The Corporate Governance Report within the St. James's Place Report and Accounts explains the approach the company has taken to apply the principles and provisions set out in the UK Corporate Governance Code.
Download the Corporate Governance Report (PDF) for the year ended 31 December 2015.
The board has formally constituted four non-executive committees, being the Audit, Risk, Remuneration and Nomination Committees. The membership and terms of reference of these committees are reviewed at least annually.
Simon Jeffreys (Chair)
Iain Cornish (Chair)
Roger Yates (Chair)
Sarah Bates (Chair)
St. James’s Place believes that as a Company we have a collective responsibility to ensure we comply with relevant rules and regulations and to ensure that the Company’s good reputation is not jeopardised by the actions of any individual within it. St. James’s Place therefore operates a Whistleblowing policy, whereby it encourages all employees and members of the St. James's Place Partnership to report, at the earliest opportunity, any instances of wrongdoing of which they become aware. The Company’s Whistleblowers’ Champion is the Chair of the Audit Committee. The terms of the St. James's Place Whistleblowing Policy can be accessed here.
Our Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policy
The purpose of this Statement is to state clearly the commitment of the St. James's Place Group to ensuring the prevention of bribery and corruption. These are crimes for which the Group has zero tolerance. The Group aims to protect itself, its clients, shareholders, employees and other associated companies from any involvement in bribery and corruption.
Download the Anti-Bribery & Corruption Policy Statement 2016 for further information.
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