The Audit Committee normally meets twice a year and has responsibility for, amongst other things, planning and reviewing the annual report and accounts and interim statements and involving, where appropriate, the external auditors, the Committee also approves external auditors’ fees and ensures auditor independence as well as focusing on compliance with legal requirements and accounting standards. It is also responsible for ensuring that an effective system of internal controls is maintained. The ultimate responsibility for reviewing and approving the annual financial statements and interim statements remains with the Board.
The Remuneration Committee, which meets as required, but at least once a year, has responsibility for making recommendations to the Board on the compensation of senior executives and determining, within agreed terms of reference, the specific remuneration packages for each of the executive directors. It also operates the Share Option Scheme and sets performance conditions which must be satisfied before options granted under the Share Option Scheme can be exercised.
The Nominations and Corporate Governance Committee has responsibility for reviewing the size and composition of the Board and appointment of replacement and/or additional directors and making appropriate recommendations to the Board, and to give due consideration to applicable laws and regulations, such as the provisions of the Combined Code, the QCA Corporate Governance Guidelines on AIM Companies and the requirements of the LSE’s rules for AIM Companies as appropriate.
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