Corporate Governance and Policies

The Anchor Resources Limited group (“Anchor”), through its Board and executives, recognises the need to establish and maintain corporate governance policies and practices that reflect the requirements of the market regulators and participants, and the expectations of members and others who deal with Anchor. These policies and practices remain under constant review as the corporate governance environment and good practices evolve.

Board Charter

This Charter sets out the role, responsibilities, structure and processes of the Board of directors of Anchor Resources Limited (Company).

Shareholder Communication Policy

Anchor recognises the importance of providing its shareholders with access to up-to-date information and the ability to participate in shareholder decisions of the company.
Communication between the Anchor Board, the shareholders, and the broader investment community is encouraged, subject to compliance with the continuous disclosure obligations contained in the Listing Rules of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) and the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), and the Anchor Continuous Disclosure Policy.

Audit Committee Charter

The Board of Directors have established a Committee of the Board to review the scope and effectiveness of the external audit function. This Committee is known as the Audit Committee. The function of the Committee is to review and investigate any reports or findings arising from any audit function.

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