As Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd (Mapletree) continues its business expansion in Asia and beyond, the importance of maintaining good corporate governance practices to ensure investor confidence and business integrity becomes more entrenched in its activities. The Group is committed to conducting its businesses in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations, in an ethical manner. Its listed platforms adhere to the Code of Corporate Governance (Code) issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Although Mapletree is not listed on a stock exchange and therefore not subject to mandatory disclosures, it voluntarily subscribes to some of the core principles set out in the Code, such as having more than the required ratios of Independent Directors, separation of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) roles, and maintaining a sound system of internal controls.
Across the Group, Mapletree is committed to communicating with its REIT unitholders in a timely and responsible manner. In this regard, the trust structure, gearing/debt maturity levels and management fees are transparent and disclosed from time to time.
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