The Board is responsible for the leadership and direction of the Group and is ultimately responsible to the Company’s shareholders for the Group’s long-term success. The Board takes the lead in areas such as strategy, financial policy and making sure we maintain a sound system of internal control. By delegating authority to its Committees, the Board directs and reviews the Group’s operations within an agreed framework of controls, allowing risk to be assessed and managed within agreed parameters.

Chairman

Key Responsibilities

It is the Chairman’s duty to provide overall leadership and governance of the Board. In performing this role, the Chairman sets the Board agenda, ensures that adequate time is available for discussion of all agenda items and promotes a culture of openness, challenge and debate at Board meetings. The Chairman is also responsible for ensuring that the Directors have an understanding of the views of major shareholders.

Chief Executive Officer

Key Responsibilities

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for executive management of the Group’s business, consistent with the strategy and commercial objectives agreed by the Board. He leads the senior management team in effecting decisions of the Board and its Committees and is responsible for the maintenance and protection of the reputation of the Group. The Chief Executive Officer is also responsible for ensuring that the affairs of the Group are conducted with the highest standards of integrity, probity and corporate governance.

Nomination
committee

Key Responsibilities

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) supports the Chief Executive Officer in carrying out their responsibilities.

The CFO is responsible for managing the Company’s finances through financial planning, management of financial risks and ensuring the accurate reporting of finances.

Audit
committee

Key Responsibilities

The Chief Operating Officer (COO) supports the Chief Executive Officer in carrying out their responsibilities.

The COO ensures the effective operational controls and reporting procedures for the business to be able to grow and achieve the strategic objectives.

Nomination
committee

Key Responsibilities

  • Overseeing financial reporting
  • Internal control systems
  • Risk management systems
  • Internal and external audit functions

Audit
committee

Key Responsibilities

  • Board succession planning
  • Determining the skills and characteristics needed in Board candidates to ensure a diverse skillset

Remuneration
committee

Key Responsibilities

  • Setting remuneration policy for Executive Directors
  • Operating the Company’s share incentive arrangements
  • Senior management remuneration

Board diversity

Board Tenure

Gender Diversity

Executive/Non-Executive Split