Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance requires the implementation of processes, policies and structures, coupled with the ability to remain disciplined in carrying them through. This implementation is critical in allowing for the effective management of company affairs.

The company’s directors, employees and managers are required to use competence and fair judgment, while acting with honesty and integrity, to make decisions that result in the best interest of its stakeholders. The directors’ fundamental objective is to enhance and preserve long-term shareholders’ equity. With this, they are also responsible for the strategic initiatives of the company and overseeing management; who is accountable for the day to day conduct of the business.

Directors, management and employees are expected to meet regularly to review and modify internal policies and procedures, with an aim to maximize efficiency and effectiveness of operations.

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