This principle requires that the Company respect the rights of its security holders and facilitate the effective exercise of those rights.
The Company is owned by its security holders and the board’s primary responsibility is to security holders and to achieve the Company’s corporate objectives and therefore increase the Company’s value.
The Board provides security holders with information using a comprehensive Continuous Disclosure Policy which includes identifying matters that may have a material effect on the price of the Company’s securities, notifying them to the ASX, posting them on the Company’s website, and issuing media releases. The main communications with security holders are the Annual Reports, Half yearly Reports, Annual General Meetings and any Extra-ordinary General Meetings. More details of the policy are available on the Company’s website www.charpac.com.au .
The Board believes that the Company is fully compliant with Principle 6 and its recommendations.