Set out below are the following significant policies instigated and monitored by the Board of Directors under the terms of the above Charter, Share trading policy, Continuous disclosure, Shareholder communication, Risk management, Performance and evaluation of Directors and Executives, and Remuneration of Directors and Executives.
- ComOps Share Trading Policiy
- ComOps Continuous Disclosure Policy
- ComOps Shareholder Communication Policy
No Director, senior Executive or employee shall purchase or sell Company securities, or securities of a company in a “special relationship” with the Company, while in possession of material information concerning the Company or such a Company that has not previously been generally disclosed to the investing public for at least two business days.
Nor shall an employee inform any individual or entity of any such material information, except in the necessary course of business.
Employees are encouraged to invest in the Company’s securities, but must avoid trading when in possession of confidential material information which, if generally available, would reasonably be expected to either have an effect on the market price or value of those securities or affect an investor’s decision as to whether to buy, sell or hold securities in the Company.
Directors and Executives are required to give prior notice to the Chairman of any dealings in Company securities by themselves or their associates and to provide particulars of any transactions immediately following execution. The Secretary is to make the requisite notifications to ASX following the transaction finalisation.
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The independent Auditor will attend the annual general meeting to respond to questions from shareholders on the conduct of the audit and the preparation and content of the audit report.
- ComOps Corporate Risk Management Policy
- Performance of Directors and Executives
- Remuneration of Directors and Executives
It has not established a separate committee to deal with these matters, as the Directors consider the size of the Company and its operations does not warrant a separate committee at this time.
The Board of Directors has identified the significant areas of risk applicable to the Company and its operations and considers the matter of risk management on an on-going basis at its monthly meetings.
The remuneration and nomination committee is required to undertake a review of the performance of Directors, and senior Executives on an annual basis.
The Directors determine the allocation of the aggregate remuneration, or part thereof, between themselves.
There are no schemes or provisions for retirement benefits for Non-executive Directors other than statutory benefits and accumulated superannuation.
(Particulars as to the remuneration of the Directors and senior Executives during the year ended 31 December 2009 are set out in the accompanying notes to the financial statements.)
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