Mint Payments Limited (ASX:MNW)
Thousands of businesses from small market stalls to big corporations rely on Mint Payments to process and manage their payments. Our unique omni- channel payment processing solutions continue to advance the payment revolution. We aim to grow and pursue our innovative ways to give our customers the power, security, ease and speed to make payments across multiple channels and add value to our investors.
The Mint Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring that Mint has an appropriate corporate governance structure to ensure the creation, protection and enhancement of shareholder value. This requires that appropriate accountability and control systems are in place.
The Board endorses each of the Australian Securities Exchange Limited (ASX) Corporate Governance Council’s Principles of Good Corporate Governance and Best Practice Recommendations (ASX Principles) published in March 2003. In response to the ASX Principles, Mint publicly discloses each of its corporate governance tools. This Corporate Governance section exemplifies Mint’s commitment to corporate governance.
At Mint the Board maintains and ensures that Mint management maintains the highest level of corporate ethics. As such, the various charters, policies and codes located under this Corporate Governance section will be reviewed, and where necessary, updated, on a regular basis.
Corporate Governance Statement
Each year the Board will adopt a Corporate Governance Statement as part of its Annual Report to shareholders.
Conduct and Ethics
The Mint Code of Conduct and Ethics governs the commercial operations of Mint and deals with compliance in many areas. The Mint Code of Conduct and Ethics is to be observed by all Directors, employees, consultants and any other person when they represent Mint.
Mint is committed to compliance with ethical business practices.
Continuous Disclosure Policy
The Mint Continuous Disclosure Policy is a formal policy designed to ensure compliance by all Mint employees with the relevant provisions of the Corporations Act and ASX Listing Rules.
Mint Shareholder Communications Policy
The Mint Shareholder Communications Policy is designed to promote effective communication with shareholders and encourage effective participation at Mint General Meetings.
Share Trading Policy
The Mint Share Trading Policy is Mint Payments’s policy on the trading of shares for Mint Payments employees and related parties.
Share Registry Matters
- 1300 554 474 (toll free)
- +61 2 8280 7111
- +61 2 9287 0303
- +61 2 9287 0309 (for proxy voting)
- Postal Address:
- Locked Bag A14, Sydney South NSW 1235