PANDORA

Ethics Steering Committee and Organisation

For PANDORA, the aim of good corporate governance is to maximise long-term value creation and ensure transparency and accountability in the way we fulfil our obligations towards all key stakeholders. PANDORA intends to exercise good corporate governance at all times, and we assess our practices according to the recommendations issued by the Danish Committee on Corporate Governance (read more at www.pandoragroup.com).

 

PANDORA Ethics is governed by our Ethics Steering Committee, headed by our Vice President, Group Ethics, and is further made up of the heads of Procurement, Manufacturing, HR, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications, with our CFO representing executive management. The Ethics Steering Committee commissioned to define, coordinate, monitor and communicate ethical performance throughout the group. Our progress in advancing responsible business practices is addressed at least biannually, at PANDORA’s Audit Committee under the Board of Directors.

 

Each member of the Ethics Steering Committee is responsible for developing and embedding CSR in their respective business areas while drawing on the expertise of our CSR units located in Copenhagen, Hong Kong and Bangkok.

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