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Corporate Governance Framework

Our corporate governance framework sets out the necessary responsibilities and procedures that guarantee we operate properly.


29. As part of your work you will have access to sensitive information, including commercial, political and personal information. You must not share or make use of any such information, except for the proper delivery of your duties.

30. Failure to follow this requirement will be regarded as a serious matter and will be notified to the Chair and to the Chief Executive as Accounting Officer.

31. In addition, you should aim to prevent the unauthorised publication or disclosure of such information by another person. If you believe that an unauthorised disclosure has taken place, or might do so, you should discuss your concerns immediately with the Chair and the Chief Executive as Accounting Officer.

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