Our governance approach
Growthpoint is committed to ensuring that our procedures and practices reflect a high standard of corporate governance. We understand that a robust and transparent corporate governance framework is critical to nurturing a positive corporate culture, ensuring ethical behaviour and respecting the interests of our Securityholders, tenants and other stakeholders.
Our governance framework
We recognise the need to establish and maintain corporate governance policies and practices which reflect our values and the expectations of our Securityholders, tenants and other stakeholders and the regulatory environment.
Our corporate governance documentation including our corporate governance statement, charters, key policies and constitutions can be downloaded below:
Corporate Governance Statement
Our latest Corporate Governance Statement was approved by the Board on 20 August 2020. This statement discloses the Group’s compliance with the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s “Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations” (3rd edition) for the financial year ended on 30 June 2020.
Download our FY20 Corporate Governance Statement
Charters and constitutions
- Board Charter
- Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee Charter
- Nomination, Remuneration and HR Committee Charter
- Constitution – Growthpoint Properties Australia Trust
- Constitution – Growthpoint Properties Australia Limited
Corporate policies and procedures
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption Policy
- Code of Conduct
- Diversity Policy
- Securities Trading Policy
- Supply Chain Sustainability Guidelines
- Sustainability and Stakeholder Policy
- Whistleblower Policy
Modern Slavery Act
Growthpoint is required, under the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (Cth), to prepare a modern slavery statement disclosing the modern slavery risks in our operation and supply chains, the actions undertaken to address these risks and the steps implemented to assess the effectiveness of these actions.
Download our FY20 Modern Slavery Statement.