Company Update, Offer Update and £55m injection of new financing
We recognise the level of trust we have established with our customers, suppliers and the public. This has been built by demonstrating integrity in everything we do and by ensuring that our business has sound principles of good governance at its core. Our governance framework incorporates sound systems of control to reduce the risks to our customers, suppliers, employees and partners and these are subject to external scrutiny from auditors and accrediting bodies. This ensures we drive a culture of continuous improvement in standards and performance across our business.
A key element of our governance framework includes:
Anti-Bribery and Corruption Statement
In accordance with section 7 of the Bribery Act 2010 we we have developed a clear policy that sets out the requirements for our staff, partners and suppliers. We monitor our compliance on a regular basis and any queries in relation to the policy should be referred to the legal counsel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proposed disposal of Greenwhitestar Acquisitions Limited Proposed issue of £55 million Loan Notes Authority to allot new Shares and Notice of General Meeting
Proposed disposal of Greenwhitestar Acquisitions Limited Proposed issue of £55
PUSU extension announcement