Port of Tauranga Limited’s Corporate Governance Framework
Port of Tauranga’s Constitution was approved at the Annual Meeting of shareholders in October 2009.
Port of Tauranga’s Corporate Governance Statement 2019 summarises the policies, practices and processes adopted or followed by Port of Tauranga’s Board of Directors.
Board and committees
The Board has established committees with responsibilities for audit and risk, nominations, remuneration, and safety, health, environmental and sustainability. The Board and each committee has a charter that sets out its role and responsibilities.
Our commitment to meeting our legal and other obligations to stakeholders is captured in a group of policies and procedures that directors and employees are required to comply with. The key corporate governance policies are set out here: