The role of the board is to act in the best interests of the company thereby effectively representing, and promoting the interests of, shareholders with a view to adding long-term value to the company’s shares.
Argosy recognises that it is exposed to risks, and commits to effectively manage risks affecting its business, employees, tenants, suppliers and other stakeholders.
Argosy acknowledges the importance for it and its staff to be cognisant of the potential ramifications of such trading, and to comply with all applicable legal obligations.
Argosy acknowledges the importance of conducting its business honestly and with integrity, and for it and its staff to be cognisant of the potential ramifications of actual and potential conflicts of interest.
Argosy is committed to achieving outstanding performance and results within the listed property sector to provide value to our shareholders, while considering the interests of workers, tenants, the community and others with whom we do business.
The objective of the remuneration committee is to assist the Board in reviewing the remuneration and compensation of senior employees of the Company.
The objective of the committee is to assist the Board by overseeing the financial, accounting and risk management responsibilities of the Company.
Argosy is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and inclusive workforce practices in order to harness the business benefits of diversity.
This policy seeks to ensure that all investors and analysts are treated equally and have access to the same set of information.
The objective of this policy is to ensure that external audit independence is maintained.
This policy describes how Argosy will comply with its continuous disclosure obligations.