Account during any Fiscal Year in a manner designed to ensure that each withdrawing Partner is allocated income or gain (or loss or deduction) in an amount equal to the difference between that Partner’s Capital Account balance (or portion thereof being withdrawn) at the time of the withdrawal and the tax basis for its interest in the Partnership at that time (or proportionate amount thereof), determined, in all cases, (x) with regard to deemed distributions and contributions under Section 752 of the Code and (y) without regard to any adjustments that have been made to the tax basis of the withdrawing Partner’s interest in the Partnership as a result of any withdrawals or assignment of its interest in the Partnership prior to the withdrawal (other than the original issue of the interest in the Partnership), including by reason of death.
4.1.4.3    The provisions of this Section 4.1.4 are intended to comply with Treasury Regulation Section 1.704-1(b) and shall be interpreted and applied in a manner consistent with such Treasury Regulation. In furtherance of the foregoing, the provisions of Section 704 and the Treasury Regulations thereunder addressing qualified income offset, minimum gain chargeback requirements and allocations of deductions attributable to nonrecourse debt and partner nonrecourse debt (as defined in Treasury Regulation Section 1.704-2(b)(4)), are hereby incorporated by reference.
4.1.5    Certain Actions. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, (i) each Partner shall, and shall cause each of its Affiliates and transferees to, take any action requested by the General Partner, and the General Partner may take any reasonable action, to ensure that the fair market value of any Interest that is transferred in connection with the performance of services is treated for U.S. federal income tax purposes as being equal to the “liquidation value” (within the meaning of Proposed Treasury Regulation Section 1.83‑3(l)) of that Interest (and that each such Interest is afforded pass‑through treatment for all applicable U.S. federal, state or local income tax purposes) and (ii) without limiting the generality of the foregoing, to the extent required in order to attain or ensure such treatment under any applicable Law, Treasury Regulation, IRS Revenue Procedure, IRS Revenue Ruling, IRS Notice or other guidance governing partnership interests transferred in connection with the performance of services, such action may include authorizing and directing the Partnership or the General Partner to make any election, agreeing to any condition imposed on such Partner, its Affiliates or its transferees, executing any amendment to this Agreement or other agreements, executing any new agreement, making any tax election or tax filing, and agreeing not to take any contrary position.
4.1.6    Tax Treatment.
(a)    Except with regard to the Tax Treatment, each Partner agrees not to treat, on any income tax return or in any claim for a refund, any item of income, gain, loss, deduction or credit in a manner inconsistent with the treatment of such item pursuant to the terms of this Agreement unless otherwise required by a Final Determination after such Partner uses its commercially reasonable efforts to uphold the treatment of the item in a manner consistent with the terms of this Agreement.  The Partners shall (i) treat the Partnership as a partnership for U.S. federal income tax purposes, (ii) treat the transactions completed by this Agreement as an “assets-over” partnership merger of the USA Joint Venture into the Bermuda Joint Venture under Treasury Regulation Section 1.708-1(c)(3)(i) in which the Bermuda Joint Venture is treated as the “continuing partnership” and the USA Joint Venture is treated as liquidating and distributing its interest in the Bermuda Joint Venture to its partners in liquidation, (iii) treat the Partnership as a continuation of the Bermuda Joint Venture, and (iv) treat the Incentive Allocation as a partnership profits interest for U.S. tax purposes as contemplated by this Agreement (clauses (i) through (iv), the “Tax Treatment”).
(b)    Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Partners shall not take any position inconsistent with the Tax Treatment.  If a claim, action or proceeding (a “Tax Proceeding”) is brought by the Internal Revenue Service or other taxing authority against a Partner or the Partnership (or either of the Joint Ventures) challenging the Tax Treatment, such Partner shall provide prompt written notice to the General Partner of such Tax Proceeding and the General Partner shall be entitled to assume the defense of, and control all matters with regard to, such Tax Proceeding as it relates to the Tax Treatment.  The General Partner shall use reasonable efforts to keep such Partner apprised of the status of such Tax Proceeding.  No Partner may settle a Tax Proceeding inconsistent with the Tax Treatment contemplated by this Agreement unless the General Partner fails to assume or maintain the defense of the Tax Proceeding as contemplated by this Section 4.1.6(b), or the General Partner provides express prior written consent.  In the event the General Partner exercises its right to assume control of the defense, the Partner that is the subject of such Tax Proceeding shall reasonably cooperate with the General Partner in such defense and make available to the General Partner witnesses, pertinent records, materials and information in its possession or under its control relating thereto as are reasonably requested by the General Partner.
Section 4.2    Valuation.
4.2.1    The Partnership’s assets and liabilities shall be valued as of the close of business on the last day of each month, in each case in accordance with the Investment Manager’s valuation policy and procedures, as may be amended from time to time (the “Valuation Policy”). The General Partner shall cause the Investment Manager to provide a copy of its Valuation Policy to any Limited Partner upon request by such Limited Partner and to notify the Limited Partners of any changes to the Valuation Policy.
4.2.2    All values assigned to Securities, other assets and liabilities in accordance with the procedures set forth in the Valuation Policy shall be final.
Section 4.3    Liabilities; Reserves. The Partnership’s liabilities shall be determined in accordance with GAAP, and shall include the establishment of such reserves for estimated accrued expenses and contingencies as the General Partner may deem advisable; provided, however, that the General Partner may provide reserves and holdbacks for estimated accrued expenses, liabilities or contingencies, including general reserves and holdbacks for unspecified contingencies (even if such reserves or holdbacks are not required by GAAP). All such reserves or holdbacks could reduce the amount of distribution on withdrawal. Such reserves or holdbacks may be invested or maintained in a manner deemed appropriate by the General Partner. Any holdback shall be applied equally and equitably to all Capital Accounts that are subject to the expenses, liabilities and contingencies for which such holdback was established. Upon the determination of the General Partner that such holdback is no longer needed, the remainder (if any) of the holdback, and the estimated interest that the Partnership earned thereon or is attributed thereto (in each case, if any) shall be distributed or credited, as applicable, to the Capital Accounts for which such holdback was established. Limited Partners shall be provided upon request the nature and amount of any holdback that is not otherwise required by GAAP.
Section 4.4    Determination by General Partner of Certain Matters. All matters concerning the valuation of Securities, the allocation of profits, gains and losses among the Partners, the taxes on profits, gains and losses, and accounting procedures, not specifically and expressly provided for by the terms of this Agreement, shall be determined in good faith by the General Partner, whose determination shall be final, binding and conclusive on all of the Partners. The General Partner shall have the power to make all tax elections and determinations for the Partnership, and to take any and all action necessary under the Code or other applicable Law to effect those elections and determinations. All such elections and determinations by the General Partner shall be final, binding and conclusive upon all Partners.
ARTICLE V    

Records, Accounting and Reports, Partnership Funds
Section 5.1    Records and Accounting.
5.1.1    Proper and complete records and books of account of the Partnership’s business shall be maintained at the Partnership’s principal place of business or at such other place as may be determined by the General Partner. Unless determined otherwise by the General Partner, in its sole discretion, books and records of the Partnership shall be kept pursuant to the accrual method of accounting, which will be the method of accounting followed by the Partnership for U.S. federal income tax purposes.
5.1.2    Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, no Limited Partner shall have any right to inspect the register of limited partners or to obtain any information contained in the books and records of the Partnership (whether kept by the General Partner, the Investment Manager, the Administrator or any other Person), including, without limiting the generality of any of the foregoing, any Confidential Material and any information relating to any other Limited Partner or the Partnership’s trading activity. Notwithstanding the foregoing, (i) each Limited Partner shall have the right to inspect the register of limited partners and the books and records of the Partnership during customary business hours at the principal place of business of the Partnership or such other location where such books and records are maintained pursuant to Section 5.1.1 solely for purposes of confirming such Limited Partner’s status as a Limited Partner or investment in the Partnership, and (ii) the General Partner shall afford to TP Re’s auditors reasonable access during customary business hours to the foregoing information maintained in the books and records of the Partnership so long as (x) such information pertains to such Limited Partner’s investment in the Partnership and (y) TP Re’s auditors are subject to the confidentiality obligations set forth in Section 12.1.
5.1.3    The General Partner shall retain (or arrange for the retention), for a period of at least seven years, copies of any documents generated or received by the General Partner in the ordinary course of business pertaining to the assets of the Partnership or to the compensation payable to the General Partner and the Investment Manager, which shall include, at the very least, documents required to be kept in accordance with applicable Law.
Section 5.2    Independent Audit. The records and books of account of the Partnership shall be audited as of the end of each Fiscal Year by independent certified public accountants selected by the General Partner in its discretion. The General Partner shall promptly notify the Limited Partners of any resignation of, or replacement of, the Partnership’s independent certified public accountants.
Section 5.3    Tax Information. Within ninety (90) days after the end of each Taxable Year (or as soon thereafter as is reasonably practicable), the General Partner shall cause to be delivered to each Person who was a Partner at any time during that Taxable Year all information necessary, at the sole discretion of the General Partner, for the preparation of the Partner’s U.S. federal income tax returns, including a Form 1065/Schedule K‑1 statement showing the Partner’s share of Net Increase or Net Decrease, deductions and credits for the year for U.S. federal income tax purposes, and the amount of any distributions made to or for the account of the Partner pursuant to this Agreement.
Section 5.4    Annual Reports to Current Partners. The Partnership shall furnish to each Limited Partner, with respect to each Fiscal Year an annual consolidated audited financial statement of the Partnership as of the end of, and for, such Fiscal Year prepared in accordance with GAAP and audited by the independent certified public accountants selected by the General Partner in accordance with Section 5.2.  The Partnership shall provide a draft of such statement by February 15 of the immediately following Fiscal Year and the final audited statement by February 25 of such immediately following Fiscal Year.
Section 5.5    Investment Committee Meeting. At the commercially reasonable request of TP Re, and subject to reasonable prior notice, the General Partner shall cause the Investment Manager to make one of its representatives available to meet with the Investment Committee (in person or telephonically) to report on the Partnership’s activities and discuss the Investment Manager’s investment outlook.
Section 5.6    Reporting. The General Partner will provide the information set forth on Exhibit B with the frequency stated therein.
Section 5.7    Tax Returns. The General Partner shall cause tax returns for the Partnership to be prepared and timely filed (taking into account extensions) with the appropriate authorities, and will determine which items of cash outlay are to be capitalized or treated as current expenses.
ARTICLE VI    

Rights and Duties of the General Partner
Section 6.1    Management Power.
6.1.1    The General Partner shall have exclusive management and control of the business of the Partnership. Except as expressly provided in this Agreement, the authority of the General Partner to manage and control the day-to-day business of the Partnership shall be exercised by the Managing Member, and all decisions regarding the day‑to‑day management and affairs of the Partnership shall be made by the Managing Member on behalf of the General Partner (whether or not this Agreement specifies that the General Partner or the Managing Member is authorized to make such decision). The General Partner shall, except as provided in this Agreement, have the rights and power to manage and administer the affairs of the Partnership and conduct the business of the Partnership. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this Agreement, the General Partner is granted the right, power and authority to undertake on behalf of the Partnership all actions that, in its sole judgment, are necessary, suitable, proper or desirable to carry out its duties and responsibilities, including the right, power and authority from time to time to take the following actions at the expense of, in the name of, and, on behalf of, the Partnership:
(a)    To acquire, trade, hold, encumber, sell, lease, exchange, purchase, transfer, invest, mortgage, pledge, charge, dispose of and otherwise deal with, on margin or otherwise, Securities (including to acquire “long” positions or “short” positions and to make purchases or sales increasing, decreasing or liquidating the position or changing from a “long” position to a “short” position or from a “short” position to a “long” position, without any limitation as to the frequency of the fluctuation in such positions or as to the frequency of the changes in the nature of the positions), commodities and commodities contracts, including futures contracts, forwards, options and swaps thereon, and other assets of the Partnership, and to exercise all rights, powers, privileges and other incidents of ownership or possession with regard to Securities, including voting rights, at prices and upon terms deemed to be in the best interests of the Partnership, and to engage in any other activities and transactions that may be necessary, suitable or proper for the accomplishment of or in furtherance of, any of the foregoing objects and purposes and to do any and all other acts and things incidental or appurtenant to or arising from or connected with any of such objects and purposes;
(b)    To organize one or more corporations or other entities to invest, in Securities or participations in Securities, or to hold record title of, or as nominee for the Partnership of, Securities or funds of the Partnership (each such entity, a “Special Purpose Vehicle”);
(c)    To incur all expenditures permitted by this Agreement;
(d)    To engage any and all agents, managers, consultants, advisors, including the Investment Manager, independent contractors, attorneys, the Administrator, accountants and other Persons necessary or appropriate to carry out the business of the Partnership, and to pay fees, expenses and other compensation to such Persons, and provide for the exculpation and/or indemnification of such Persons by the Partnership, including such Persons or firms that may be Limited Partners or Affiliates of the General Partner or its principals or employees;
(e)    To admit new Limited Partners to the Partnership, pursuant to and subject to the terms of Article III of this Agreement;
(f)    To enter into Other Agreements with Limited Partners containing such terms and conditions as determined by the General Partner;
(g)    To assist the Partnership with investor relations services, including communications from the Partnership to the Limited Partners and prospective investors;
(h)    To the extent that funds of the Partnership are, in the General Partner’s judgment, not required for the conduct of the Partnership’s business, to invest the excess funds;
(i)    To pay, extend, renew, modify, adjust, submit to arbitration, prosecute, defend or compromise, upon terms that the General Partner may in its sole discretion determine and upon evidence that it deems sufficient, any obligation, suit, liability, cause of action or claim, including taxes, either in favor of or against the Partnership;
(j)    To make, execute, and deliver any and all documents of transfer and conveyance and any and all other instruments and agreements that may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the powers granted in this Agreement;
(k)    To open, maintain, conduct and close accounts, including margin and custodial accounts, with brokers and bank accounts, and to draw checks or other orders for the payment of money by the Partnership;
(l)    If the General Partner deems registration, qualification or exemption necessary or desirable, to cause the Partnership to comply with all applicable provisions of Law, including the registration or qualification of the Partnership under the Laws of any applicable jurisdiction or the obtainment of exemptions under such Laws;
(m)    To engage in hedging and/or interest exchange agreement transactions on behalf of or for the direct or indirect benefit of the Partnership through the purchase and sale of: contracts for future delivery of bank certificates of deposit; securities issued or guaranteed by the United States Government and its agencies and instrumentalities, such as United States treasury bonds, notes, and bills, and mortgage‑backed securities issued by the Government National Mortgage Association; other interest‑bearing negotiable instruments; and other financial futures contracts, financial options contracts and other Securities whether in existence now or in the future;
(n)    To lend, either with or without security, any Securities, funds or other properties of the Partnership, to borrow or raise funds, without limit as to the amount or manner and time of repayment, and to issue, accept, endorse and execute promissory notes, drafts, bills of exchange, warrants, bonds, debentures or other negotiable or non-negotiable instruments and evidences of indebtedness, to secure the payment of such or other obligations of the Partnership by mortgage upon, or pledge, or charge, hypothecation or guarantee of, all or any part of the property of the Partnership, whether owned or acquired thereafter and to execute and record financing statements in connection with perfecting any such security interests of the Partnership, as applicable;
(o)    To acquire, enter into, and pay for any contract of insurance that the General Partner in its sole discretion deems necessary and proper for the protection of the Partnership, for the conservation of the assets of the Partnership, or for any purposes beneficial to the Partnership;
(p)    To enter into, make, perform, execute, amend, supplement, acknowledge and deliver any and all contracts, agreements, licenses, undertakings or other instruments and to engage in any kind of activity necessary, proper or desirable to carry out the purposes of the Partnership;
(q)    To assist the Partnership with any legal, compliance, tax or regulatory filings;
(r)    To make any securities filings on behalf of the Partnership or TP Re relating to any of the investment activities of the Partnership;
(s)    To direct or permit the Investment Manager to enter into direct or indirect sub-advisory arrangements or otherwise delegate the investment management authority over the Partnership to any other Person; provided, however, that management, control and conduct of the activities of the Partnership shall remain the responsibility of the General Partner; provided further, that in the case of any delegate that is an Affiliate of the Investment Manager, the Partnership shall not bear any additional fees or performance-based compensation in connection with such arrangement or be subject to any expenses not consistent with this Agreement; provided further, that the General Partner may not direct or permit the Investment Manager to engage any delegate who is not an Affiliate of the Investment Manager, unless (i) the Investment Manager effectuates such delegation on the same terms and conditions as the Affiliated Funds, (ii) any such delegation is subject to the same limitations and restrictions set forth in this Agreement (including the Guidelines) and the same standard of care as if performed directly by the Investment Manager or General Partner, (iii) the Investment Manager conducted appropriate due diligence on the delegate (including with respect to such delegate’s investment professionals, operations, regulatory compliance and prior performance), (iv) the Investment Manager retains the authority and responsibility to monitor and review the performance of the delegate and to terminate any arrangement with the delegate, and (v) the Investment Manager has sought “most favored nations” treatment of any investment by the Partnership with such delegate;
(t)    To make all tax elections and determinations for the Partnership, and to take any and all action necessary under the Code or other applicable Law to effect those elections and determinations;
(u)    To be or to designate a Partnership Representative for all purposes under the Code;
(v)    To combine purchase or sale orders on behalf of the Partnership with orders for Affiliated Funds, and allocate the securities or other assets so purchased or sold, on an average price basis, among the Partnership and such Affiliated Funds;
(w)    To enter into arrangements with brokers to open “average price” accounts wherein orders placed during a trading day are placed on behalf of the Partnership and Affiliated Funds and are allocated among such accounts using an average price;
(x)    To provide research and analysis and direct the formulation of investment policies and strategies for the Partnership;
(y)    To invest in other pooled investment vehicles, which investments shall be subject in each case to the terms and conditions of the respective governing document for such vehicle;
(z)    Subject to applicable Law, to purchase Securities and other property from and sell Securities and other property to Affiliated Funds; and
(aa)    To delegate any or all authorities of the General Partner hereunder, and in furtherance of any such delegation to appoint, employ, or contract with the Investment Manager for its services in connection with the management and operation of the Partnership in accordance with the terms of the Investment Management Agreement.
6.1.2    
(a)    Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, except as provided in clause (b) of this Section 6.1.2, the General Partner shall use commercially reasonable efforts to avoid engaging in any activity or taking any action that would cause TP Re Bermuda to be treated as engaged in a U.S. trade or business for U.S. federal income tax purposes, including investing in any asset that (i) does not qualify for the trading safe harbor provided in Section 864(b)(2) of the Code and the Treasury Regulations, or (ii) would be considered a United States real property interest for purposes of Section 897 of the Code. The foregoing shall not prohibit the investment, directly or indirectly, by the Partnership in an entity treated as a corporation for U.S. federal income tax purposes that in turn invests in assets described in the foregoing clauses (i) and (ii).
(b)    Notwithstanding the foregoing clause (a), the General Partner shall be permitted to invest in assets that could generate income that is effectively connected with the conduct of a trade or business in the United States (including U.S. real estate assets) so long as those assets are allocated only to the General Partner, Excluded Investors and TP Re USA pursuant to Section 4.1.2.8. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this 6.1.2, the General Partner shall not be deemed to have violated this Section 6.1.2 with respect to TP Re Bermuda either (x) with respect to the operation of the special allocations permitted by this Section 6.1.2(b) or (y) with respect to the operation of Section 8.4.
6.1.3    Except as otherwise set forth herein, during the term of the Partnership, subject to Section 3.5(b) and Section 6.1.4, none of TP Re or any of its Affiliates shall engage, directly or indirectly, a Person other than the Investment Manager or, with the prior written consent of the Investment Manager, an Affiliate of the Investment Manager, to act as its investment advisor or in a similar capacity. In furtherance of the foregoing and subject to Section 3.5(a), during the term of the Partnership, TP Re (and any of its Affiliates) will, upon at least three Business Days’ prior written notice to the General Partner and subject to (a) the General Partner’s acceptance and (b) the General Partner satisfying the requirements set forth in Section 3.1.1, make such additional Capital Contributions to the Partnership on the first Business Day of a calendar month as may be required so that, after accounting for such contributions, TP Re (or any of its Affiliates, as applicable) will have the maximum percentage, as may be prudent under the circumstances (as determined by the Board) but in no event less than ninety five (95) percent of its Investable Assets contributed to the Partnership. If the General Partner does not accept a Capital Contribution pursuant to the foregoing sentence, the General Partner shall have sixty days following such date to accept such Capital Contribution, provided that the General Partner must satisfy the requirements set forth in Section 3.1.1 in connection with such acceptance. If the General Partner fails to accept any such required Capital Contribution during such sixty-day period, then TP Re shall be relieved of its obligation to make the Capital Contribution required hereunder and shall have the right to place any of the assets comprising such required Capital Contribution with any investment advisor other than the Investment Manager or its Affiliates, as may be determined by TP Re in its sole discretion; provided, that prior to placing any such assets with any such investment advisor, TP Re and the General Partner hereby agree to work together in good faith to discuss alternative arrangements so that TP Re would continue to have its assets managed by the Investment Manager or its Affiliates. In addition, without affecting the generality of Section 3.1, TP Re (and any of its Affiliates) may, upon at least three Business Days’ prior written notice to the General Partner and subject to (a) the General Partner’s acceptance and (b) the General Partner satisfying the requirements set forth in Section 3.1.1, elect to make additional Capital Contributions to the Partnership on the first Business Day of a calendar month with the purpose of causing TP Re (or any of its Affiliates, as applicable) to have the maximum investment exposure as may be prudent under the circumstances (as determined by the Board).
6.1.4    Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, if TP Re or Holdco consolidates, amalgamates or merges with or into any Person or any corporation consolidates, amalgamates or merges with or into TP Re or Holdco, TP Re may engage, directly or indirectly, a Person other than the Investment Manager to act as its investment advisor or in a similar capacity with respect to any additional capital that is raised in connection with such consolidation, amalgamation or merger; provided that the Investment Manager shall continue to manage (in the Partnership or in any arrangement substantially similar to the terms of TP Re’s investment in the Partnership) at least the same amount of investable assets of the surviving entity as the Investment Manager would have managed if TP Re or Holdco had not entered into such consolidation, amalgamation or merger. The amount of investable assets that the Investment Manager would have managed if TP Re or Holdco had not entered into such consolidation, amalgamation or merger is (a) the amount of investable assets in the Partnership attributable to TP Re at the time of such consolidation, amalgamation or merger plus (b) the investable net operating cash flow (excluding investment results) that TP Re or Holdco would have generated as of the applicable time over the remaining period of time until TP Re would be permitted to withdraw from the Partnership pursuant to Section 3.5(a)(xi) as reflected in TP Re’s or Holdco’s most recent five-year financial projections approved by the Board immediately prior to the initial consideration of such consolidation, amalgamation or merger. For the avoidance of doubt, this Section 6.1.4 shall not be used to reduce the amount of assets managed by the Investment Manager; any such reduction in assets managed by the Investment Manager shall only be pursuant to Section 3.5 or termination of the Partnership as set forth in Section 2.6.
6.1.5    TP Re acknowledges and agrees that: (i) to the extent Holdco or any of its direct or indirect subsidiaries establishes subsidiaries other than TP Re that hold or may hold investable assets, Holdco will cause any such relevant subsidiary to become a Limited Partner hereunder or to enter a separate agreement with the Investment Manager or the General Partner on substantially similar terms as this Agreement and to become, among other things, subject to the requirements of Section 6.1.3 or similar terms pursuant to such separate agreement and (ii) to the extent Holdco directly or indirectly holds investable assets (other than in nominal amounts required to fund its operating expenses), Holdco will become a Limited Partner hereunder and shall, among other things, be subject to the requirements of Section 6.1.3.
6.1.6    Notwithstanding any provision of this Agreement to the contrary, the General Partner hereby agrees to cause the Investment Manager to follow the investment guidelines attached hereto as Exhibit A (the “Guidelines”). The Investment Manager shall not effect any investment transaction for the Partnership that is inconsistent with the Guidelines; provided that, upon written request of the Investment Manager, the senior management of TP Re may, in exigent circumstances, permit any variation from the Guidelines. The General Partner shall use commercially reasonable efforts to notify TP Re when it has actual knowledge of a violation or a reasonable likelihood of a violation of the Guidelines; provided that notification shall not be required in connection with potential violations of the Guidelines based on anticipated performance of Securities.
6.1.7    TP Re, as a Class 4 reinsurer, is regulated by the Bermuda Monetary Authority. The parties hereto hereby agree to work together in good faith to agree on any amendments to this Agreement (including any Exhibits hereto) that are necessary to comply with Bermuda insurance regulatory provisions applicable to TP Re resulting from changes of the Bermuda insurance regulatory rules or administrative or court interpretations thereof after the date hereof. The parties acknowledge that a failure to agree on such amendments to this Agreement that are necessary to comply with Bermuda insurance regulatory provisions may result in a withdrawal pursuant to Section 3.5(a)(iv).
6.1.8    The General Partner shall promptly notify the Partners if it becomes aware of the occurrence of a Cause Event.
6.1.9    The General Partner shall promptly notify TP Re if it becomes aware of any threatened or actual litigation where Holdco or any of its subsidiaries are named or are reasonably expected to be named as a party. Neither the General Partner nor the Investment Manager may settle any such litigation which involves more than a de minimis amount without the prior written consent of TP Re, such consent not to be unreasonably withheld, delayed or conditioned.
Section 6.2    Resignation or Withdrawal by the General Partner. Subject to Section 3.1.1, the General Partner may voluntarily resign or withdraw from the Partnership upon written notice sent to all Partners.
Section 6.3    Right of Public to Rely on Authority of General Partner. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall impose any obligation on any Person or firm doing business with the Partnership to inquire whether the General Partner has exceeded its authority in executing any contract, lease, mortgage, deed or other instrument on behalf of the Partnership, and any such third person shall be fully protected in relying upon that authority.
Section 6.4    Time and Attention of the General Partner. The General Partner shall devote to the Partnership, and apply to the accomplishment of Partnership purposes, an amount of time and attention that the General Partner in its sole discretion deems necessary or appropriate.
Section 6.5    Exculpation and Indemnification of the General Partner.
6.5.1    Neither the General Partner nor any Affiliate or any members, associates, directors, officers, employees or agents of the General Partner or any Affiliate shall be liable to the Partnership or to the Limited Partners for any act or omission based upon honest errors of judgment, negligence or other fault in connection with the business or affairs of the Partnership, so long as the action or failure to act does not constitute Disabling Conduct.
6.5.2    The Partnership agrees to indemnify the General Partner, the Investment Manager, the Tax Matters Partner and the Partnership Representative (in each case, acting in their capacity as such) and their respective members, Affiliates, associates, directors, officers, employees or agents (each, an “Indemnified Party” and collectively, the “Indemnified Parties”) to the fullest extent permitted by Law and to hold them harmless from and with respect to all (a) fees, costs and expenses (including attorneys’ fees and disbursements) incurred in connection with or resulting from any claim, action or demand against the Indemnified Parties that arise out of or in any way relate to the Partnership, its properties, business or affairs and (b) any losses or damages resulting from any such claim, action or demand, including amounts paid in settlement or compromise of the claim, action or demand, except that this indemnification shall not apply to any such fees, costs, expenses, losses or damages (“Losses”) arising out of an Indemnified Party’s Disabling Conduct. Further, the Partnership’s obligations under this Section 6.5.2 shall not apply (x) with respect to Losses arising out of any unsuccessful claim, action or demand (excluding counterclaims) by any Indemnified Party against any Limited Partner, or (y) with respect to Losses arising out of any claim, action or demand arising out of or related to disputes among the Indemnified Parties. The Partnership shall advance to any Indemnified Party costs and expenses (including attorneys’ fees and disbursements) that are deemed reasonable by the General Partner, and that are incurred in connection with any action or proceeding subject to indemnification hereunder, prior to the final disposition of such action or proceeding upon receipt of an undertaking by or on behalf of such Indemnified Party to repay such amount if it is ultimately determined that such Indemnified Party is not entitled to be indemnified by the Partnership. U.S. federal securities laws, under certain circumstances, impose liability even on persons that act in good faith, and the Partnership and the Limited Partners are not waiving any rights they may have to the extent that such liability may not be waived, modified or eliminated under applicable Law but shall be construed so as to effectuate the provisions of this Section 6.5.2 to the fullest extent permitted by Law.
6.5.3    For purposes of this Section 6.5, acts or failures to act undertaken upon the advice of counsel shall be deemed to be actions in good faith, within the scope of authority and in the best interests of the Partnership.
6.5.4    The provisions of this Section 6.5 shall survive the termination of this Agreement, the termination of the Investment Management Agreement and/or the resignation of the General Partner of the Partnership.
Section 6.6    Other Business Ventures. Each Partner agrees that the General Partner, its Affiliates and their respective members, associates, directors, officers or employees may engage in other business activities or possess interests in other business activities of every kind and description, independently or with others. These activities may include investing in, financing, acquiring and disposing of securities in which the Partnership may from time to time invest, or in which the Partnership is able to invest or otherwise have any interest. The Limited Partners agree that the General Partner and the Investment Manager may act as a general partner of other partnerships, including investment partnerships or as managing member of limited liability companies. The Limited Partners further agree that the General Partner or the Investment Manager may organize and manage one or more domestic or offshore entities or accounts that may parallel the investment activities of the Partnership and that the General Partner or the Investment Manager, as the case may be, will allocate investment opportunities among such entities or accounts, other Affiliated Funds, and the Partnership as it deems to be fair and equitable in its sole discretion.
Section 6.7    Certain Tax Matters.
6.7.1    The Tax Matters Partner and the Partnership Representative, in such capacity, are authorized and empowered to act and represent the Partnership and each of the Partners before the Internal Revenue Service and any other taxing authority in any audit or examination of any Partnership tax return and before any court selected by the General Partner for judicial review of any adjustments assessed by the Internal Revenue Service and any other taxing authority. By the execution of this Agreement, the Partners agree to be bound by, and agree not to take any action inconsistent with, the actions or inaction of the Tax Matters Partner or the Partnership Representative, as applicable, including tax return positions, the extension of the statute of limitations or any contest, settlement or other action or position that the Tax Matters Partner or the Partnership Representative, as applicable, deems proper under the circumstances. Each Partner agrees to notify the Tax Matters Partner or the Partnership Representative, as applicable, of any such action to be taken by the Partner, in violation of this Agreement or otherwise, at least ten (10) days prior to the date the Partner takes the action. The Partnership Representative or the Tax Matters Partner, as applicable, shall notify each Partner in writing of all administrative and judicial proceedings for the adjustment of Partnership items and shall make periodic reports to the Partners setting forth information it deems appropriate at its sole discretion to keep the Partners informed of the status of such proceedings. The Partnership Representative and the Tax Matters Partner, as applicable, shall have the authority to take all actions necessary or desirable at its discretion to accomplish the matters set forth in this Section 6.7. The foregoing rules shall apply mutatis mutandis to any substantially comparable state, local or non-U.S. tax Laws.
6.7.2    If the Partnership is subject to any Entity Taxes, the General Partner shall allocate among the Partners (or Former Partners) any tax liability imposed under the BBA Rules by deducting amounts from Capital Accounts or reducing amounts otherwise distributable to Partners or payable to Partners upon withdrawal, taking into account any modifications attributable to a Partner pursuant to Section 6225(c) of the BBA Rules (if applicable) and any similar state and local authority. Any tax liabilities so allocated shall be subject to the provisions of Section 3.8. To the extent that a portion of the tax liabilities imposed under the BBA Rules for a prior year relates to a Former Partner, the General Partner may require such Former Partner to reimburse and/or indemnify the Partnership for its allocable portion of such tax. Each Limited Partner acknowledges that, notwithstanding the Transfer or withdrawal of all or any portion of its Interest in the Partnership, pursuant to this Section 6.7.2, it shall remain liable for tax liabilities with respect to its allocable share of income and gain of the Partnership for the Partnership’s Taxable Years (or portions thereof) prior to such Transfer or withdrawal, as applicable, under the BBA Rules, or any similar state or local provisions. The Partners acknowledge and agree that the General Partner and Partnership Representative shall be permitted to take any actions to avoid Entity Taxes being imposed on the Partnership or any of its subsidiaries under the BBA Rules. Each Limited Partner agrees that, notwithstanding the Transfer or withdrawal of all or any portion of its Interest in the Partnership, if requested by the General Partner, it shall provide the appropriate Internal Revenue Service Form W-8 or W-9 or any other certificate or documentation which the General Partner reasonably determines is necessary to reduce Entity Taxes.
Section 6.8    Addition of General Partners. The General Partner may, if it deems it in the best interest of the Partnership, admit one or more additional General Partners (which may also be Limited Partners) with the prior written consent of TP Re. Such additional General Partner or Partners shall become General Partner(s) upon the last to occur of the following: (a) their making their respective Capital Contributions, if required, (b) the execution by the additional general partner of this Agreement in its capacity as a General Partner, and (c) the filing of an amendment to the Partnership’s Statement in accordance with the Partnership Law, if required. Such Person or entity shall thereupon be included in the definition of Partners or General Partner, as the case may be, and be deemed to be parties to this Agreement, for all purposes of this Agreement.
Section 6.9    Key Person. The General Partner will promptly notify all Limited Partners upon the occurrence of any Key Person Event. At the sole discretion of a majority of the Disinterested Board Members, TP Re may withdraw all or any portion of its Capital Account upon not less than four (4) months’ prior written notice; provided that TP Re shall have, prior to providing such withdrawal notice, granted the Investment Manager a reasonable opportunity to make a presentation to the Board regarding its capabilities to continue to manage the Partnership. Any such withdrawals will be paid in accordance with Section 3.6.
Section 6.10    Principal Transactions and Other Related Party Transactions. The UCC will be entitled to review and/or approve or disapprove (as applicable), on behalf of the Partnership, “principal transactions” within the meaning of Section 206(3) of the Advisers Act and/or any other matters involving conflicts of interest deemed appropriate by the General Partner, or as otherwise required by this Agreement.
ARTICLE VII    

Rights and Obligations of Limited Partners
Section 7.1    No Participation in Management. No Limited Partner, in its capacity as such, shall participate in the control or business of the Partnership, transact any business in the Partnership’s name or have the power to sign documents for or bind the Partnership in any other way.
Section 7.2    Liability of Partners.
(a)    Except as otherwise expressly provided in the Partnership Law, the debts, obligations and liabilities of the Partnership, whether arising in contract, tort or otherwise, shall be solely the debts, obligations and liabilities of the Partnership, and a Limited Partner shall not be obligated personally for any such debt, obligation or liability of the Partnership solely by reason of being a Limited Partner; provided, however, that a Limited Partner or Former Partner shall be required to contribute to the Partnership any amounts required under the Partnership Law and pursuant to Section 3.8, Section 6.1.3 and Section 6.7.2.
(b)    Except as otherwise provided in the Partnership Law, the General Partner shall have unlimited liability for the repayment and discharge of all debts, obligations and liabilities of the Partnership to the extent the assets of the Partnership are inadequate. Neither the General Partner nor any of its Affiliates (other than the Partnership), shall be liable for the return of the Capital Contributions of any Limited Partner, and each Limited Partner hereby waives any and all claims that it may have against the General Partner or any Affiliate thereof (other than, for the avoidance of doubt, the Partnership) in this regard.
Section 7.3    Withdrawal, Death, etc. of Limited Partner. The death, disability, incapacity, adjudication of incompetency, termination, bankruptcy, insolvency or winding up and dissolution (collectively, “Termination Event”) of a Limited Partner shall not cause a winding up and dissolution of the Partnership. The legal representatives of a Limited Partner shall succeed as assignee to the Limited Partner’s interest in the Partnership upon a Termination Event of such Limited Partner, but shall not be admitted as a substituted Partner without the consent of the General Partner, in its sole discretion. Distributions in respect of withdrawal requests by such Limited Partner’s legal representatives shall be made on the same terms, and shall be subject to the same conditions, as set forth in Article III in respect of a withdrawal by a Limited Partner of its Capital Account.
Section 7.4    Assignability of Interest. Without the prior written consent of the General Partner, which consent may be granted or withheld in its sole discretion, a Limited Partner may not make a Transfer. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a Limited Partner may Transfer all or any portion of its Interests to an Affiliate without the consent of the General Partner; provided that (a) such transferee agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Agreement, and (b) the General Partner determines that the Partnership will not have, as a result of such Transfer, more than one hundred Partners at any time during the taxable year of the Partnership pursuant to Treasury Regulation Section 1.7704-1(h)(1)(ii). The General Partner may also permit other Transfers under such other terms and conditions as it, in its sole discretion, deems appropriate; provided, however, that prior to any such other Transfer, the General Partner shall consult with counsel to the Partnership to ensure that such Transfer, alone or taken together with other Transfers and withdrawals, will not cause the Partnership to be treated as a “publicly traded partnership” taxable as a corporation within the meaning of Section 7704 of the Code. Any attempted Transfer not made in accordance with this Section 7.4, to the fullest extent permitted by Law, shall be void and of no force and effect.
Section 7.5    Priority. Except as specifically provided in this Agreement, no Limited Partner is given any priority over any other Limited Partner as to the return of contributions or as to compensation by way of income.
ARTICLE VIII    

Expenses and Management Fee
Section 8.1    Organizational Expenses. All expenses incurred in connection with the organization of the Partnership, including the legal and accounting expenses and other costs incurred in organizing the Partnership and in connection with the initial offering of the Interests, shall be borne by the Joint Ventures immediately prior to the contribution of Investable Assets to the Partnership (and, for the avoidance of doubt, not the General Partner or any Excluded Investors).
Section 8.2    Operational Expenses.
(a)    Any and all expenses incurred by, or on behalf of the Partnership, in connection with or that otherwise pertain to or are incidental to the Partnership’s organization (including the offering of Interests), administration, investments and operations, other than those borne by the Investment Manager, shall be borne by the Partnership, including:
(i)    trade support services including pre- and post‑trade support software and related support services;
(ii)    research (including computer, newswire, quotation services, publications, periodicals, subscriptions, data services and data base processing that are directly related to research activities on behalf of the Partnership) and consulting, advisory, expert, investment banking, finders and other professional fees relating to investments or contemplated investments, whether charged as fixed fees (such as retainers) and/or performance-based fees and allocations, in the form of cash, options, warrants, stock, stock appreciation rights or otherwise and irrespective of whether (A) there is a contractual obligation to pay such fees or (B) such third parties are engaged by the Partnership in a dedicated or exclusive capacity; provided that the Partnership will not bear the costs of any third party who may be retained to provide trade idea generation to the Partnership on an ongoing basis;
(iii)    risk analysis and risk reporting by third parties and risk-related and consulting services;
(iv)    fees of providers of specialized data and/or analysis as to specific companies, sectors or asset classes in which the Partnership has made or intends to make an investment;
(v)    transactional expenses, including fees or costs related to due diligence, investigation and negotiation of potential investments, whether or not such investments are consummated;
(vi)    any costs (including legal costs) associated with contemplated or actual proxy solicitation contests, the preparation of any letters with respect to plans and proposals regarding the management, ownership and capital structure of any portfolio company (and related anti-trust or other regulatory filings) by the Investment Manager in connection with the Partnership’s investments, any compensation paid to individuals considered for nomination, nominated and/or appointed, at the Partnership’s request, to the board of a portfolio company (including any compensation paid in relation to serving in such capacity) and any related expenses (such as all costs incurred in connection with recruiting directors to serve on the board of a portfolio company, proxy solicitors, public relations experts, costs associated with “white papers”, lobbying organizations to the extent reasonably determined by the General Partner to be employed in connection with investments or prospective investments of the Partnership and public presentations);
(vii)    brokerage commissions and services and similar expenses necessary for the Partnership to receive, buy, sell, exchange, trade and otherwise deal in and with securities and other property of the Partnership (including expenses relating to spreads, short dividends, negative rebates, financing charges and currency hedging costs);
(viii)    subject to Section 6.1.9, legal fees and related expenses incurred in connection with Partnership investments or contemplated potential investments or the ongoing existence of the Partnership, including legal costs and related expenses of (a) Indemnified Parties (such as indemnification and advances on account of indemnification) that may be payable by the Partnership pursuant to any indemnification obligations of the Partnership or (b) any threatened or actual litigation involving the Partnership, which may include monetary damages, fees, fines and other sanctions, whether as a result of such regulatory authorities or such commercial interests prevailing, or the General Partner determining to settle such threatened or actual litigation;
(ix)    legal and compliance third-party fees and expenses allocated to the Partnership to the extent the General Partner has reasonably determined that such services are related to, or otherwise benefiting, the organizational, operational, investment or trading activities of the Partnership including filing and registration fees and expenses (e.g., expenses associated with regulatory filings, audits and inquiries with the SEC, the CFTC, the Federal Trade Commission and other regulatory authorities including foreign regulatory authorities, and any other filings made in connection with or that otherwise relate to or are incidental to the Partnership’s organization (including the offering of interests), administration, investments and operations, including Form PF, but excluding the preparation of Form ADV and other expenses determined by the Investment Manager to be primarily related to other filings to be made, as well as the establishment, implementation and maintenance of internal policies and procedures of the Investment Manager that are intended to facilitate the Investment Manager’s compliance with respect to its “own” compliance obligations not directly related to any services provided to its clients (for instance, the Investment Manager’s obligation to maintain registration with the SEC or to maintain records such as those specified in Rule 204-2(a) under the Advisers Act are its “own” obligations; but its obligations relating to, without limitation, research, trading, investments and monitoring of investments are not the Investment Manager’s “own” obligations), as opposed to the compliance obligations of the Partnership);
(x)    eighty percent (80%) of the cost of any insurance premiums (other than wrongful employment practices insurance, premises liability insurance and insurance covering similar risks (e.g., covering liabilities of the Investment Manager in its capacity as an employer or landlord/tenant)), including the cost of any insurance covering the potential liabilities of the Partnership, the General Partner, the Investment Manager, their respective Affiliates or any agent or employee of the Partnership, as well as the potential liabilities of any individual serving at the request of the Partnership as a director of a portfolio company (such as directors’ and officers’ liability or other similar insurance policies and errors and omissions insurance or other similar insurance policies) (for purposes of utmost clarity, any deductibles or retentions pursuant to such insurance policies are liabilities to be borne in accordance with the Partnership’s indemnification obligations);
(xi)    third-party valuation services (including fees of pricing, data and exchange services and financial modeling services), fund accounting, auditing and tax preparation (including tax filing fees, the cost of passive foreign investment company reporting, any expenses incurred in order to satisfy tax reporting requirements in any jurisdiction (if applicable) and other professional services and advisors) and expenses related to complying with FATCA;
(xii)    Management Fees;
(xiii)    expenses related to the maintenance of the Partnership’s registered office and corporate licensing;
(xiv)    consultant and other personnel expenses of companies and non-U.S. offices formed for the purpose of facilitating and/or holding investments by the Partnership;
(xv)    costs and expenses related to acquisition, installation, servicing of, and consulting with respect to, order, trade, and commission management products and services (including risk management and trading software or database packages);
(xvi)    any costs associated with engaging service providers, including the Administrator, prime brokers and the UCC;
(xvii)    interest costs and taxes (including entity-level taxes and governmental fees or other charges payable by or with respect to or levied against the Partnership, its investments, or to federal, state or other governmental agencies, domestic or foreign, including real estate, stamp or other transfer taxes and transfer, capital and other taxes, duties and costs incurred in connection with the making of investments by the Partnership in a portfolio), in each case, except as allocated and apportioned to specific Partners pursuant to Section 3.8, Section 6.7.2 or otherwise;
(xviii)    custodian and transfer agency services (including the costs, fees and expenses associated with the opening, maintaining and closing of bank accounts, custodial accounts and accounts with brokers on behalf of the Partnership (including the customary fees and charges applicable to transactions in such broker accounts)); and
(xix)    winding-up, liquidation and other similar expenses related to the Partnership (collectively, the “Expenses”).
(b)    Notwithstanding anything herein, unless otherwise approved in writing by the Board, to the extent the aggregate amount of the Expenses payable by the Partnership for any Fiscal Year (which, for purposes of this Section 8.2(b), Expenses shall exclude, (A) any Expenses incurred pursuant to Section 8.2(a)(vii) and Section 8.2(a)(xvii), (B) use of “soft dollars,” (C) any indemnification payments made pursuant to Section 6.5 and that may be covered under Section 8.2(a)(viii) and (D) the Management Fee) exceed the product of (x) 0.0175 and (y) the average Net Assets (calculated as the average Net Assets as of each calendar month end) for such Fiscal Year, then the Investment Manager shall reimburse the amount of such excess to the Partnership.
(c)    If any items of income or loss (including, for the avoidance of doubt, any Expenses) of the Partnership are attributable to the amounts invested by such Partners into the Partnership accrued, prior to each such Partner’s contribution to the Partnership, for the benefit or detriment of such Partner in connection with its investment in the Joint Ventures or any Affiliated Fund, as the case may be, then, any such items of income or loss (including, any such Expenses) shall be allocated to such Partners in the same proportions (as reasonably determined by the General Partner) as such items of income or loss (including, any such Expenses) would have been allocated had such Partners remained invested in the Joint Ventures or such other Affiliated Fund, as the case may be.
(d)    From time to time the Investment Manager will be required to make determinations regarding whether certain Expenses should be borne solely by the Partnership or in conjunction with one or more Affiliated Funds. Subject to certain exceptions such as tax or similar restrictions, all investment related Expenses are expected to be shared by the Partnership and any Affiliated Fund pro rata to their participation in that investment (or contemplated participation), while other Expenses will generally be borne pro rata by the Partnership and certain or all Affiliated Funds based on their relative net asset values.
(e)    Expenses will be borne pro rata by the Partners in accordance with the balances in their respective Capital Accounts, except as provided elsewhere in this Agreement, including Section 3.8, Section 4.1.2.8, Section 6.7.2 and Section 13.2.
(f)    Except as otherwise provided for in this Agreement, any expenditures payable by or on behalf of the Partnership, to the extent determined by the General Partner to have been paid or withheld on behalf of, or by reason of particular circumstances applicable to, one or more but fewer than all of the Partners, shall be charged to only those Partners on whose behalf such payments are made or whose particular circumstances gave rise to such payments. Such charges shall be debited from the Capital Accounts of such Partners as of the close of the Fiscal Period during which any such items were accrued or paid.
(g)    For the avoidance of doubt, the Investment Manager is responsible for, and the Partnership shall not pay, travel expenses of its principals and employees (other than as described in this Section 8.2). In addition, for the avoidance of doubt, the Investment Manager is responsible for its own overhead expenses, including salaries, benefits, rent, information technology (other than as described in this Section 8.2), bonuses and other overhead.
Section 8.3    Management Fee.
8.3.1    Pursuant to the Investment Management Agreement, the Partnership shall pay to the Investment Manager a fixed management fee, payable monthly in advance, with respect to each Capital Account, equal to 0.125% (1.50% per annum) of the net asset value of all Capital Accounts (the “Management Fee”), as of the beginning of each month before the accrual of the Incentive Allocation multiplied by an exposure multiplier (the “Exposure Multiplier”) computed by dividing the average of the daily investment exposure leverage of the Partnership by the average of the daily investment exposure leverage of Third Point Offshore Master Fund L.P. (the “Offshore Master Fund”).  The daily investment exposure leverage of each of the Partnership and the Offshore Master Fund shall be computed by dividing the daily gross market value of investments of long and short positions held by (a) the Partnership and (b) the Offshore Master Fund, respectively, during the applicable month by the daily net asset value of (a) the Partnership and (b) the Offshore Master Fund, respectively.  The General Partner shall make adjustments to the Management Fee payable to reflect the changes in the Exposure Multiplier throughout each month.  In determining the amount of the Management Fee allocable to each Limited Partner, the General Partner shall make such equitable adjustments as are necessary to reflect the admission of, and withdrawals or distributions paid to, one or more Limited Partners during the Fiscal Year. If this Agreement is terminated on any day other than the last day of a calendar month, any unearned portion of the prepaid monthly fee for the month in which this Agreement is terminated, with respect to a Limited Partner, shall be refunded by the Investment Manager or its Affiliate, as the case may be, to the Partnership and allocated to that Limited Partner’s Capital Account.
8.3.2    The General Partner, in its sole discretion, may elect to reduce, waive or calculate differently the Management Fee, with respect to any Limited Partner.
8.3.3    Notwithstanding the foregoing, the General Partner may elect to have the Management Fee paid to the Investment Manager (or to any of its Affiliates) at the level of any Special Purpose Vehicle through which the investment program of the Partnership is being effectuated without receiving consent from existing Limited Partners, for so long as such election does not result in any material adverse consequences to the Limited Partners.
Section 8.4    Transaction Fees. Any closing fees, directors’ fees or break-up fees (net of expenses attributable thereto and to any transactions not completed) paid to the Investment Manager or its Affiliates attributable to and as a result of the Partnership’s investments (collectively, the “Transaction Fees”) will be set-off to reduce the Management Fee unless the receipt of such fees is waived by the Investment Manager. If Transaction Fees for a particular month exceed the amount of Management Fees for such month, the excess will be applied to reduce Management Fees in subsequent months.
Section 8.5    Assignment of Investment Advisory Contract. In its sole discretion, the General Partner may enter into any transaction with respect to (a) any investment advisory contract between the Partnership and the Investment Manager or (b) the General Partner’s interest in the Partnership (each, a “GP Transaction”); provided that the General Partner may only enter into a GP Transaction that would constitute an “assignment” as such term is defined under the Advisers Act with the consent of a Majority-in-Interest of the then-Limited Partners; provided further, that any action taken pursuant to this Section 8.5 shall not cause the balance sheets of the Partnership and TP Re to be consolidated for financial statement purposes.
Section 8.6    Most Favored Nation.
(a)    If the Investment Manager or any of its Affiliates (with respect to a Relevant Affiliated Fund) or any Relevant Affiliated Fund (a) enters into or has entered into any side letter or agreement prior to the date hereof or (b) enters into a side letter or agreement at any time on or after the date hereof, in each case, with any existing or future investor (except, in either case, for Excluded Investors) whose (i)(A) aggregate investments in such Relevant Affiliated Fund are equal to or less than the Aggregate TP Re Investment and (B) initial lock-up period (or initial term) is five years or less and (ii) such letter or agreement contains any terms relating to asset-based fees or performance-based compensation that are equal to or more favorable to such investor than the similar terms granted to TP Re pursuant to this Agreement (the “More Favorable Fee Rights”), then the General Partner shall promptly disclose to TP Re in writing any such More Favorable Fee Rights, and the General Partner shall offer TP Re the right to elect, within thirty days after (x) the date hereof, in the case of any side letter or agreement entered into prior to the date hereof or (y) TP Re’s receipt of such disclosure, in the case of any side letter or agreement entered into at any time on or after the date hereof, to be afforded such More Favorable Fee Rights; it being understood that, for purposes of determining whether More Favorable Fee Rights have been granted, the impact of any leverage utilized by the Partnership on the asset-based fee paid by TP Re shall be disregarded.
(b)    If the Investment Manager or any of its Affiliates (with respect to a Relevant Affiliated Fund) or any Relevant Affiliated Fund enters into a side letter or agreement at any time on or after the date hereof with any existing or future investor (except for Excluded Investors) whose (i) aggregate investments in such Relevant Affiliated Fund are equal to or less than the Aggregate TP Re Investment and (ii) such letter or agreement contains any terms relating to portfolio transparency rights, information rights or reporting rights (other than tax, regulatory, legal or similar considerations) that are more favorable to such investor than the similar terms granted to TP Re pursuant to this Agreement (the “More Favorable Investor Rights”), then the General Partner shall promptly disclose to TP Re in writing any such More Favorable Investor Rights, and the General Partner shall offer TP Re the right to elect, within thirty days after (x) the date hereof, in the case of any side letter or agreement entered into prior to the date hereof or (y) TP Re’s receipt of such disclosure, in the case of any side letter or agreement entered into at any time on or after the date hereof, to be afforded such More Favorable Investor Rights.
(c)    If the Investment Manager or any of its Affiliates (with respect to a Relevant Affiliated Fund) or any Relevant Affiliated Fund (a) enters into or has entered into any side letter or agreement prior to the date hereof or (b) enters into a side letter or agreement at any time on or after the date hereof, in each case, with any existing or future investor (except, in either case, for Excluded Investors) whose (i)(A) aggregate investments in such Relevant Affiliated Fund are equal to or less than the Aggregate TP Re Investment and (B) asset-based fee terms or performance-based compensation terms are equal to or more favorable to such investor than the Management Fee terms or Incentive Allocation terms provided in this Agreement and (ii) such letter or agreement contains an initial lock-up period (or initial term) of five years or less (the “More Favorable Liquidity Rights”), then the General Partner shall promptly disclose to TP Re in writing any such More Favorable Liquidity Rights (and any subsequent liquidity rights), and the General Partner shall offer TP Re the right to elect, within thirty days after (x) the date hereof, in the case of any side letter or agreement entered into prior to the date hereof or (y) TP Re’s receipt of such disclosure, in the case of any side letter or agreement entered into at any time on or after the date hereof, to be afforded such More Favorable Liquidity Rights (but only to the extent TP Re agrees to be bound to any subsequent liquidity rights).
(d)    Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Section 8.6, any election offered to TP Re pursuant to Section 8.6(a)-(c) shall be premised upon TP Re agreeing to be bound by and subject to all of the restrictions, conditions and detrimental terms (which, for the avoidance of doubt, shall replace the corresponding existing terms in this Agreement) offered to investors that have been granted any such More Favorable Fee Rights, More Favorable Investor Rights or More Favorable Liquidity Rights, as applicable, in the side letter or agreement triggering the application of this Section 8.6.
(e)    The General Partner represents and warrants to TP Re that it has disclosed to TP Re all More Favorable Fee Rights in effect as of the date hereof with respect to all Relevant Affiliated Funds.
(f)    The General Partner shall promptly notify TP Re if the Investment Manager forms an investment vehicle (that offers interests to non-Excluded Investors) that will pursue an investment strategy that formed a material part of the investment strategy of the Offshore Master Fund immediately prior to such formation, and TP Re shall have the right to promptly withdraw from the Partnership up to an amount equal to: the product of (x) a fraction (1) the numerator of which equals the amount of assets withdrawn from the Offshore Master Fund and invested in such investment vehicle and (2) the denominator of which equals the total amount of assets in the Offshore Master Fund immediately prior to such withdrawal, multiplied by (y) the total amount of TP Re’s investment in the Partnership, and invest such withdrawn amounts in such investment vehicle upon the most favorable fee terms offered to non-Excluded Investors of such investment vehicle. The parties further agree to discuss, in good faith, the creation of a managed account or other investment vehicle that would invest alongside such investment vehicle into which the investment of such withdrawn amount would be made.
(g)    The General Partner shall promptly notify TP Re if the Investment Manager forms an investment vehicle (that accepts capital from non-Excluded Investors) that will pursue an investment strategy that does not form a material part of the investment strategy of the Offshore Master Fund immediately prior to such formation, and TP Re shall have the right to promptly withdraw from the Partnership up to an amount equal to: the product of (x) a fraction (1) the numerator of which equals the total amount of TP Re’s investment in the Partnership and (2) the denominator of which equals the total amount of net assets managed by the Investment Manager multiplied by (y) the total amount of net assets invested in such the investment vehicle immediately prior to TP Re’s investment in such investment vehicle, and invest such withdrawn amounts in such investment vehicle upon the most favorable fee terms offered to non-Excluded Investors of lesser or equal size in such investment vehicle.
ARTICLE IX    

Winding Up and Dissolution
Section 9.1    Winding Up. The Partnership and its affairs shall be required to be wound up upon the first to occur of any of the events described in Section 2.6.
Section 9.2    Dissolution.
Following the commencement of the winding up of the Partnership, the General Partner (or, if there is no General Partner, one or more Persons selected by the Majority-in-Interest of the then-Limited Partners) shall, wind up the Partnership’s affairs and shall distribute the Partnership’s assets in cash or in kind in the following manner and order:
(a)    in satisfaction of the claims of all creditors of the Partnership, other than the Partners;
(b)    in satisfaction of the claims of the Partners as creditors of the Partnership; and
(c)    any balance to the Partners in the relative proportions that their respective Capital Accounts bear to each other, such Capital Accounts to be determined as of the Fiscal Year of the Partnership ended on the date of final liquidation.
Any distribution of assets in kind will be allocated to the Partners by the General Partner, to the extent practicable, on a proportionate basis. If any distributions in kind are made in connection with the winding up and dissolution of the Partnership, the General Partner shall (x) make such distributions in kind in accordance with Section 3.6(a) or (y) (i) immediately prior to such distribution in kind, determine the Fair Value of such in-kind proceeds and adjust the Capital Accounts of all Partners upwards or downwards to reflect the difference between the book value and the Fair Value thereof, as if such gain or loss had been recognized upon an actual sale of such property on such date and allocated pursuant to Section 4.1.2 and (ii) at the time of such distribution, reduce the Capital Account(s) of the distributee Partner by the Fair Value of such in-kind proceeds distributed to such Partner.
Section 9.3    Time for Liquidation, etc. A reasonable time period shall be allowed for the orderly winding up and liquidation of the assets of the Partnership and the discharge of liabilities to creditors so as to enable the Partnership to seek to minimize potential losses upon such liquidation. The provisions of this Agreement, including the provisions relating to the payment of the Management Fee and the Incentive Allocation, shall remain in full force and effect during the period of winding up and until the General Partner (or liquidator, as applicable) shall execute a Notice of Dissolution in respect of the Partnership and shall cause such Notice of Dissolution to be filed with the Registrar of Exempted Limited Partnerships in the Cayman Islands.
ARTICLE X    

Amendments
Section 10.1    Amendment of Agreement.
(a)    Subject to Section 10.1(b), this Agreement may be amended, in whole or in part, with the consent of all of the Partners.
(b)    Notwithstanding Section 10.1(a), without the consent of the Limited Partners, the General Partner may amend this Agreement to: (A) reflect a change in the name of the Partnership; (B) change the provisions relating to the Incentive Allocation as provided in, and subject to the provisions of, Section 4.1.3; (C) make any change that is necessary or, in the opinion of the General Partner, advisable to qualify the Partnership as a limited partnership or a partnership in which the Limited Partners have limited liability under the Laws of any state or non-U.S. jurisdiction, or ensure that the Partnership will not be treated as an association taxable as a corporation or as a publicly traded partnership taxable as a corporation for Federal tax purposes; (D) make any change that does not adversely affect the Limited Partners in any material respect; (E) make any change that is necessary or desirable to cure any ambiguity, to correct or supplement any provision in this Agreement that would be inconsistent with any other provision in this Agreement, or to make any other provision with respect to matters or questions arising under this Agreement that will not be inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement, in each case, so long as such change does not adversely affect the Limited Partners in any material respect; (F) correct any printing, stenographic or clerical error or effect changes of an administrative or ministerial nature which do not increase the authority of the General Partner in any material respect or adversely affect the Limited Partners in any material respect; (G) make any change that is necessary or desirable to satisfy any requirements, conditions or guidelines contained in any opinion, directive, order, statute, ruling or regulation of any Federal, state or non-U.S. governmental entity, so long as such change is made in a manner that minimizes any adverse effect on the Limited Partners; (H) prevent the Partnership from in any manner being deemed an “investment company” subject to the provisions of the Investment Company Act; (I) enable, when applicable, the Partnership (x) to elect any alternative to the Partnership’s payment of any amount under the BBA Rules or (y) to avoid or minimize Entity Taxes; (J) prevent the Partnership from being deemed to be “plan assets” for the purposes of ERISA and the Code; or (K) make any other amendments similar to the foregoing.
ARTICLE XI    

Power of Attorney
Section 11.1    Power of Attorney. Each Limited Partner, in executing this Agreement, appoints the General Partner, or the Managing Member thereof acting individually, as the Limited Partner’s true and lawful attorney-in-fact, with full power and authority in the Limited Partner’s name, place and stead to execute, acknowledge, deliver, swear to, file and record at the appropriate public offices those documents and instruments as may be necessary or appropriate to carry out the provisions of this Agreement, including:
(a)    the Statement and any amendments to the Statement as may be required;
(b)    any duly adopted amendment to this Agreement;
(c)    all other certificates and instruments or amendments of those certificates and instruments that the General Partner deems appropriate to qualify or continue the Partnership as a limited partnership in any jurisdiction in which the Partnership may conduct business; and
(d)    all certificates or instruments that the General Partner deems appropriate to reflect the winding up and dissolution of the Partnership.
The foregoing appointment is granted by way of security for the performance of each Limited Partner’s obligations hereunder and is intended to secure an interest in property, is irrevocable and shall survive the incapacity of any Person giving the power, the dissolution of any corporation or partnership giving the power or the termination of any trust giving the power.
ARTICLE XII    

Confidentiality
Section 12.1    Confidentiality.
(a)    In connection with the Partnership’s ongoing business, the Limited Partners will receive or have access to Confidential Material. Each Limited Partner shall keep confidential, and not make any use of (other than for purposes reasonably related to its Interest or for purposes of filing such Limited Partner’s tax returns) or disclose to any Person, any Confidential Material except (i) to its Representatives on a need-to-know basis, (ii) as otherwise requested or required by any Governmental Authority, Law or by legal process (and, with respect to clause (ii), only in compliance with Section 12.1(b)) or (iii) with the written consent of the General Partner. Each Limited Partner and its Representatives shall keep the existence of the Confidential Material confidential and shall exercise at least the same care with respect to the Confidential Material as such Limited Partner would exercise with respect to its own proprietary and confidential material. Each Limited Partner shall advise its Representatives of the confidential nature of the Confidential Material and shall (x) either have such Representatives agree to keep and maintain such information confidential, or (y) ensure that such Representatives are bound by professional obligations of confidentiality. Each Limited Partner shall be responsible for any actions taken by its Representatives that would be deemed a breach of this Agreement if such Limited Partner had taken such actions.
(b)    In the event that a Limited Partner or its Representatives are requested or required by any Governmental Authority, Law or by legal process to disclose any Confidential Material (other than disclosures in connection with any routine periodic reporting or filing), such Limited Partner shall give the General Partner, to the extent permitted by Law and reasonably practicable under the circumstances, prompt written notice of such request or requirement so that the General Partner may seek an appropriate order or other remedy protecting the Confidential Material from disclosure, and such Limited Partner shall reasonably cooperate with the General Partner to obtain such protective order or other remedy. In the event that a protective order or other remedy is not obtained, or the General Partner waives its rights to seek such an order or other remedy, such Limited Partner (or its Representatives to whom such request is directed) may, without liability under this Agreement, furnish only that portion of the Confidential Material which such Limited Partner (or its Representatives) are, in the advice of such Limited Partner’s counsel, legally required or are requested by a Governmental Authority to disclose; provided that such Limited Partner gives the General Partner written notice of the information to be disclosed as far in advance of its disclosure as practicable and such Limited Partner uses its best efforts to request that confidential treatment will be accorded to such information.
(c)    Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, to the extent required by applicable Treasury Regulations, each Partner (and each employee, representative, or other agent of such Partner) may disclose to any and all Persons, without limitation of any kind, the tax treatment and tax structure of (i) the Partnership, and (ii) any of its transactions, and all materials of any kind (including opinions or other tax analyses) that are provided to the Partner relating to such tax treatment and tax structure; it being understood that “tax treatment” and “tax structure” do not include the name or the identifying information of the Partnership or a transaction. Nothing herein shall limit any Partner’s right to initiate communications with governmental and regulatory authorities at any time.
(d)    Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, nothing in this Agreement shall restrict TP Re from disclosing the overall monthly and year-to-date performance of the Partnership.
(e)    Each party acknowledges and agrees that such party may receive material non‑public information in connection with the matters contemplated by this Agreement, and further that such party is aware that the United States securities laws impose restrictions on purchasing or selling debt or equity securities based on such information.
(f)    Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, to the extent a Limited Partner is a party to, or otherwise subject to the terms of, a separate agreement with the General Partner, the Investment Manager or any of their respective Affiliates that imposes confidentiality obligations with respect to Confidential Material that are more restrictive (whether in terms of scope, duration or otherwise) than the obligations set forth in this Article XII, then the more restrictive confidentiality obligations of such separate agreement shall govern in accordance with the terms set forth therein and shall not be limited or waived by the terms of this Agreement and, similarly, the confidentiality obligations of the Limited Partner set forth in this Agreement shall not be limited or waived by the terms of such separate confidentiality agreement. The confidentiality obligations set forth in this Article XII may be waived with the prior written consent of the General Partner, which may be given or withheld in its sole discretion.
Section 12.2    Non-Disclosure of LP Confidential Information.
(a)    The Third Point Parties shall keep confidential all information relating to this Agreement, the Partnership and TP Re (collectively, “LP Confidential Information”) and shall not make any use of (other than for purposes reasonably related to the administration and management of the Partnership) or disclose to any Person, any LP Confidential Information except (i) to its Representatives on a need-to-know basis, (ii) as otherwise requested or required by any Governmental Authority, Law, or by legal process (and, with respect to clause (ii), only in compliance with Section 12.2(b)) or (iii) with the written consent of TP Re. Each Third Point Party and its Representatives shall keep the existence of the LP Confidential Information confidential and shall exercise at least the same care with respect to the LP Confidential Information as such Third Point Party would exercise with respect to its own proprietary and confidential material. Each Third Point Party shall advise its Representatives of the confidential nature of the LP Confidential Information and shall either (x) have such Representatives agree to keep and maintain such information confidential, or (y) ensure that such Representatives are bound by professional obligations of confidentiality. Each Third Point Party shall be responsible for any actions taken by its Representatives that would be deemed a breach of this Agreement if such Third Point Party had taken such actions.
(b)    In the event that any Third Point Party or any of its Representatives is requested or required by any Governmental Authority, Law or regulation, or by legal process to disclose any LP Confidential Information, the General Partner shall give TP Re, to the extent permitted by Law and reasonably practicable under the circumstances, prompt written notice of such request or requirement so that TP Re may seek an appropriate order or other remedy protecting the LP Confidential Information from disclosure, and the applicable disclosing party shall reasonably cooperate with TP Re to obtain such protective order or other remedy. In the event that a protective order or other remedy is not obtained, or TP Re waives its rights to seek such an order or other remedy, the Third Point Party (or its Representatives to whom such request is directed) may, without liability under this Agreement, furnish only that portion of the LP Confidential Information which such Third Point Party (or its Representatives) are, in the advice of such Third Point Party’s (or Representatives’) counsel, legally required to disclose or requested by a Governmental Authority to disclose; provided that the General Partner gives TP Re written notice of the information to be disclosed as far in advance of its disclosure as practicable and the disclosing Third Point Party (or Representative) use its best efforts to request that confidential treatment will be accorded to such information. Notwithstanding the foregoing, no notification to TP Re shall be required for disclosures (i) in connection with any routine periodic reporting or filing required by any Governmental Authority or Law (including, for the avoidance of doubt, the Investment Manager’s Form ADV or Form PF filings), (ii) in connection with requests made pursuant to FATCA or CRS, or (iii) required or requested by any regulatory or supervisory authority (including, for the avoidance of doubt, the SEC or its staff) unless, in the case of this subclause (iii), such required or requested disclosure is specifically targeted at TP Re or the Partnership, and not at the Investment Manager and its Affiliated Funds, as well.
(c)    Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, to the extent the General Partner, the Investment Manager or any of their respective Affiliates is a party to, or otherwise subject to the terms of, a separate agreement with TP Re or any of its Affiliates that imposes confidentiality obligations with respect to LP Confidential Material that are more restrictive (whether in terms of scope, duration or otherwise) than the obligations set forth in this Article XII, then the more restrictive confidentiality obligations of such separate agreement shall govern in accordance with the terms set forth therein and shall not be limited or waived by the terms of this Agreement and, similarly, the confidentiality obligations of the General Partner, the Investment Manager and their respective Affiliates set forth in this Agreement shall not be limited or waived by the terms of such separate confidentiality agreement. The confidentiality obligations set forth in this Article XII may be waived with the prior written consent of TP Re, which may be given or withheld in its sole discretion.
Section 12.3    Equitable and Injunctive Relief. The Partners acknowledge that (a) the provisions of Section 12.1 hereof are intended to preserve the unique relationship between the Partners, and (b) the provisions of Section 12.1 are intended to preserve the value and goodwill of the Partnership’s business; and that, in the event of a breach or a threatened breach by any Partner (or its Representatives) of its obligations under Section 12.1, the other Partners may not have an adequate remedy at law. Accordingly, in the event of any such breach or threatened breach by a Partner or its Representatives, any of the other Partners shall be entitled to seek such equitable and injunctive relief as may be available to restrain such Partner and any Person participating in such breach or threatened breach from the violation of the provisions thereof. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as prohibiting a Partner from pursuing any other remedies available at law or in equity for such breach or threatened breach, including the recovery of damages.
ARTICLE XIII    

Miscellaneous
Section 13.1    Notices. Notices that may or are required to be given under this Agreement by any Partner will be in writing and will be deemed to have been duly given: (i) on the date of service if served personally on the party to whom notice is to be given; (ii) on the day of transmission if sent via facsimile or electronic mail transmission, and telephonic or electronic mail confirmation of receipt is obtained promptly after completion of transmission; (iii) on the day after delivery to Federal Express or similar overnight courier or the Express Mail service maintained by the United States Postal Service; or (iv) on the fifth day after mailing, if mailed to the party to whom notice is to be given, by first class mail, registered or certified, postage prepaid, addressed to the respective parties at their addresses set forth in the books and records of the Partnership, or to any other addresses designated by any Partner by notice addressed to the Partnership in the case of any Limited Partner, and to the Limited Partners in the case of the General Partner. Unless otherwise provided in writing to the other parties, all notices shall be sent to the following addresses, facsimile numbers or e‑mail addresses:
If to the Investment Manager or the General Partner:
c/o Third Point LLC
390 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Email: Legal@thirdpoint.com
If to TP Re Bermuda:
Point House
3 Waterloo Lane
Pembroke HM 08

Bermuda
Attn: Janice R. Weidenborner
If to TP Re USA:
535 Springfield Avenue
Suite 120
Summit, New Jersey 07901
Attn: President
with a copy to:
Point House
3 Waterloo Lane
Pembroke HM 08
Bermuda
Attn: Janice R. Weidenborner
Section 13.2    Adjustment to Take Account of Certain Events. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement, if the Code or Treasury Regulations require a withholding on or other adjustment to the Capital Account(s) or otherwise to the interest of a Partner or Former Partner, or any other event or events occur(s) necessitating or justifying, in the General Partner’s sole judgment an equitable adjustment to the Capital Account(s) or otherwise to the interest of a Partner or Former Partner (including if allocations would not properly reflect the economic arrangement of the Partners or Former Partners or would otherwise cause an inequitable or onerous result for any Partner), the General Partner shall make such adjustments to the Capital Account(s) or otherwise to the interest of the Partners or Former Partners including in the determination and allocation among the Partners (and Former Partners, if relevant) of Net Capital Appreciation, Net Capital Depreciation, Capital Accounts, Partnership Percentages, Incentive Allocation, Management Fee, items of income, deduction, gain, loss, credit or withholding for tax purposes, accounting procedures or such other financial or tax items as shall equitably take into account such event (or events) and applicable provisions of Law or regulation, and the determination thereof in the sole discretion of the General Partner shall be final and conclusive as to all of the Partners (and Former Partners, if relevant).
Section 13.3    Governing Law. Notwithstanding the place where this Agreement may be executed by any of the parties hereto, the parties expressly agree that all of the terms and provisions hereof shall be governed by and construed under the Laws of the Cayman Islands.
Section 13.4    No Third Party Rights. Except for the provisions of Section 6.5, the provisions of this Agreement, including the provisions of Section 7.2, are not intended to be for the benefit of any creditor or other Person (other than the Partners in their capacities as such) to which any debts, liabilities or obligations are owed by (or who otherwise have a claim against or dealings with) the Partnership or any Partner, and, to the fullest extent permitted by Law, a person who is not a party to this Agreement shall not have any rights under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Law, 2014 (as amended) of the Cayman Islands to enforce any provision of this Agreement; provided that, without the prior explicit and written consent of the General Partner (such consent to refer specifically to this Section 13.4), no Indemnified Party (other than the General Partner and the Investment Manager) shall be entitled to claim the benefit of any right otherwise accruing to such Indemnified Party under Section 6.5. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, including the foregoing, the consent of or notice to any person who is not a party to this Agreement shall not be required for any termination, rescission or agreement to any amendment, waiver or other variation, assignment, novation, release or settlement under this Agreement at any time.
Section 13.5    Entire Agreement. Without limiting and subject to Section 12.1(f) and Section 12.2(c), this Agreement, the Subscription Agreement and the Trademark License Agreement represent the entire agreement among the parties hereto governing the subject matter hereof, and supersede and cancel all prior negotiations, correspondence or agreements, written or oral, among the parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof. In addition to the foregoing, notwithstanding the termination of the Amended JV Agreements, the General Partner and TP Re agree that the Investment Manager’s obligations as set forth under Section 5.2 of the Amended JV Agreements shall now be borne by the General Partner in favor of TP Re in respect of the Partnership, and, in such event, the Partnership’s obligations under Section 6.5.2 of this Agreement shall not apply.
Section 13.6    Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in several counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original but all of which shall constitute one and the same instrument.
Section 13.7    Miscellaneous.
(a)    All pronouns used herein and any variations thereof shall be deemed to refer to the masculine, feminine or neuter, singular or plural, as the identity of the person may require. Any reference to any federal, state, local, or foreign statute or Law is deemed also to refer to all rules and regulations promulgated thereunder, unless the context requires otherwise. The word “including” means including without limitation. The word “or” is not exclusive. All words used in this Agreement shall be construed to be of such gender or number as the circumstances require.
(b)    Each party hereto hereby agrees that the other parties would be damaged irreparably if any provision of this Agreement were not performed in accordance with the specific terms or were otherwise breached and each party hereto agrees that any party shall be entitled to seek equitable relief, including any injunction or injunctions, to prevent breaches or threatened breaches of this Agreement by the other parties or any of their Representatives and to specifically enforce the terms and provisions of this Agreement.
(c)    Each party hereto acknowledges, confirms and agrees that, by entering into this Agreement, such party intends to take any and all lawful actions toward effecting the purpose and objectives of this Agreement. Accordingly, each of the parties hereto hereby agrees and covenants not to engage in any business, activities, transactions or actions, directly or indirectly, with the intent, purpose or effect of undermining the purpose and objectives of this Agreement.
(d)    The General Partner shall have a reasonable opportunity to review any press release or Form 8-K made in connection with the parties entering into this Agreement.
Section 13.8    Partners Not Agents. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall be construed to constitute any Partner the agent of another Partner, except as specifically provided in this Agreement, or in any manner to limit the Partners in the carrying on of their own respective businesses or activities.
Section 13.9    Severability. Each provision of this Agreement is intended to be severable. A determination that a particular provision of this Agreement is illegal or invalid shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the Agreement.
Section 13.10    Discretion. Whenever in this Agreement the General Partner is permitted or required to make a decision in its “discretion,” “sole discretion” or under a grant of similar authority or latitude, the General Partner shall be entitled to consider the Partnership’s interests as well as such other interests and factors as it desires, including its own interests and the interests of its Affiliates.
Section 13.11    Venue. Any action, proceeding or claim relating in any way to, arising out of or concerning this Agreement or the Partnership’s affairs shall be brought and maintained exclusively in the Chancery Court of the State of Delaware, and each party irrevocably consents to the jurisdiction of such courts to the broadest extent possible for any such action, proceeding or claim and waives any objection to proceeding there that such party might have on the basis of inconvenient forum, improper venue, or otherwise; provided that if the Chancery Court of the State of Delaware would not have or are found not to have subject matter jurisdiction over any action, proceeding or claim relating in any way to, arising out of or concerning this Agreement or the Partnership’s affairs, such action, proceeding or claim shall be brought and maintained exclusively in the Federal courts located in New York County, and each party irrevocably consents to the jurisdiction of such courts to the broadest extent possible for any such action, proceeding or claim and waives any objection to proceeding there that such party might have on the basis of inconvenient forum, improper venue, or otherwise.
Section 13.12    Waiver of Partition. Except as may otherwise be required by Law in connection with the winding up, liquidation and dissolution of the Partnership, each Partner hereby irrevocably waives any and all rights that it may have to maintain an action for partition of any of the Partnership’s property.
Section 13.13    Waiver of Jury Trial. EACH PARTY KNOWINGLY, VOLUNTARILY AND INTENTIONALLY WAIVES ITS RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW IN ANY LEGAL ACTION OR PROCEEDING ARISING OUT OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT. THIS WAIVER APPLIES TO ANY LEGAL ACTION OR PROCEEDING, WHETHER SOUNDING IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE. EACH PARTY ACKNOWLEDGES THAT IT HAS RECEIVED THE ADVICE OF COMPETENT COUNSEL. THE PARTNERSHIP OR ANY PARTNER MAY FILE AN ORIGINAL COUNTERPART OR COPY OF THIS SECTION 13.13 WITH ANY COURT OR JURISDICTION AS WRITTEN EVIDENCE OF THE CONSENT OF THE PARTNERS TO THE WAIVER OF THEIR RESPECTIVE RIGHTS TO TRIAL BY JURY.
Section 13.14    Survival. The provisions of Section 3.8, Section 6.5, Section 6.7, Section 7.2, Section 12.1, Section 12.2, Section 12.3, Section 13.3, Section 13.5, Section 13.9, Section 13.11, Section 13.12, Section 13.13, and this Section 13.14 shall survive the termination of this Agreement, the termination of the Investment Management Agreement and/or the resignation of the General Partner of the Partnership.
[Signature page follows.]

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned have duly executed and delivered this Agreement as a deed on the date first above written.
GENERAL PARTNER:
THIRD POINT ADVISORS L.L.C.


By:
/s/ R. Mendy Haas    
Name:    R. Mendy Haas    
Title:    Authorized Signatory

INITIAL LIMITED PARTNER:

By:
/s/ R. Mendy Haas    
Name:    R. Mendy Haas    



                






LIMITED PARTNERS:
TP RE BERMUDA:

THIRD POINT REINSURANCE COMPANY LTD.


By:
/s/ Christopher S. Coleman    
Name:    Christopher S. Coleman
Title:    Director


By:
/s/ Janice R. Weidenborner    
Name:    Janice R. Weidenborner
Title:    EVP, Group General Counsel and     Secretary

TP RE USA:

THIRD POINT REINSURANCE (USA) LTD.


By:
/s/ J. Robert Bredahl    
Name:    J. Robert Bredahl
Title:    Chief Executive Officer


By:
/s/ Manoj K. Gupta    
Name:    Manoj K. Gupta
Title:    President







HOLDCO (solely for purposes of its obligations herein and not as a Limited Partner):

THIRD POINT REINSURANCE LTD.



By:
/s/ J. Robert Bredahl    
Name:    J. Robert Bredahl
Title:    President and Chief Executive Officer
By:
/s/ Christopher S. Coleman    
Name:    Christopher S. Coleman
Title:    Chief Financial Officer









Exhibit A
INVESTMENT GUIDELINES
Subject to the following provisions, the Partnership shall generally acquire and dispose of investments on a pari passu basis with the Offshore Master Fund, however with increased exposure to investments through the use of additional leverage. The General Partner will generally target a “leverage factor” of (a) one and one half times (1.5x) for investments in liquid securities (though the General Partner may, in its sole discretion, determine to vary the “leverage factor” with respect to certain securities) and (b) one times (1x) for investments in illiquid securities and ABS securities, in each case, as determined by the General Partner in its sole discretion; provided that the General Partner (i) may increase the leverage factor above such aforementioned targets with the prior written consent of the Board, and (ii) may decrease the leverage factor below such aforementioned targets but in no event lower than the leverage factor of Third Point Ultra Master Fund L.P. without the prior written consent of the Board.
In the event that there is a significant appropriate investment opportunity for the Partnership that does not, in the opinion of the General Partner, fit the liquidity profile for the Offshore Master Fund (any such investment a “Non-Parallel Investment”), the General Partner shall have the ability to request that the Investment Committee approve any Non-Parallel Investment, and upon such approval, will have the authority to make such Non-Parallel Investment for the Partnership.
The General Partner will be required to apply the following limitations for the Partnership’s portfolio:
Composition of Investments: At least 60% of the investment portfolio will be held in debt or equity securities (including swaps) of publicly traded companies (or their subsidiaries) and governments of OECD (the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development) high income countries, asset-backed securities, cash, cash equivalents and gold and other precious metals.
Concentration of Investments: Other than cash, cash equivalents and United States government obligations, the Partnership’s total exposure to any one issuer or entity will constitute no more than 15% (multiplied by the Exposure Multiplier) of the investment portfolio’s total long exposure. To the extent that the Partnership exceeds such 15% limitation (as multiplied by the Exposure Multiplier), the General Partner will promptly notify the Board in writing and if the Board requests that such concentration be lowered, the General Partner will use commercially reasonable efforts to lower concentration at the earliest practicable time.
Liquidity: The portfolio of the Partnership will be invested in such fashion that TP Re has a reasonable expectation that it can meet any of its liabilities as they become due. TP Re will review with the General Partner the liquidity of the portfolio on a periodic basis.





Net Exposure Limits: The net position (long positions less short positions) may not exceed 2 times net asset value for more than ten trading days in any 30-trading day period.





Exhibit B
REPORTING
The General Partner shall prepare the following reports:
(a)    After each calendar month end, the Partnership shall cause to be prepared to each Partner a statement of such Partner’s Capital Account.
(b)    After the end of the first three (3) quarters of a Fiscal Year, the Partnership shall cause to be prepared for TP Re a report setting out as of the end of the quarter information determined by the General Partner to be appropriate concerning assets, liabilities, profits, gains and losses of the Partnership.
(c)    The General Partner shall use commercially reasonable efforts to assist TP Re in any required internal risk management, control or compliance matters applicable to TP Re and related to this Agreement, including providing regular or ad hoc exposure and/or risk reports and preparing any internal control reviews that are reasonably deemed necessary by TP Re. The General Partner acknowledges that TP Re is subject to the regulatory and information requirements of the Bermuda Monetary Authority and A.M. Best. Furthermore, the General Partner shall use commercially reasonable efforts to give access to the Partnership’s books and records related to TP Re in case requested by the Bermuda Monetary Authority.
(d)    Notwithstanding Section 5.1.2, upon reasonable notice to the General Partner, the General Partner will use its commercially reasonable efforts to provide TP Re, TP Re’s auditors and regulators with such information as is customarily required in connection with the annual audit of TP Re’s accounts, tax compliance or compliance by TP Re with its regulatory obligations on a timely basis.
(e)    As of the first Business Day of each month, the performance and net asset value of the Partnership over the prior month.  
(f)    On a monthly basis, a report demonstrating compliance with the Guideline requiring the Partnership to generally acquire and dispose of investments on a pari passu basis with the Offshore Master Fund.
(g)    By the third Business Day of each month, the attribution of the Partnership’s performance as of the end of the prior month to (a) the top 10 and bottom 10 performance driving positions and to (b) sub-strategies and overlay hedges as defined in the monthly report of the Partnership.
(h)    The total assets under management of the Relevant Affiliated Funds as of the beginning of each month.
(i)    On a monthly basis, risk and exposure information relative to the Partnership and the Offshore Master Fund, as reasonably requested by the risk management functions of TP Re.





(j)    The open positions of the Partnership as of the last Business Day of the month, such information being subject to the confidentiality duties set forth herein.
(k)    Upon the request of TP Re, the General Partner will provide to the Investment Committee information as to the portfolio positions indirectly held by the Partnership promptly following any such request.
(l)    No later than ten Business Days prior to the applicable due date (including any application extensions), to the extent reasonably practicable the General Partner will provide to TP Re a draft of any U.S. income tax return required to be filed for the Partnership (together with schedules, statements or attachments). The General Partner shall consult with TP Re and in good faith consider any comments provided by TP Re within five Business Days of its receipt of such tax returns.
Except as otherwise specified, all information to be provided on a monthly basis shall be provided no later than ten Business Days after month end.
All information to be provided pursuant to this Exhibit B may be made available in electronic form, such as e-mail or by posting on a web site.






Schedule A
1% up
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Redemption in beginning
 
18,890,000
Return 1%
 
 
 
 
 
 
1% return
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Beg. Red
PNL
Ending Pre Red
Red
Ending Post
Difference
% diff
GP
189,000,000
 
1,900,058.54
190,900,059
-
190,900,059
Difference
% diff
TPRE
1,700,000,000
(10,000,000)
16,989,941.46
1,706,989,941
-
1,706,989,941
(10,059)
0.10
%
 
1,889,000,000
(10,000,000)
18,890,000.0
1,897,890,000
-
1,897,890,000
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Redemption at end
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Beg. Red
PNL
Ending Pre Red
Red
Ending Post
 
 
GP
189,000,000
-
1,890,000.0
190,890,000
-
190,890,000
 
 
TPRE
1,700,000,000
-
17,000,000.0
1,717,000,000
(10,000,000)
1,707,000,000
 
 
 
1,889,000,000
-
18,890,000.0
1,907,890,000
(10,000,000)
1,897,890,000
 
 






1% down
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Redemption in beginning
 
(18,890,000)
Return -1%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Beg. Red
PNL
Ending Pre Red
Red
Ending Post
 
 
GP
189,000,000
 
(1,900,058.50)
187,099,941
-
187,099,941
 
 
TPRE
1,700,000,000
(10,000,000)
(16,989,941.50)
1,673,010,059
-
1,673,010,059
 
 
 
1,889,000,000
(10,000,000)
(18,890,000.00)
1,860,110,000
-
1,860,110,000
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Redemption at end
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1%
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Beg. Red
PNL
Ending Pre Red
Red
Ending Post
Difference
% diff
GP
189,000,000
 
(1,890,000.00)
187,110,000
-
187,110,000
Difference
% diff
TPRE
1,700,000,000
 
(17,000,000.00)
1,683,000,000
(10,000,000)
1,673,000,000
(10,059)
0.10%
 
1,889,000,000
 
(18,890,000.00)
1,870,110,000
(10,000,000)
1,860,110,000
 
 



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