Our principles and commitment

Good corporate governance practices represent a key pillar of the way in which Finlease operates and conducts business. Indeed, the Board of Finlease is committed to upholding the highest standards of corporate governance, by promoting principles of integrity, accountability and transparency across the organisation, with the aim of maximising the long-term value creation for its stakeholders. Adherence to advocated norms is viewed as being crucial to effectively cope with the challenges posed by the increasingly exigent operating environment.

Board CharterPDF 75KB

Audit Committee CharterPDF 61KB

Risk Management & Conduct Review CommitteePDF 67KB

Position StatementsPDF 69KB

Appointment Process of Non-Executive DirectorsPDF 55KB

Terms and Conditions of Appointment of Non-Executive DirectorsPDF 62KB

Policy on Related Party TransactionsPDF 62KB

StructurePDF 99KB

ConstitutionPDF 2MB

Code of EthicsPDF 111KB

Whistle Blowing PolicyPDF 103KB

Information, Information Technology and Information Security Governance PolicyPDF 98KB

Internal Audit FunctionPDF 138KB


The Board of Finlease Company Limited consists of one executive, three non-executive and three independent directors as shown below.

Profile of DirectorsPDF 30KB

Profile of company secretary

Statement of Main Accountabilities

The Directors have approved the following Statement of Accountabilities:

  • The Board assumes the responsibility for leading and controlling the organisation and meeting all legal and regulatory requirements. Directors are aware of their legal duties.
  • The Board is accountable for the performance and affairs of the Company and for achieving sustainable growth.
  • The Board is responsible for ensuring that the Company adheres to high standards of ethical behavior and acts in the best interest of shareholders.
  • The Board has the responsibility of reviewing and approving the results announcements of the Company.

Additionally, the Board Charter and the Position Statements, which have been approved by the Board, provides for a clear definition of the roles and responsibilities of the Chairperson, the Directors and the Company Secretary.

Statement of Main AccountabilitiesPDF 26KB

Financial Statements

Financial Statement 17/18PDF 5MB

Financial Statement 16/17PDF 5MB

Financial Statement 15/16PDF 6MB

The Board has reviewed and approved the Board Charter, the Organisational Chart, the Job positions and the Statement of Accountabilities of the Company. These documents are monitored regularly and are updated in a timely manner further to any changes in laws, requirements from regulatory bodies or decisions taken by the Board.

The Code of Ethics of MCB Group Ltd, which has been adopted by all the subsidiaries within the group, is monitored and updated by the Remuneration, Corporate Governance and Ethics Committee of MCB Group Ltd on a regular basis.