Ecora Resources is committed to upholding high corporate governance standards as a standard listed company on the London Stock Exchange.

In addition to complying with rules and regulations relevant to our listing status, we also voluntarily observe additional governance standards to maximise shareholder value. Our Board supports the principles and provisions of the UK Corporate Governance Code (the Code) issued by the Financial Reporting Council and we adhere to the requirements of the Code on a voluntary basis.

Given Ecora Resources is not an operator of the operations underlying our portfolio of royalties and streams and we operate solely within office environments, our policies and governance framework are drafted to reflect our business model and office environment. As a provider of financing to the mining sector, we do not have direct operational control of any mining operations. Accordingly we do not disclose information more akin to operations in relation to our corporate activities such as safety statistics, biodiversity and land use, and toxic emissions and waste. 

The Company’s governance is structured to deliver an entrepreneurial Board, which successfully establishes and maintains the Company’s performance and internal control environment. We ensure that our internal controls are robust by regularly assessing the effectiveness of our policies and procedures, including those relating to environmental, social and governance issues, both internally and with respect to our mining partners. Our Board and employees are committed to championing and embedding the Company’s purpose, values and standards, which are set out in our Code of Conduct. Our employees are instrumental to our success, and we respect and value the individuality and diversity that every employee brings to the business.

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Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosure (TCFD)

In 2021 we completed our first reporting against the TCFD. Our initial focus was on qualitative disclosure against three of the four TCFD pillars: governance, strategy and identifying and responding to the risks we face, highlighting the key actions taken and providing an overview of the areas in which we will devote further effort.

During 2022 we will continue to engage with mining partners and advisers to assess our portfolio using a range of industry standard future climate scenarios. This will also allow us to consider what meaningful disclosures we make against the fourth TCFD pillar, namely metrics and targets.

View our 2021 TCFD report

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Risk management

Ecora Resources is committed to upholding high corporate governance standards.

Our Board supports the principles and provisions of the UK Corporate Governance Code (the Code) issued by the Financial Reporting Council and we adhere to the requirements of the Code on a voluntary basis. 

VIEW our principal risks

Policies

Title Health and Safety
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Title Diversity, Inclusion and Equal Opportunities
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Title Chartable Donations
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Title Code of Conduct
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Title Environmental, Social and Governance
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Title Terms of Reference for the Audit Committee
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Title Sanctions
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Title Terms of Reference for the Executive Committee
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Title Competition Compliance
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Title Related Party Transactions
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Title Terms of Reference for the Sustainability Committee
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Title Terms of Reference for the Designated Non-Executive Director
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Title Terms of Reference for the Nomination Committee
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Title Matters Reserved for the Board
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Title Conflicts of Interest
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Title Anti-Bribery, Corruption and Money Laundering
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Title Whistleblowing
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Title Terms of Reference for the Disclosure Committee
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