AIM Rule 26
The information below is disclosed in accordance with AIM Rule 26, and was correct as at 31/12/2016.
UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers
Fox Marble is subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
Company Key Facts
Stock symbol: FOX
Country of Incorporation: England and Wales
Registered Address: 15 Kings Terrace, London, NW1 0JP
Company Number: 7811256
Main Country of Operation: Kosovo
Index Market: AIM
Further information required by AIM Rule 26 is available from the links below.
- Advisers to The Company
- Description of the Business
- Board of Directors
- Committees & Corporate Governance
Documents & Announcements
- Admission Document & Circulars
- Annual & Interim Reports
- Constitutional Documents
- Regulatory News Service (RNS) Announcements
Annual & Interim Reports
ANNUAL REPORT 2016
Interim report 2016
Annual report 2015
INTERIM REPORT 2015
Annual report 2014
Interim Report 2014
2013 Annual Report
Interim Report 2013
2012 Annual Report
Interim Report 2012
Although Fox Marble Holdings Plc, as an AIM quoted company, is not required to comply with the UK Corporate Governance Code as issued by the Financial Reporting Council, the Board of Directors are committed where practical to developing and applying high standards of corporate governance appropriate to the Company’s size.
The Company has adopted and will operate a share dealing code governing the share dealings of the Directors and applicable employees with a view to ensuring compliance with Rule 21 of the AIM Rules.
The Remuneration Committee consists of Andrew Allner, Sir Colin Terry, Dr Paul Jourdan and Roy Harrison (Committee Chairman). It is responsible for reviewing the performance of the senior executives, and for determining their levels of remuneration.
The Committee makes recommendations to the Board, within agreed terms of reference, which the Board review at least annually, regarding the levels of remuneration and benefits including participation in the Company's share plan.
Directors on the Remuneration Committee
The Audit Committee consists of three Directors; Roy Harrison, Dr Paul Jourdan and Sir Colin Terry (Committee Chairman). Andrew Allner attends the committee meetings by invitation.
The Audit Committee meets at least twice a year to consider the annual and interim financial statements and the audit programme. The terms of Reference of the Audit Committee are reviewed by the Board regularly and are available on the Company’s website, or on request from the Company.
The Audit Committee responsible for ensuring that the appropriate financial reporting procedures are properly maintained and reported upon, reviewing accounting policies and for meeting the auditors and reviewing their reports relating to the accounts and internal control systems.
Directors on the Audit Committee
It is the responsibility of the board of directors to maintain a sound system of internal control to safeguard shareholders' investment, the company's assets, employees and business of the Group. Internal control systems are designed to reflect the particular type of business, operations and safety risks, and to identify and manage these risks.
The Board also seeks to ensure that there is a proper organisational and management structure with clear responsibilities, accountability and succession plans. The Board engages independent professional advice where necessary. It is the Board's policy to ensure that the management structure and the quality and integrity of the personnel are compatible with the requirements of the group.
Anti Bribery Policy
The Fox Marble Group and its senior management have a zero tolerance of bribery and corruption. This policy extends to all the company’s business dealings and transactions in all countries in which it or its subsidiaries and associates operate. All directors and employees are required to comply with this policy.
The Group prohibits the offering, the giving, the solicitation or the acceptance of any bribe, whether cash or other inducement to or from any person or company, wherever they are situated and whether they are a public official or body or private person or companyby any individual employee, agent or other person or body acting on the Group's behalfin order togain any commercial, contractual or regulatory advantage for the Group in a way which is unethical or in order togain any personal advantage, pecuniary or otherwise, for the individual or anyone connected with the individual.
Bribery and fraud may occur internally or externally and may be perpetrated by employees, clients, suppliers, contractors, service providers, agents or anyone else doing business with the Group. The Group will not, therefore, enter into any business relationship or engage in any activity if it knows or has reasonable grounds to suspect that a business relationship or activity is, in any way, connected with or facilitates bribery or fraud. We will actively cooperate with law enforcement authorities for the investigation and punishment of any act of bribery connected to any group company. Employees of group companies must also comply with local policies and procedures that apply to them as set out in any other individual group company compliance manual or procedures.
13 May 2016
13 May 2016
17 July 2014
9 August 2013
9 August 2013
31 August 2012
28 August 2012
28 August 2012