The Manager
The Manager
Corporate Governance

The Manager is committed to upholding the highest standards of corporate governance and transparency in our business operations. The Manager has in place a robust corporate governance framework which provides specific guidance on compliance with laws and regulations, anti-corruption practices and risk management. Procedures are also in place to assess and manage the risk of non-compliance, including anti-money laundering policies, trading bans and pre-trading notifications.

For more details on the Managers' corporate governance practices, please refer to the latest Corporate Governance Report found here.

Code of Conduct and Whistleblowing Policy

The Manager embraces an internal code on General Conduct & Discipline that sets out the framework and guidelines for staff on ethical values such as honesty and responsibility, as well as appropriate conduct for our employees.

The Whistleblowing Policy further provides an avenue for employees (both permanent and short-term) and external parties to raise concerns about illegal, unethical or otherwise inappropriate behaviour observed in the course of our businesses. These include questionable accounting, fraud or employee misconduct. The policy contains strong assurance that whistleblowers will be protected from reprisals or victimisation if reports are made in good faith or are not malicious and it further provides guidance in its enforcement by listing examples of reportable behaviour. The three direct reporting channels that have been set apart and handled with confidential safeguards are: Group General Counsel, Head of Internal Audit and Chairman of Audit Committee. For queries or to make a report, please write to


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