Good corporate governance and transparency are fundamental to achieving our vision of becoming the premier packaging solutions provider in every market in which we operate.
We strive for excellence in our products and in the way we do business throughout all our operations and this process commences within Orora Limited, the parent company based in Melbourne, Australia; its Board of Directors; the executive team and all our team members regardless of location.
At all times we strive to achieve the highest standards and we promote this rigorously throughout the group. This applies equally to transparency in reporting and meeting the expectations of regulators, shareholders and the public - regardless of whether this relates to accounting procedures, our manufacturing and product standards, ethics in all our dealings with customers, team members and the public, or behaving in a safe and environmentally sustainable manner.
Orora's policy that outlines our zero tolerance approach to public and private sector bribery and corruption.
The core principles by which we conduct our business.
How Orora representatives must conduct themselves at trade association meetings to avoid breaking competition laws.
The principles we use in our approach to corporate governance.
This summary of our Delegated Authority policy outlines the approval requirements of the Board of Directors of Orora Limited and the delegations of authority from the board to senior executives of the company and its subsidiaries.
How Orora promotes and upholds diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
Orora's approach to managing the impacts of our operations.
This policy details the minimum shareholding requirement applying to Orora’s Managing Director and CEO (MD & CEO) and the direct reports to the MD & CEO.
A summary of Orora's Risk Management Framework.
Orora's Senior Executive Reward and Evaluation Policy.
Orora policy on Insider Trading and use of price sensitive information.
Orora's policy on how information is disclosed to the ASX regarding the company and its subsidiaries that may have a material effect on the price or value of Orora's securities, and how Orora communicates with its shareholders and the market.
In accordance with the reporting requirements of the UK Finance Act 2016.
Orora's tax transparency report sets out relevant tax information for the global group comprising Orora Limited and its controlled entities (Orora) for the year ended 30 June 2021.
Orora's policy that governs the reporting of wrongdoing within the Company.