Our corporate governance framework protects and enhances value for our investors
ISPT maintain a ‘do no harm’ investment and operating philosophy and responsible investing principles are embedded throughout our business. We have a number of formal policies to outline our commitments and ensure we comply with our legislative obligations, while also upholding the ISPT values. These include:
Human Rights Policy
We act ethically and responsibly and our formal Human Rights policy outlines our commitment to upholding internationally-recognised human rights standards. Our policy embeds human rights principles within our operations and ensure the values of our business partners and suppliers are aligned. Read more here.
ISPT Code of Conduct
We’re committed to conducting business with honesty, integrity and trust. We treat everyone we work with, internally and externally, with dignity and respect. Our formal Code of Conduct reflects our values and provides our team with guiding principles to help make day-to-day decisions, whether at work, on work-related business, or otherwise representing ISPT. Read more here.
Supplier Code of Conduct
We view our suppliers as business partners and we’re aware that their practises and behaviours can have an impact on our business and reputation. It’s important to ISPT that our suppliers share the same beliefs around responsible supply chain management that we do and our Supplier Code of Conduct outlines these expectations. See our policy here.
A culture of openness and accountability is essential to working at ISPT. Our formal Whistleblower policy defines a process for reporting any illegal, corrupt or unethical conduct and ensures that anyone who reports such conduct is not victimised as a result. See our policy here.
Our Board Committees
The ISPT Board has overall responsibility for the governance of ISPT and achieves this through the following committees:
- Audit and Compliance Committee
- Conflicts Governance Committee
- Environment, Safety and Operational Risk Committee
- Nominations Committee
- People and Culture Committee