Maggie Beer Holdings adopted a new Company Constitution following shareholder approval at its 2018 Annual General Meeting of shareholders. To view a copy of the Constitution, click here.
Maggie Beer Holdings’ Directors recognise the need for a high standard of behaviour and accountability, and support good corporate governance practices. The Board considers that adequate measures have been taken in the areas of board structure and responsibility definition, timely and adequate disclosure for the best interests of shareholders, minimising risk by reinforcing internal controls, as well as overall compliance with the ASX Listing Rules.
The ASX has issued its principles of Good Corporate Governance and Best Practice Recommendations (“ASX Recommendations”) and Maggie Beer Holdings’ practices comply with the Council`s best practice recommendations.
A top level description of the Company’s main corporate governance practices is set out below:
- Lay Solid Foundations for Management and Oversight
- Structure the Board to Add Value
- Promote Ethical and Responsible Decision Making
- Safeguard Integrity in Financial Reporting
- Make Timely and Balanced Disclosure
- Respect the Rights of Shareholders
- Recognise and Manage Risk
- Remunerate Fairly and Responsibly
Looking to the future
Here you will be able to find all key documents relating to the company’s Corporate Governance.
The company’s previous name – Longtable Group Limited, was changed on 16 July 2020. The company was renamed as Maggie Beer Holdings to better reflect the principal brand of the Company and the focus on a premium portfolio of food brands that it represents.
- Board Charter
- Communications Policy
- Remuneration Policy
- Remuneration and Nomination Committee Charter
- Anti-Discrimination Sexual Harassment and Bullying Policy
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
- Audit & Risk Management Committee Charter