The Board has a number of committees consisting of certain Directors and Management including an Audit Committee, Remuneration Committee in addition to the Board of Directors.
The Directors are responsible for internal control within Alphamin and for reviewing its effectiveness. Procedures have been designed for safeguarding assets against unauthorised use or disposition; for maintaining proper accounting records; and for the reliability of financial information used within the business or for publication.
The maintenance of appropriate health and safety standards throughout Alphamin remains a key responsibility of all managers and Alphamin is committed to managing actively all health and safety risks associated with its business. Alphamin’s objectives are to identify, remove, reduce or control material and accidents or injuries to employees and visitors.
Communication with shareholders is given high priority. Extensive information about Alphamin’s activities are provided in our Annual Report and Accounts and Interim Reports which are sent to shareholders. There is regular dialogue with institutional investors and enquiries from individuals on matters relating to their shareholdings and the business of Alphamin. All questions are welcomed and are dealt with in an informative and timely manner. All shareholders are encouraged to attend the Annual General Meeting or the informal meeting of shareholders held annually in Switzerland to discuss the progress of Alphamin.