Apollo Silver is committed to implementing sound corporate governance to ensure the corporation is directed and managed transparently and in accordance with high ethical and legal standards. Good governance will ensure the Board of Directors and Management conduct its business affairs and carry out its overall responsibilities by providing accountability, transparency and sound decision making, key components to ensure that the interests of the Company and its stakeholders are properly aligned. Apollo Silver’s corporate governance framework outlines the Board and its Committees responsibility and is regularly reviewed to ensure compliance and best practices.
Apollo’s Code of Business Conduct & Ethics policy establishes procedures for the receipt, retention and treatment of complaints received regarding accounting, internal accounting controls, and auditing matters of fraud.
Such concerns and/or complaints will be kept confidential and may be communicated anonymously if desired. If an alleged concern or complaint is reported anonymously, enough information about the incident or situation must be provided to allow the Chair to investigate properly. All such concerns shall be set forth either through the Company’s Confidential Line (detailed below), relayed through email, or in writing, sealed in an envelope marked “Confidential” and/or “To be opened by the Chair of the Audit Committee only” and forwarded to the attention of the Chair at the following address:
Apollo Silver Corp.
Attention: Chair of the Audit Committee
710 – 1030 West Georgia Street,
Vancouver, BC V6E 2Y3 Canada
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 1-604-428-6128