Corporate Governance Statement
RungePincockMinarco’s corporate governance practices accord with the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations.
RPM Constitution (Current and Proposed Update)
RungePincockMinarco’s current constitution (as per listing in 2008) can be found here.
There have been a number of developments in law including the Corporations Act and ASX Listing Rules, applicable regulatory requirements and developments in general corporate practices for ASX listed companies since 2008, and accordingly at this year’s (2016) Annual General Meeting, the Company will be proposing to shareholders that it is appropriate to revise and update the Constitution. For efficiency the Company’s directors consider it more appropriate to adopt a new constitution rather than approving numerous amendments to the existing constitution. If approved, the New Constitution will replace the Existing Constitution in its entirety, and will be effective from the close of the 2016 annual general meeting (to be held on a date to be determined on or before 30 November 2016).
The proposed New Constitution is available to view here.
Board and Board Committees
RungePincockMinarco’s Board of Directors is accountable to shareholders for the performance of the company. The Board comprises three non-executive Directors and one executive Director.
The Board Charter sets out the responsibilities, power and authority of the Board and Board sub-committees, and the delegations to management.
RungePincockMinarco’s Board has established a number of committees to assist it in the performance of its duties. The committee rules and charters are as follows:
- Audit and Risk Committee Charter
- Human Resources and Remuneration Committee Charter
- Nominations Committee Charter
Policies and Codes
RungePincockMinarco has developed and adopted a number of policies and codes to guide Directors, management and personnel in the performance of their duties: