Corporate Governance is a MANDATORY requirement for listing on any global senior stock exchange.
In addition to meeting the quantitative requirements, Companies applying to list and stay listed on senior exchanges must meet the qualitative requirements. These requirements include rules relating to a Company's board of directors, including audit committees and Independent Director oversight of executive compensation and the director nomination process; code of conduct; shareholder meetings, including proxy solicitation and quorum; review of related party transactions; and shareholder approval, including voting rights.
Below you will find a small sample of the required and extensive governance documents required for an issuers board of directors:
a. Board of Directors
b. Audit Committee
c. Nominating Committee
d. Compensation Committee
e. Social Media
f. Board Oversight and Risk
g. Cybersecurity and Internal Risk
h. Malus Charter