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Policy

Corporate Governance Framework

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

Confidentiality

7. The Commission recognises that you may want to raise a concern in confidence under this policy. If you ask us to protect your identity, we will not disclose it without your consent. However, in some circumstances this may make it more difficult to fully investigate the matter. If the situation arises where we are not able to resolve the concern without revealing your identity, we will discuss with you how we can proceed.

8. If you do not tell us who you are, it will be much more difficult for us to look into the matter, protect your position, or give you feedback. Accordingly, while we will consider anonymous reports, this policy is not designed to deal with concerns raised anonymously.

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