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Corporate Governance

Board Charter

The Board Charter sets out the principles for the operation of the Board. The principles include the duties and responsibilities of the Board, compositions and structure of the Board, independence of directors, meetings of the Board and delegations to Board Committees.

The Board comprises of at least 50% independent non-executive Directors.

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Corporate Governance Reports

ALE produces an Annual Corporate Governance Report.

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Board Committees

The Board has the following Committees:

Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee

The Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee assists the Board in fulfilling its corporate governance, compliance, financial management and reporting responsibilities. The Committee also reviews the ALE Group's risk management systems and assesses their effectiveness.

Remuneration Committee

The role of the committee is to advise the Board on matters relating to the remuneration of the Directors, Managing Director and other senior executives and employees of the Company.

Nomination Committee

The role of the committee is to evaluate the performance and regularly review the size and composition of the Board and the mix of expertise, skills, experience and perspectives that may be desirable to permit the Board to execute its functions.

Committee Charters

Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee Charter

The Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee Charter sets out the principles for the operation of the Committee. The principles include the responsibilities, composition and meetings of the Committee.

The Audit, Compliance and Risk Management Committee comprises of three members, each an independent non-executive director.

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Remuneration Committee Charter

The Remuneration Committee Charter sets out the principles for the operation of the Committee. The principles include the responsibilities, composition and meetings of the Committee. The Committee comprises of three members, each an independent non-executive director.

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Nomination Committee Charter

The Nomination Committee Charter sets out the principles for the operation of the Committee. The principles include the responsibilities, composition and meetings of the Committee. The Committee comprises of three members, each an independent non-executive director.

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Code of Conduct

The ALE Group has a formal Code of Conduct that requires all directors, employees and relevant contractors to observe high standards of ethics and behaviour in discharging their duties.

The Code of Conduct operates in addition to relevant laws that are in force from time to time and also in conjunction with all other Board Governance Policies. In particular, the Code of Conduct refers to the ALE Group Trading Policy with which all directors and employees must comply.

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Policies

Trading Policy

The Trading Policy outlines the circumstances in which directors and employees of ALE may and may note trade in ALE Securities, to ensure that the potential for insider trading and the misuse of price sensitive information is minimised.

ALE Securities includes ALE stapled securities, ALE Notes, ALE Notes 2 or any derivatives based on either of these (collectively ALE Securities).

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Continuous Disclosure Policy

The Continuous Disclosure Policy outlines the steps implemented by ALE to ensure compliance with ASX listing rules, by immediately advising the ASX of any information that a reasonable person would expect to have a material effect on the price or volume of the Stapled Securities or ALE Notes.

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Communications Policy

The Communications Policy outlines the steps implemented by ALE to ensure that security holders:

  1. Are kept informed of matters that relate to the ALE Property Group,
  2. Are provided with information required under the law in a timely, full and accurate manner, and
  3. Have access to information that has been sent to all investors and information that has been lodged with the ASX and is publicly available.

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Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy outlines how ALE may collect, store, use and disclose personal information.

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