DocumentsAudit Committee Charter PDF file - 0.2 MB Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Charter PDF file - 0.2 MB Compensation Committee Charter PDF file - 0.2 MB Code of Business Conduct & Ethics PDF file - 0.2 MB Insider Trading Policy PDF file - 0.2 MB Corporate Disclosure Policy PDF file - 0.2 MB Whistleblower Policy PDF file - 0.1 MB Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy PDF file - 0.2 MB
Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
The Code of Business Conduct is designed to promote, among other things, honest and ethical conduct, the confidentiality of corporate information, avoidance of conflicts of interest, protection and proper use of corporate assets, and compliance with applicable governmental laws, rules and regulations. It prompts internal reporting of violations of the Code and ensures accountability for adherence to the Code.
Paul Sweeney (Chair), Sally Eyre, and Mark Wellings.
Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee:
Sally Eyre (Chair), Mike Haworth, and Roberto Dunn
Mark Wellings (Chair), Paul Sweeney and Brian Dalton
Deloitte, Toronto, Ontario Canada
The Audit Committee is a standing committee of the board of directors of Adventus Mining Corporation charged with assisting the Board in fulfilling its financial oversight responsibilities by reviewing the financial reports and other financial information provided by the Corporation to regulatory authorities and shareholders, the Corporation's systems of internal controls regarding finance and accounting and the Corporation's auditing, accounting and financial reporting processes.
The purpose of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee is to identify and recommend to the Board of Directors of Adventus Mining Corporation individuals qualified to be nominated for election to the Board and recommend to the Board the members and Chair for each Board committee, and develop and recommend corporate governance principles for the Corporation.
The purpose of the Compensation Committee is to assist the board of directors of Adventus Mining Corporation in overseeing compensation and succession planning matters, including the Board’s responsibilities of appointing, compensating and evaluating and planning for the succession of officers and other senior management personnel of the Corporation; and approving the Corporation’s annual compensation budget; and reviewing and approving matters related to the Corporation’s pension plans, if any.
In accordance with the Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (“ESTMA”), the Company has advised Natural Resources Canada that it made no reportable payments for the following years: