CBIC’s corporate governance structure is designed to protect and enhance value across the portfolio.
The board has established three committees in order to direct strategy and manage risks to achieve the best returns possible for the shareholder. These include:
- The investment review committee
- The finance & audit committee
- The business management & protocol committee
These committees set the investment strategy, monitor performance and management and develop corporate, strategic and communication plans respectively.
We have a robust policy in practice to manage and avoid potential and actual conflicts of interest. Each director and staff member are required to disclose conflicts of interest, and the board makes determinations on how best to manage these conflicts, whether through exclusion from votes or discussions, or by avoiding conflicting transactions or activity completely.