14 Jan

Corporate Governance Statement

CHEMX MATERIALS LIMITED ACN 644 982 123 (Company) CORPORATE GOVERNANCE STATEMENT This Corporate Governance Statement is current as at 19 July 2021 and has been approved by the Board of the Company on that date. This Corporate Governance Statement discloses the extent to which the Company will, as at the date of admission to the Official List of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) follow the recommendations set by the ASX Corporate Governance Council in its publication Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations 4 th Edition ( Recommendations ). The Recommendations are not mandatory, however the Recommendations that will not be followed for any part of the reporting period from the date of admission to the Official List of the ASX have been identified and reasons provided for not following them along with what (if any) alternative governance practices will be adopted in lieu of the recommendation during that period. The Company has adopted a number of corporate documents which provide the written terms of reference for the Company’s corporate governance duties. Due to the current size and nature of the existing Board and the magnitude of the Company’s operations, the Board does not consider that the Company will gain any benefit from individual Board committees and that its resources would be better utilised in other areas as the Board is of the strong view that at this stage the experience and skill set of the current Board is sufficient to perform these roles. Under the Company’s Board Charter, the duties that would ordinarily be assigned to individual committees are currently carried out by the full Board under the written terms of reference for those committees. The Company’s corporate documents are available on the Company’s website at www.chemxmaterials.com.au . RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION Principle 1: Lay solid foundations for management and oversight Recommendation 1.1 a) A listed entity should have and disclose a board charter which sets out the respective roles and responsibilities of the Board, the Chair and management, and includes a description of those matters expressly reserved to the Board and those delegated to management. YES The Company has adopted a Board Charter that sets out the specific roles and responsibilities of the Board, the Chair and Management and includes a description of those matters expressly reserved to the Board and those delegated to Management. The Board Charter sets out the specific responsibilities of the Board, requirements as to the Board’s composition, the roles and RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION responsibilities of the Chair and Company Secretary, the establishment, operation and management of Board Committees, Directors’ access to Company records and information, details of the Board’s relationship with management, details of the Board’s performance review and details of the Board’s disclosure policy. A copy of the Company’s Board Charter is available on the Company’s website. Recommendation 1.2 A listed entity should: a) undertake appropriate checks before appointing a director or senior executive or putting someone forward for election as a Director; and b) provide security holders with all material information in its possession relevant to a decision on whether or not to elect or re-elect a Director. YES a) The Company has guidelines for the appointment and selection of Directors and Senior Executives within its Board Charter and Nominations Committee Charter. The Nomination Committee Charter requires the Nomination Committee (or, in its absence, the Board) to ensure appropriate checks ( including checks in respect of character, experience, education, criminal record and bankruptcy history (as appropriate)) are undertaken before appointing a person, or putting forward to security holders a candidate for election, as a Director. In the event of an unsatisfactory check, a Director is required to submit their resignation. b) Under the Nomination Committee Charter, a ll material information relevant to a decision on whether or not to elect or re-elect a Director must be provided to security holders in the Notice of Meeting containing the resolution to elect or re-elect a Director. Recommendation 1.3 A listed entity should have a written agreement with each Director and senior executive setting out the terms of their appointment. YES The Company’s Nomination Committee Charter requires the Nomination Committee (or, in its absence, the Board) to ensure that each Director and Senior Executive is personally a party to a written agreement with the Company which sets out the terms of that Director’s or Senior Executive’s appointment. The Company has written agreements with each of its Directors and Senior Executives. RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION Recommendation 1.4 The Company Secretary of a listed entity should be accountable directly to the Board, through the Chair, on all matters to do with the proper functioning of the Board. YES The Board Charter outlines the roles, responsibility and accountability of the Company Secretary. In accordance with this, the Company Secretary is accountable directly to the Board, through the Chair, on all matters to do with the proper functioning of the Board. Recommendation 1.5 A listed entity should: a) have and disclose a diversity policy; b) through its board or a committee of the board set measurable objectives for achieving gender diversity in the composition of its board, senior executives and workforce generally; and c) disclose in relation to each reporting period: i. the measurable objectives set for that period to achieve gender diversity; ii. the entity’s progress towards achieving those objectives; and iii. either: (A) the respective proportions of men and women on the Board, in senior executive positions and across the whole workforce (including how the entity has defined “senior executive” for these purposes); or (A) if the entity is a “relevant employer” under the Workplace Gender Equality Act, the entity’s most recent “Gender Equality Indicators”, as defined in the Workplace Gender Equality Act. If the entity was in the S&P / ASX 300 Index at the commencement of the reporting period, the measurable objective for achieving gender diversity in the YES a) The Company has adopted a Diversity Policy which provides a framework for the Company to establish, achieve and measure diversity objectives, including in respect of gender diversity. The Diversity Policy is available, on the Company’s website. b) The Diversity Policy allows the Board to set measurable gender diversity objectives and to continually monitor the objectives and the Company’s progress in achieving them. c) The Board did not set measurable gender diversity objectives for the past financial year, as it was not yet a listed company. RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION composition of its board should be to have not less than 30% of its directors of each gender within a specified period. If the entity was in the S&P / ASX 300 Index at the commencement of the reporting period, the measurable objective for achieving gender diversity in the composition of its board should be to have not less than 30% of its directors of each gender within a specified period. Recommendation 1.6 A listed entity should: a) have and disclose a process for periodically evaluating the performance of the B oard, its committees and individual Directors; and b) disclose for each reporting period whether a performance evaluation has been undertaken in accordance with that process during or in respect of that period. YES a) The Company’s Nomination Committee (or, in its absence, the Board) is responsible for evaluating the performance of the Board, its committees and individual D irectors on an annual basis. It may do so with the aid of an independent advisor. The process for this is set out within the Nomination Committee Charter, which is available on the Company’s website. b) The Company’s Performance Evaluation Policy requires the Company to disclose whether or not performance evaluations were conducted during the relevant reporting period. The Company has not as at the date of admission to the Official List of the ASX completed performance evaluations in respect of the Board, in accordance with the above process. Recommendation 1.7 A listed entity should: a) have and disclose a process for evaluating the performance of its senior executives at least once every reporting period; and b) disclose for each reporting period whether a performance evaluation has been undertaken in accordance with that process during or in respect of that period. YES a) The Company’s Nomination Committee (or, in its absence, the Board) is responsible for evaluating the performance of the Company’s Senior Executives on an annual basis. The Board is responsible for evaluating the remuneration of the Company’s Senior Executives on an annual basis. A Senior Executive, for these purposes, means Key Management Personnel (as defined in the Corporations Act) other than a non-executive Director. b) The applicable processes for these evaluations can be found in the Company’s Performance Evaluation Policy, which is available on the Company’s website. RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION c) The Company has not as at the date of admission to the Official List of the ASX completed performance evaluations in respect of the Senior Executives. Principle 2: Structure the Board to be effective and add value Recommendation 2.1 The Board of a listed entity should: a) have a nomination committee which: i. has at least three members, a majority of whom are independent Directors; and ii. is chaired by an independent Director, and disclose: iii. the charter of the committee; iv. the members of the committee; and v. as at the end of each reporting period, the number of times the committee met throughout the period and the individual attendances of the members at those meetings; or b) if it does not have a nomination committee, disclose that fact and the processes it employs to address Board succession issues and to ensure that the Board has the appropriate balance of skills, knowledge, experience, independence and diversity to enable it to discharge its duties and responsibilities effectively. NO a) The Company’s Nomination Committee Charter provides for the creation of a Nomination Committee (if it is considered it will benefit the Company), with at least three members, a majority of whom are Independent Directors, and which must be chaired by an Independent Director b) The Company does not have a Nomination Committee as the Board does not consider the Company would benefit from its establishment. In accordance with the Company’s Board Charter, the Board will carrie out the duties that would ordinarily be carried out by the Nomination Committee under the Nomination Committ ee Charter, including the following processes to address succession issues and to ensure the Board has the appropriate balance of skills, experience, independence and knowledge of the entity to enable it to discharge its duties and responsibilities effectively: ii. devoting time at least annually to discuss Board succession issues and updating the Company’s Board skills matrix; and iii. all Board members being involved in the Company’s nomination process, to the maximum extent permitted under the Corporations Act and ASX Listing Rules. Recommendation 2.2 A listed entity should have and disclose a Board skills matrix setting out the mix of skills that the Board currently has or is looking to achieve in its membership. YES Under the Nomination Committee Charter, the Nomination Committee (or, in its absence, the Board) is required to prepare a Board skills matrix setting out the mix of skills that the Board currently has (or is looking to achieve) and to review this at least annually against the Company’s Board skills matrix to ensure the appropriate mix of skills to discharge its obligations effectively RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION and to add value and to ensure the Board has the ability to d eal with new and emerging business and governance issues. The Company has, a Board Skill Matrix setting out the mix of skills and diversity that the Board currently has or is looking to achieve in its membership. The Board Charter requires the disclosure of each Board member’s qualifications and expertise. Full details as to each Director and senior executive’s relevant skills and experience will be made available in the Company’s Annual Report and on the website. Recommendation 2.3 A listed entity should disclose: a) the names of the Directors considered by the Board to be independent Directors; b) if a Director has an interest, position or relationship of the type described in Box 2.3 of the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations (4th Edition), but the Board is of the opinion that it does not compromise the independence of the Director, the nature of the interest, position or relationship in question and an explanation of why the Board is of that opinion; and c) the length of service of each Director YES a) The Board Charter requires the disclosure of the names of Directors considered by the Board to be independent. The Board considers there are two (2) Independent Directors. b) The Company has disclosed in its Annual Report and the Company’s website any instances where this applies and an explanation of the Board's opinon why the relevant Director is still considered to be independent. c) The Company’s Annual Report/website discloses the length of service of each Director, as at the end of each financial year. Recommendation 2.4 A majority of the Board of a listed entity should be independent Directors. NO The Company’s Board Charter requires that, where practical, the majority of the Board should be independent. There is not an independent majority of the Board. The Board does not consider an independent majority of the Board will be appropriate given: a) the speculative nature of the Company’s business, and its limited scale of activities, means the Company only needs, and can only commercially sustain, a small Board of four (4) Directors at present and no Senior Executives other than the Executive Director(s) and the Company Secretary; RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION b) the Company considers at least two ( 2 ) Directors need to be E xecutive Directors for the Company to be effectively managed; and c) the Company consid ers it necessary, given its speculative and small scale activities, to attract and retain suitable Directors by offering Directors an interest in the Company. The Board has taken the following steps to structure the Board to add value despite not having an independent majority of Directors: a) appointing Diretors based on their skills in management, mining exploration, finance, accounting and corprorate governance. Recommendation 2.5 The Chair of the Board of a listed entity should be an independent Director and, in particular, should not be the same person as the CEO of the entity. YES The Board Charter provides that, where practical, the Chair of the Board should be an Independent Director and should not be the CEO/Managing Director. The Chair of the Company during the past financial year was an Independent Director and was not the CEO/Managing Director. Recommendation 2.6 A listed entity should have a program for inducting new Directors and for periodically reviewing whether there is a need for existing directors to undertake professional development to maintain the skills and knowledge needed to perform their role as Directors effectively. YES In accordance with the Company’s Board Charter, the Nominations Committee (or, in its absence, the Board) is responsible for the approval and review of induction and continuing professional development programs and procedures for Directors to ensure that they can effectively discharge their responsibilities. The Company Secretary is responsible for facilitating inductions and professional development including receiving briefings on material developments in laws, regulations and accounting standards relevant to the Company. Principle 3: Instil a culture of acting lawfully, ethically and responsibly Recommendation 3.1 A listed entity should articulate and disclose its values. YES a) The Company is committed to conducting all of its business activities fairly, honestly with a high level of integrity, and in compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations. RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION The Board, M anagement and employees are dedicated to high ethical standards and recog nise and support the Company’s commitment to compliance with these standards. b) The Company’s values are set out in its Code of Conduct and are available on the Company’s website. All employees are given appropriate training on the Company’s values and Senior Executives will continually reference such values. Recommendation 3.2 A listed entity should: a) have and disclose a code of conduct for its Directors, senior executives and employees; and b) ensure that the Board or a committee of the Board is informed of any material breaches of that code. YES a) The Company’s Corporate Code of Conduct applies to the Company’s Directors, Senior Executives and employees. b) The Company’s Corporate Code of Conduct is available on the Company’s website. Any material breaches of the Code of Conduct are reported to the Board or a Committee of the Board. Recommendation 3.3 A listed entity should: a) have and disclose a whistleblower policy; and b) ensure that the Board or a committee of the Board is informed of any material incidents reported under that policy. YES The Company’s Whistleblower Protection Policy is available on the Company’s website. Any material breaches of the Whistleblower Protection Policy are to be reported to the Board or a committee of the Board. Recommendation 3.4 A listed entity should: a) have and disclose an anti- bribery and corruption policy; and b) ensure that the Board or committee of the Board is informed of any material breaches of that policy. YES The Company’s Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy is available on the Company’s website. Any material breaches of the Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy are to be reported to the Board or a Committee of the Board. RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION Principle 4 : Safeguard the integrity of corporate reports Recommendation 4.1 The Board of a listed entity should: a) have an audit committee which: iv. has at least three members, all of whom are non-executive Directors and a majority of whom are independent Directors; and i. is chaired by an independent Director, who is not the Chair of the Board, and disclose: ii. the charter of the committee; iii. the relevant qualifications and experience of the members of the committee; and iv. in relation to each reporting period, the number of times the committee met throughout the period and the individual attendances of the members at those meetings; or b) if it does not have an audit committee, disclose that fact and the processes it employs that independently verify and safeguard the integrity of its corporate reporting, including the processes for the appointment and removal of the external auditor and the rotation of the audit engagement partner. NO a) The Company does not have an Audit & Risk Committee as the Board does not consider the Company would benefit from its establishment. b) In accordance with the Company’s Board Charter, the Board carries out the duties that would ordinarily be carried out by the Audit & Risk Committee under the Audit & Risk Committee Charter including the following processes to independently verify the integrity of the Company’s periodic reports which are not audited or reviewed by an external auditor, as well as the processes for the appointment and removal of the external auditor and the rotation of the audit engagement partner: i. the Board will devote time at annual Board meetings to fulfilling the roles and responsibilities associated with maintaining the Company’s internal audit function and arrangements with external auditors; and ii. all Directors of the Board will be involved in the Company’s audit function to ensure the proper maintenance of the entity and the integrity of all financial reporting. Recommendation 4.2 The Board of a listed entity should, before it approves the entity’s financial statements for a financial period, receive from its CEO and CFO a declaration that the financial records of the entity have been properly maintained and that the financial statements comply with the appropriate accounting standards and give a true and fair view of the financial position and performance of the entity and that the opinion has been formed on the basis of a sound YES The Company’s Audit & Risk Committee Charter requires the CEO and CFO (or, if none, the person(s) fulfilling those functions) to provide a sign off on these terms. The Company will obtain a sign off on these terms for each of its financial statements as a member of the Official List of the ASX. RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION system of risk management and internal control which is operating effectively. Recommendation 4.3 A listed entity should disclose its process to verify the integrity of any periodic corporate report it releases to the market that is not audited or reviewed by an external auditor. YES The Company will include in each of its (to the extent that the information contained in the following is not audited or reviewed by an external auditor): a) Annual Reports or on its website, a description of the process it undertook to verify the integrity of the information in its Annual Directors’ Report; b) quarterly reports, or in its Annual Report or on its website, a description of the process it undertook to verify the integrity of the information in its Quarterly Reports; c) integrated reports, or in its Annual Report (if that is a separate document to its integrated report) or on its website, a description of the process it undertook to verify the integrity of the information in its integrated reports; and d) periodic corporate reports (such as a sustainability or CSR report), or in its Annual Report or on its website, a description of the process it undertook to verify the integrity of the information in these reports. Principle 5: Make timely and balanced disclosure Recommendation 5.1 A listed entity should have and disclose a written policy for complying with its continuous disclosure obligations under listing rule 3.1. YES The Company has adopted a Continuous Disclosure Policy which is available on the Company’s website. Recommendation 5.2 A listed entity should ensure that its board receives copies of all material market announcements promptly after they have been made. YES Under the Company’s Continuous Disclosure Policy, all Directors of the Board receive material market announcements promptly after they have been made. RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION Recommendation 5.3 A listed entity that gives a new and substantive investor or analyst presentation should release a copy of the presentation materials on the ASX Market Announcements Platform ahead of the presentation. YES All substantive investor or analyst presentations will be released on the ASX Markets Announcement Platform ahead of such presentations. Principle 6: Respect the rights of security holders Recommendation 6.1 A listed entity should provide information about itself and its governance to investors via its website. YES Information about the Company and its corporate governance documents are available on the Company’s website. Recommendation 6.2 A listed entity should have an investor relations program that facilitates effective two-way communication with investors. YES The Company has adopted a Shareholder Communications Strategy which aims to promote and facilitate effective two-way communication with investors. The Strategy outlines a range of ways in which information is communicated to shareholders and is available on the Company’s website. Recommendation 6.3 A listed entity should disclose how it facilitates and encourages participation at meetings of security holders. YES Shareholders are encouraged to participate at all General Meetings and AGMs of the Company. Upon the despatch of any Notice of Meeting to Shareholders, the Company Secretary shall send out material stating that all Shareholders are encouraged to participate at the meeting. Recommendation 6.4 A listed entity should ensure that all substantive resolutions at a meeting of security holders are decided by a poll rather than by a show of hands. YES All substantive resolutions at General Meetings where practical will be decided by a poll rather than a show of hands. Recommendation 6.5 A listed entity should give security holders the option to receive communications from, and send communications to, the entity and its security registry electronically. YES The Shareholder Communication Strategy provides that security holders can register with the Company to receive email notifications when an announcement is made by the Company to the ASX, including the release of the Annual Report, half yearly reports and quarterly reports. Links are made available to the RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION Comp any’s website on which all information provided to the ASX is immediately posted. Shareholders queries should be referred to the Company Secretary at first instance. Principle 7: Recognise and manage risk Recommendation 7.1 The Board of a listed entity should: a) have a committee or committees to oversee risk, each of which: i. has at least three members, a majority of whom are independent Directors; and ii. is chaired by an independent Director, and disclose: iii. the charter of the committee; iv. the members of the committee; and v. as at the end of each reporting period, the number of times the committee met throughout the period and the individual attendances of the members at those meetings; or b) if it does not have a risk committee or committees that satisfy (a) above, disclose that fact and the process it employs for overseeing the entity’s risk management framework. NO a) The Company does not have an Audit & Risk Committee as the Board does not c onsider the Company would benefit from its establishment. b) In accordance with the Company’s Board Charter, the Board carries out the duties that would ordinarily be carried out by the Audit & Risk Committee under the Audit & Risk Committee Charter including the following processes to oversee the entity’s Risk Management Framework: i. the Board devotes time at Board meetings to fulfill the roles and responsibilities associated with overseeing risk and maintaining the entity’s risk management framework and associated internal compliance and control procedures. Recommendation 7.2 The Board or a committee of the Board should: a) review the entity’s risk management framework at least annually to satisfy itself that it continues to be sound and that the entity is operating with due regard to the risk appetite set by the Board; and b) disclose in relation to each reporting period, whether such a review has taken place. YES a) The Audit & Risk Committee Charter requires that the Audit & Risk Committee (or, in its absence, the Board) should, at least annually, satisfy itself that the Company’s Risk Management Framework continues to be sound and that the Company is operating with due regard to the risk appetite set by the Board. RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION b) The Company ’s Board will complete a review of the Company’s Risk Management Framework. Recommendation 7.3 A listed entity should disclose: a) if it has an internal audit function, how the function is structured and what role it performs; or b) if it does not have an internal audit function, that fact and the processes it employs for evaluating and continually improving the effectiveness of its governance, risk management and internal control processes. YES a) The Audit & Risk Committee Charter provides for the Audit & Risk Committee (or in its absence the Board) to monitor and periodically review the need for an internal audit function, as well as assessing the performance and objectivity of any internal audit procedures that may be in place. b) The Company does not have an internal audit function for the past financial year. In the absence of an Audit & Risk Committee, the Board is assisted in this function by an external Corporate Governance consultant. Recommendation 7.4 A listed entity should disclose whether it has any material exposure to environmental or social risks and, if it does, how it manages or intends to manage those risks. YES The Audit & Risk Committee Charter requires the Audit & Risk Committee (or, in its absence, the Board) to assist Management to determine whether the Company has any potential or apparent exposure to environmental or social risks and, if it does, put in place management systems, practices and procedures to manage those risks. The Audit & Risk Committee Charter and the Risk Management Policy require the Company to disclose whether it has any potential or apparent exposure to environmental or social risks and, if it does, put in place management systems, practices and procedures to manage those risk. Where the Company does not have material exposure to environmental or social risks, it will report the basis for that determination to the Board, and where appropriate, benchmark the Company’s environmental or social risk profile against its peers. The Company will disclose this information in its Annual Report RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION Principle 8: Remunerate fairly and responsibly Recommendation 8.1 The Board of a listed entity should: NO a) have a remuneration committee which: i. has at least three members, a majority of whom are independent Directors; and ii. is chaired by an independent Director, and disclose: iii. the charter of the committee; iv. the members of the committee; and v. as at the end of each reporting period, the number of times the committee met throughout the period and the individual attendances of the members at those meetings; or b) if it does not have a remuneration committee, disclose that fact and the processes it employs for setting the level and composition of remuneration for Director s and senior executives and ensuring that such remuneration is appropriate and not excessive. a) The Company has not established a Remuneration Committee. The Company’s has a Remuneration Committee Charter in pace that provides for the creation of a Remuneration Committee (if it is considered it will benefit the Company), with at least three (3) members, a majority of whom are be Independent Directors , and which must be chaired by an Independent Director. b) The Company does not have a Remuneration Committee; the Board did not consider the Company would benefit from its establishment. In accordance with the Company’s Board Charter, the Board carries out the duties that would ordinarily be carried out by the Remuneration Committee under the Remuneration Committee Charter, including the following processes to set the level and composition of remuneration for Directors and Senior Executives and ensuring that such remuneration is appropriate and not excessive: i. the Board will devote time at annual Board meetings to assess the level and composition of remuneration for Directors and Senior Executives. Recommendation 8.2 A listed entity should separately disclose its policies and practices regarding the remuneration of non-executive Directors and the remuneration of executive Directors and other senior executives. YES The Company’s Board Charter requires the Board to disclose its policies and practices regarding the remuneration of Directors and Senior Executives, which will be disclosed in the remuneration report contained in the Company’s Annual Report as well as being disclosed on the Company’s website. Recommendation 8.3 A listed entity which has an equity- based remuneration scheme should: a) have a policy on whether participants are permitted to enter into transactions (whether through the use of YES a) The Company established an equity- based remuneration scheme during the FY22 financial year. The Company did have a policy on whether participants are permitte d to enter into transactions (whether through the use of RECOMMENDATIONS (4 TH EDITION) COMPLY EXPLANATION derivatives or otherwise) which limit the economic risk of participating in the scheme; and b) disclose that policy or a summary of it. derivatives or otherwise) which limit the economic risk of participating in the scheme. b) A copy of the Trading Policy and Employee Securities Incentive Plan is provided on the Company’s website Additional recommendations that apply only in certain cases Recommendation 9.1 A listed entity with a director who does not speak the language in which board or security holder meetings are held or key corporate documents are written should disclose the processes it has in place to ensure the director understands and can contribute to the discussions at those meetings and understands and can discharge their obligations in relation to those documents. N/A Recommendation 9.2 A listed entity established outside Australia should ensure that meetings of security holders are held at a reasonable place and time. N/A Recommendation 9.3 A listed entity established outside Australia, and an externally managed listed entity that has an AGM, should ensure that its external auditor attends its AGM and is available to answer questions from security holders relevant to the audit. N/A
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