CONFLICTS OF INTEREST DISCLOSURE FORM
PROCEDURE FOR DEALING WITH A CONFLICT OF INTEREST
All employees must declare conflict of Interests including transactional conflicts and may not vote on a resolution relating to the relevant transaction.
(i) Employees shall promptly disclose any real or potential conflict of interest that they may have regarding any matters that may come before the management or its committees.
(ii) An employee shall abstain from discussions and voting on any matter in which the Employee has or may have a conflict of interest.
(iii) If an Employee is not certain whether he is in a conflict of interest situation, the Employee concerned shall discuss the matter with the CEO of the company or with the Company Secretary for advice and guidance.
(iv) If any question arises before the Management as to the existence of a real or perceived conflict, the management shall by a simple majority determine if a conflict exists. The Employee potentially in the conflict of interest situation shall not participate in any discussion and shall not vote on the issue.
(v) Employees who are aware of a real, potential or perceived conflict of interest on the part of a fellow Employee, have a responsibility to raise the issue promptly for clariflcation, either with the Employee concerned or with the CEO of the company.
(vi) Disclosure by an Employee of a real, potential or perceived conflict of interest, or a decision by the Management as to whether a conflict of interest exists shall be recorded in the minutes of the meeting.
(vii) The CEO of the Company shall always draw the attention of the Employees to the need to abstain from voting where there is some level of conflict of interest.
HAVE YOU INFORMED THE POLICE?
DESCRIBE IN DETAILS THE NATURE OF THE INTEREST YOU WISH TO DISCLOSE: