The Stars Group aims for strong corporate governance and ethical business conduct by maintaining best practices, transparency and accountability to our stakeholders., believing these contribute to prudent and effective decision making, and a healthier business environment.
As a regulated entity, The Stars Group is required to maintain strong corporate governance standards and is required to, among other things, maintain effective internal controls over financial reporting and disclosure controls and procedures, maintain systems for accurate record keeping, file periodic reports with gaming and securities authorities and maintain strict compliance with various laws and regulations applicable to us.
The Stars Group has a comprehensive Code of Business Conduct which requires every officer, director and employee to observe high standards of business and personal ethics as they carry out their duties and responsibilities, as well as Board-approved policies including, without limitations, a Disclosure, Confidentiality & Trading Policy, an Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy, and a Whistleblower Policy.
Corporate Governance Documents
|Articles of Continuance||Download Pdf|
|General By-Laws||Download Pdf|
|Code of Business Conduct||Download Pdf|
|Mandate for the Board of Directors||Download Pdf|
|Corporate Governance Guidelines||Download Pdf|
|Audit Committee Charter||Download Pdf|
|Corporate Governance, Nominating and Compensation Committee Charter||Download Pdf|
|NASDAQ Statement of Corporate Governance Differences||Download Pdf|
|Position Description for the Chief Executive Officer||Download Pdf|
|Position Description for the Chair of the Board of Directors||Download Pdf|
|Redemption Provisions for Unsuitable Persons (Section 4 of the Common Share terms in The Stars Group’s Articles ofContinuance)||Download Pdf|
|The Stars Group Inc.’s Tax Strategy||Download Pdf|
On April 28, 2017, The Stars Group amended its Code of Business Conduct (the “Code”), a copy of which is available at the link directly above. The substantive amendments made to the Code: (a) clarify that it is The Stars Group’s policy to operate in compliance with all laws including anti-corruption laws, and that compliance with laws always take precedence over customs or social requirements; (b) more explicitly caution employees, officers and directors that there are special legal and ethical considerations that apply to the provision of gifts, benefits and entertainment to public officials; (c) provide that gifts shall not be made to public officials without express authorization from The Stars Group’s legal department and that such legal department shall be consulted prior to hiring family members of current or former public officials; (d) caution that certain jurisdictions strictly prohibit gaming companies and their employees from engaging in political activities; and (e) provide that reports of violations or possible violations of the Code can be made anonymously through The Stars Group’s Whistleblower Hotline.
|David Lazzarato, FCA, C.A., ICD.D - Chair||Independent Director|
|Alfred F. Hurley, Jr||Independent Director|
|Mary Turner||Independent Director|
|Peter Murphy||Independent Director|
|Corporate Governance, Nominating and Compensation|
|Alfred F. Hurley, Jr. - Chair||Independent Director|
|Divyesh (Dave) Gadhia, CPA, C.A., ICD.D||Chairman|
|Harlan Goodson||Independent Director|
|Tom Auriemma - Chair|
|Harlan Goodson||Independent Director|
|Dr. Aubrey Zidenberg|
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