Corporate Governance

The primary role of the Aspermont Board (Board) is the protection and enhancement of long-term shareholder value. The Board is accountable to shareholders for the performance of the company. It directs and monitors the business and affairs of the company on behalf of shareholders and is responsible for the company's overall corporate governance.

The company is committed to a governance framework using the Australian Securities Exchanges (ASX) Principles of Good Governance and Best Practice Recommendations.

Aspermont's Corporate Governance Statement has been prepared in line with the ASX Corporate Governance Council's Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations.

A company should lay solid foundations for management and oversight


Board Charter

Audit and Risk Committee Charter

Remuneration Committee Charter

Nomination Committee Charter

Policies, Procedures and Disclosures:

Corporate Code of Conduct

Performance Evaluation Policy

Continuous Disclosure Policy

Risk Management Policy

Trading Policy

Diversity Policy

Whistleblower Protection Policy

Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy

Shareholder Communications Strategy

Annexure A - Definition of Independence

Other Related Links:

Aspermont Constitution

Director Biographies

Executive Team Biographies

Group Editorial Policy

Corporate Social Responsibility

To be successful, we need customers and suppliers who want to do business with us, employees who want to work for us and investors who want to buy our shares for their long term value.

Aspermont's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policies are integrated into our core values and culture and are fundamental to the way we do business around the world.

This is because CSR is integral to sustainable shareholder value. We must manage social, ethical, environmental and other non-financial drivers so that we can build a stable and resilient company.

Further information about Aspermont's CSR policies, practices, performance and reporting can be obtained by contacting