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Establishing accountability and stewardship

At AR3, our goal is to create value for all shareholders and the Board of Directors play a pivotal role in not only providing governance and oversight, but a strategic role in co-creation with management of the Company’s strategic purpose and vision, leveraging their collective global experience in developing rare earth resources.

The Board of Directors through the Audit and Risk standing committee play an important oversight role to ensure appropriate risk management systems are in place to identify, assess, manage and mitigate material risks facing the company, including financial, operational and sustainability risks.

Business conduct at AR3 is governed by a Code of Conduct Policy which outlines values based expectations on how we should conduct our business.

Importantly, the foundation of how we conduct our business at AR3 is to empower our employees and contractors to have the courage and commitment to do what is right, not what is easy.

Australian Rare Earths Limited is committed to adopt and comply with the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendation as appropriate.

Policies and procedures

In addition to its board and committee charters, the Company has adopted a number of policies and procedures covering many aspects of its business, including corporate governance. These are generally consistent with the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations.

Listed below are corporate governance charters, policies and procedures of Australian Rare Earths Limited which may be of particular interest to current and future investors.

2022 AR3 Sustainability Report