21. Corporate governance principles
(1) A Reporting Entity shall have a clear and appropriate division of responsibilities amongst and between senior management and the directors. The division should ensure there is clear guidance for the Reporting Entity and accountability of its directors to the Reporting Entity and its shareholders.
(2) A director of a Reporting Entity shall exercise his powers and discharge his duties in good faith and act honestly and in the best interests of the Reporting Entity and its shareholders.
(3) Controllers of a Reporting Entity shall exercise their rights of control in good faith and any abuse or oppression of minority shareholders of the Securities is unacceptable.
(4) The directors of a Reporting Entity shall present a true, balanced and understandable assessment of the entity's position and prospects when making financial reports and relevant disclosures of material and other information to the market.
(5) The directors of a Reporting Entity shall establish formal and transparent arrangements for considering how it should apply the financial reporting corporate governance principles and for maintaining an appropriate relationship with the Reporting Entity's auditors.