Corporate Governance Committee Charter
Not less than 2 non–executive directors as appointed by the Board from time to time. It may invite other Directors to attend meetings.
To assist the Board of Directors fulfil its duties, the Committee shall review and make recommendations to the Board in relation to:
Ensuring the Company has appropriate ethical standards and corporate governance policies and practices, and
Issuing an annual corporate governance statement.
As appointed by the Board.
The Chairman of the Committee shall be an independent, non-executive Director.
The Committee Chairman shall:
oversee planning and conduct of Committee meetings including approval of the agenda and minutes;
oversee reporting and verbal presentations to the Board from the Committee; and
be involved in selection of Committee members as appropriate.
All members will be non-executive Directors.
The Chairman will call meetings as required.
Quorum – 2 members.
Relevant management may attend Committee meetings by invitation.
Authority & powers:
To obtain information from, and access to,management.
To consult directly with external advisors as required.
To meet independently of management, internal orexternal auditors, if required.
To obtain independent advice as appropriate.
Decision making powers are retained by the Board.
Responsibilities relative to management :
The Committee will specify the support it requires from management to carry out its responsibilities.
Reporting mechanism to board:
The Chairman of the Committee will report and, as appropriate, make recommendations to the Board after each meeting of the Committee on matters dealt with by the Committee.
The Charter, composition and annual agenda for the Committee will be reviewed at least annually. Any changes to this Charter will require approval of the Board.
The Board will review the effectiveness of the Committee as appropriate.
To consider and make recommendations to the Board concerning:
(a) Governance policies in light of best practice, regulatory developments and the needs of the company including policies for continuous disclosure and dealings in securities.
(b) The corporate governance statement for inclusion in the Company’s Annual Report in accordance with ASX Listing Rule 4.10.3.
(c) The company’s ethical standards including the Code of Conduct.
- Equal Opportunity & Diversity Policy
- Board Charter
- Audit Committee Charter
- Risk and Sustainability Committee Charter
- Remuneration and Nomination Committee Charter
- Corporate Governance Committee Charter
- Securities Dealing Policy
- Risk Management Policy
- Continuous Disclosure and Market Communications Policy
- Shareholder Communications Policy
- Code of Conduct
- Whistleblower Policy
- Corporate Values Statement
- Corporate Governance Statement