The Board of Directors of Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited has approved the adoption of a Group-wide, risk-based corporate governance architecture which conforms to international best practice.
Business Continuity Management
Sagicor is committed to protecting its employees, clients, and other assets at all times, including during emergencies or significant business disruptions.
As part of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, Sagicor is required to submit information on its U.S. customers to the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or indirectly through domestic authorities.
The four Standing Committees of the Board - Audit; Corporate Governance and Ethics; Compensation and Human Resources and Investment and Risk - play an integral role in the governance process.
Corporate Governance Architecture
Our board of directors has approved a group-wide, risk-based, corporate governance architecture, which conforms to best practices around the world.
Each Board Committee assists the Board with the proper discharge of its functions by providing an opportunity for more in-depth discussions on areas not reserved specifically for the Board.
We encourage all employees, advisors, and other parties to be familiar with our governance policies and to report breaches or suspected breaches of any corporate policy to our management.