Corporate Governance

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Responsibilities of the members of the Board of Directors

From 28 September 2018, the Company is required under the AIM Rules to comply with a recognised corporate governance code chosen by the Board. The Board recognises the importance of sound corporate governance and intends that the Company will comply with the provisions of the QCA Code. The Company shall disclose on its website how it complies with the QCA Code and where it departs from the QCA Code, will explain the reasons for doing so.


Audit Committee

A minimum of two non-executive directors

The Audit Committee is primarily responsible for ensuring that the financial performance of the company is properly measured and reported on for reviewing reports from auditors relating to the company’s accounting and internal controls and for reviewing the effectiveness of the company’s systems of internal control.

Terms of Reference – Audit Committee


Remuneration Committee

A minimum of two non-executive directors.

The Remuneration Committee is primarily responsible for monitoring and approving all elements of the executive directors’ remuneration, as well as their performance management.

Terms of Reference – Remuneration Committee


Nomination committee

A minimum of two non-executive directors.

The Nomination Committee is primarily responsible for appointing new board members.

Terms of Reference – Nominations Committee


Risk Committee

A minimum of two non-executive directors

The purpose of the Risk Management Committee (the “Committee”) is to identify, assess, monitor and manage risk. The Committee is to oversee, report and make recommendations to the Board in respect of financial and non-financial risks faced by the Company.

Terms of Reference – Risk Committee


The above information has been disclosed pursuant to Rule 26 of the AIM Rules for Companies. Information last updated 7 December 2020.

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