In March 2018, the AIM Rules were changed such that all AIM companies were obliged, from 28 September 2018, to apply a recognised corporate governance code, providing details of that code on its website along with details of how the company complies with or departs from that code. On 10 September 2018 the Board resolved to adopt the Quoted Companies Alliance Corporate Governance Code, 2018 edition (the “QCA Code”). The Board believes that the QCA Code provides the Group with the right governance framework in view of its size, strategy, resources and stage of development, as it offers a flexible but rigorous outcome-oriented framework in which we can continue to develop our governance model to support our business. Please refer to our Corporate Governance Statement for details on our application of the QCA Code.
Corporate Governance Statement
Committee Terms of Reference:
Matters reserved for the Board
UK Bribery Act
IGas has reviewed the appropriate policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the UK Bribery Act. The Company continues to actively promote good practice throughout the Group and has initiated a rolling programme of anti-bribery and corruption training for all relevant employees.
Modern Slavery Statement
Our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy commits us to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships and to implementing and
enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure modern slavery is not taking place anywhere in our own business or in any of our supply chains. For more details, see our Modern Slavery Statement.