Macquarie’s approach to corporate governance is to:
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Macquarie recognises that independent directors have an important role in assuring shareholders that the Board is able to act in the best interests of Macquarie and independently of management. The Policy on Board Renewal, Appointment of Directors and Board Performance Review sets out the fundamental factors relevant to the selection and appointment of new Directors.
|Macquarie Independent Directors||Macquarie Board||Audit||Governance
|Nicola Wakefield Evans||Member||Member||Chair||Member||-||Member|
|Macquarie Executive Voting Director||Macquarie Board||Audit||Governance and Compliance||Nominating||Remuneration||Risk|
Macquarie believes that shareholders, regulators, ratings agencies and the investment community should be informed of all major business events and risks that influence Macquarie in a factual, timely and widely available manner. Macquarie’s continuous disclosure policy is incorporated in the Continuous Disclosure and External Communications Policy.
Macquarie’s Constitution sets out requirements concerning the setting of board size, meetings, election of directors and the powers and duties of directors. The Board Charter details the Board’s role and responsibilities and its relationship with Management. Macquarie’s five standing Board Committees assist the Board in its oversight role. The Board Committee Charters detail the composition and responsibilities of each Committee and how they exercise their authority.