Ensuring Precinct maintains best practice governance structures and the highest ethical standards are key objectives for Precinct and the Board.
The board of directors is responsible for the governance of Precinct and is committed to ensuring Precinct maintains best practice corporate governance structures with the highest ethical standards and integrity.
Precinct's Corporate Governance Manual guides both the Directors and the Manager of Precinct. It includes a Code of Ethics, Board and Committee Charters and Policies on Securities Trading, Audit Independence, Diversity and Inclusion, Continuous Disclosure, Takeover and Shareholder Communications.
Precinct has six directors, all of whom are independent (as defined by the NZX Listing Rules).
PCT Corporate Governance Manual 2023
Overview of PCT Compliance with NZX CGC 2022
Precinct Health Safety Wellbeing Policy 2023
Modern Slavery policy 2023
Supplier Code of Conduct 2023
Diversity Inclusion Policy 2021
Precinct Mental health and wellbeing policy 2023
Supplemental Trust Deed Precinct April 2022
Precinct Non-executive directors’ fees benchmarking Report 2023
Stapling PPNZ Constitution adopted effective 1 July 2023
Stapling PPIL Constitution adopted effective 1 July 2023
Stapling Stapling Deed 7 June 2023