The Board of Directors considers it to be its primary responsibility to represent and advance the interests of Shareholders and to protect the interests of all stakeholders of the Group, considered as a whole. To fulfil this responsibility, the Board oversees the management of the Business by, among other things:
- determining the strategic direction and objectives of the Business and approving its annual business plans and budgets; and
- monitoring the Group’s achievement of these goals, including in particular its operational and financial position and performance.
The Board is committed to maximising the performance of the Group, generating an appropriate level of Shareholder value and financial return and sustaining the growth and success of the Group. In conducting the Business with these overriding objectives, the Board seeks to ensure that the Group is properly managed to protect and enhance Shareholder interests and that the Group, its directors, officers and personnel operate in an appropriate environment of corporate governance.
Accordingly, the Board has developed and adopted a framework of corporate governance policies and practices, risk management practices and relevant internal controls that it believes are appropriate for the Business, given its nature and size, and that are designed to promote the responsible management and conduct of the Group.
- Corporate Governance Statement
- Anti-bribery and Corruption Policy
- Audit and Risk Committee Charter
- Board Charter
- Code of Conduct
- Continuous Disclosure Policy
- Diversity Policy
- Nomination, Remuneration and HR Committee Charter
- Securities Trading Policy
- Shareholder Communication Policy
- Whistleblower Policy