To enable the Directors to properly fulfill their duties and responsibilities, Management shall provide the Directors with complete, adequate, and timely information about the matters to be taken in their meetings.
Information may include the background or explanation on matters brought before the Board, disclosures, budgets, forecasts, and internal financial documents.
If the information provided by Management is not sufficient, further inquiries may be made by a Director to enable him to properly perform his duties and responsibilities. The Directors shall have independent access to Management and to the Corporate Secretary.
The Directors, either individually or as a Board, and in the performance of their duties and responsibilities, may seek access to independent professional advice within the guidelines set by the Board.