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Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

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The Board of Directors is ultimately responsible for the effective governance of First Quantum and is required to act in the best interests of the Company. We fulfil our responsibility to employees, investors, host communities and the general public by governing our Company with accountability, transparency and integrity.

Demonstrating sound corporate governance is an important priority for the Board and they are supported by the Corporate Secretary in ensuring that governance practices across the Company are up to date and meet relevant requirements. The Company is a Canadian reporting issuer with securities listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and is also listed on the Lusaka Stock Exchange in Zambia. Accordingly, we are required to ensure that we comply with the governance requirements under those regimes.

Key Roles

Our Chairman & Chief Executive Officer is Philip Pascall. In this joint role he leads the Board and is a chief proponent of governance, assisted by the Corporate Secretary. In his executive capacity, Mr. Pascall leads on the formulation of strategy and drives its implementation, supported by the Senior Management Team.

Our Lead Independent Director is Robert Harding, who, together with the Chairman, oversees the effectiveness of the Board’s individual members, and of its operation as a whole through the annual effectiveness review process. The outcomes and recommendations from the review inform the steps taken to improve Board efficacy, which is monitored throughout the year in consultation with the other Directors.

Further information on these key roles can be found here.

Further information about our corporate governance practices is contained in our Management Information Circular.

Key Committees

The Board discharges its responsibilities both directly and through its four committees – the Audit Committee, the Compensation Committee, the Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Committee and the Nominating and Governance Committee. The respective charters for each Committee can be viewed in the documents section, as well as other key documentation as required by Sec.473 of the TSX Company Manual.

Documents

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July 10, 2018 Majority Voting Policy 109 KB
July 10, 2018 Certificate of Continuance 240 KB
July 10, 2018 Certificate of Amalgamation 289 KB
July 10, 2018 EHS Committee Charter 294 KB
July 10, 2018 Compensation Committee Charter 194 KB
July 10, 2018 Audit Committee Charter 197 KB
July 10, 2018 Articles of Association 163 KB
July 10, 2018 Board Mandate 220 KB