Board Mandates and Code of Ethics
The board of directors (the "Board") of Colliers International Group Inc. ("Colliers" or the "Company") has a mandate (“Mandate”) to provide guidance to Board members as to their duties and responsibilities. You can find the Board Mandate linked in its entirety below.
In addition, the Board has three standing committees: the Audit & Risk Committee, the Executive Compensation Committee and the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. Each committee has a written mandate establishing the responsibilities of the committee, and each committee reviews and assesses its mandate at least annually and has the authority to retain special legal, accounting or other advisors. You can find the mandates for Colliers’ three standing Board committees linked below. From time to time, ad hoc committees of the Board may be appointed. As the Board has plenary power, any responsibility which is not delegated to management or a Board committee remains with the Board.
Code of Ethics and Conduct
All employees are bound by either (i) the Code of Ethics and Conduct or (ii) the Financial Management Code of Ethics and Conduct. Every employee must acknowledge that they agree to abide by the Code of Ethics and Conduct. In addition, all senior management and staff involved in financial reporting and disclosures sign-off on a separate Financial Management Code of Ethics and Conduct.
The full text of these policies may be found linked below.