Corporate Governance

The primary responsibility of the Board of KIN Mining NL is to represent and advance Shareholders’ interests and to protect the interests of all stakeholders. To fulfill this role the Board is responsible for the overall corporate governance of the Company including its strategic direction, establishing goals for management and monitoring the achievement of these goals.

In fulfilling its obligations and responsibilities to its various stakeholders, the Board is a strong advocate of corporate governance and has adopted a number of Corporate Governance Policies as shown below.

In developing its corporate governance policies the Company has referred to the recommendations set out in the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations 3rd edition (“Principles and Recommendations”). In compliance with the “if not, why not” reporting regime, where, after due consideration the Company’s corporate governance practices do not follow a recommendation, the Board has explained its reasons for not following the recommendation and disclosed what, if any, alternative practices the Company has adopted instead of those in the recommendation. A summary of Kin’s compliance with Principles and Recommendations is included in Kin’s Corporate Governance Statement.

Click here for the Corporate Governance Statement.

Below are the lists of the Corporate Governance Policies:

Audit Committee Charter

Board Charter

Code of Conduct

Continuous Disclosure Policy

Diversity Policy

Nomination Committee Charter

Performance Evaluation Practise

Procedures for Selection and Appointment of Directors

Remuneration Committee Charter

Risk Management and Internal Compliance and Control

Securities Trading Policy

Shareholder Communication Policy