The Board has a coherent corporate governance structure with clearly defined responsibilities and accountabilities designed to safeguard and enhance long-term shareholder value and provide a robust framework to deliver the Group’s strategy. In order to achieve this, the Board meets regularly and is responsible for organising and directing the Group in a manner that promotes its success and is consistent with good corporate governance practice.
The Board of Directors are collectively responsible for the long-termsuccess of the Group, including setting and overseeing the implementation of strategy, helping to further the Group’s mission to save people everywhere time and money.
The Board has three principal committees.
Information on the scope of these committees, their member and their terms of reference is available in the corporate governance statement in the Annual Report and Accounts and can also be found using the menus below: