Chartes du comité
Les principaux comités du Conseil d’administration d’Equifax qui exercent les fonctions de gouvernance, vérification, rémunération et ressources humaines sont tous constitués de directeurs externes qui satisfont à la définition de « indépendant » de NYSE. Veuillez lire ci-dessous pour en savoir plus sur ces comités clés.
The primary function of the Audit Committee (the “Committee”) is to assist the Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Equifax Inc. (the “Company”) in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities for: (1) the integrity of the Company’s financial statements and other financial information provided to any governmental body, the Company’s shareholders or the public; (2) the Company’s compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; (3) the independent auditor’s qualifications, independence, and performance; (4) the performance of the Company’s internal audit function; and (5) the integrity of the Company’s internal control over financial reporting, and its financial reporting processes.
- The Committee will consist of three or more directors as determined and appointed by the Board. Each of these directors shall be independent in accordance with New York Stock Exchange rules (“NYSE Rules”), the Company’s corporate governance guidelines and applicable Securities and Exchange Commission rules (“SEC Rules”) applicable to audit committee members.
- No Committee member may receive any compensation from the Company other than compensation as a director except as permitted by the NYSE Rules and SEC Rules.
- All Committee members must be financially literate as required by the NYSE Rules, or become financially literate within a reasonable period of time after his or her appointment to the Committee. At least one member of the Committee must have accounting or related financial management expertise as required by the NYSE Rules and as such qualification is interpreted by the Board in its business judgment. In addition, at least one member of the Committee must be an “audit committee financial expert” as defined in the SEC Rules.
- If any Committee member simultaneously serves on the audit committee of more than three public companies (including the Committee), the Board must determine that such simultaneous service will not impair the ability of such member to serve effectively on the Committee.
- The Committee will meet at least quarterly and at such other times as determined by the Chair of the Committee or a majority of the Committee members.
- The Board may appoint a Chair of the Committee. The Chair will preside, when present, at all meetings of the Committee. A majority of the members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. A majority of the members present at any meeting at which a quorum is present may act on behalf of the Committee. The Committee may meet by audio or videoconference and may take action by written consent.
- To foster open and candid communication, the Committee will meet with management, the director of the internal audit department and the independent auditors in separate executive sessions.
- The Committee will report its activities and findings to the Board on a regular basis.
IV. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
The specific duties and responsibilities of the Committee include:
- Financial Statements Review
- Review the audited financial statements, the Management’s Discussion and Analysis section and other material financial content of the Company’s annual report to shareholders and annual report on Form 10-K, and discuss with management and the independent auditors prior to the filing of the Company’s Form 10-K.
- Review the unaudited financial statements, the Management’s Discussion and Analysis section and other material financial content of each quarterly report on Form 10-Q and discuss with management and the independent auditors prior to filing the Form 10-Q. To the extent permissible under NYSE Rules, the Committee may delegate this review to the Chair or another member.
- Review earnings press releases and financial information and earnings guidance provided to analysts and rating agencies prior to the release or dissemination of such information. In lieu of reviewing each such disclosure prior to release or dissemination, the Committee may discuss generally with management the types of information to be disclosed and the types of presentation to be made, and establish policies or guidelines for such disclosures. To the extent permissible under NYSE Rules, the Committee may delegate this review to the Chair or another member.
- Prepare the annual Audit Committee report for inclusion in the Company’s proxy statement, in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations.
- Independent Auditors
- Exercise direct responsibility for the selection, appointment, retention, oversight and compensation of the Company’s independent auditors. The independent auditors shall report directly to the Committee. The Committee may recommend to the Board that the appointment of the independent auditors be submitted to the Company’s shareholders for approval or ratification.
- Exercise sole authority to approve all work to be performed by the independent auditors and the fees for such work. The Committee shall oversee the Company’s compliance with applicable law prohibiting the independent auditors from providing certain non-audit services. The Committee shall pre-approve all audit and permitted non-audit services to be performed by the independent auditors. The Committee may delegate to one or more of the members of the Committee the authority to pre-approve permitted non-audit services to be performed by the independent auditors, or may establish pre-approval policies and procedures in accordance with applicable law. The Committee shall be informed of any approvals granted pursuant to delegated authority or pre-approval policies and procedures at its next meeting following such approval.
- Review the overall performance of the independent auditors, and if necessary, discharge the independent auditors if the Committee in its discretion determines that circumstances warrant such discharge.
- To foster open communication, the Committee shall discuss with the independent auditors any matters that the Committee determines to be necessary or appropriate, including those matters required to be discussed by the applicable requirements of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (“PCAOB”).
- At least annually, obtain and review a report by the independent auditors describing: the firm’s internal quality-control procedures; any material issues raised by the most recent internal quality-control review, or peer review, of the firm, or by any inquiry or investigation by governmental or professional authorities, within the preceding five years, respecting one or more independent audits carried out by the firm, and any steps taken to deal with any such issues; and all relationships between the independent auditors and the Company, including, without limitation, the applicable requirements of the PCAOB regarding the independent auditors’ communications with the Committee concerning independence. The Committee shall actively engage in a dialogue with the independent auditors with respect to any disclosed relationships or services that may impact the objectivity and independence of the independent auditors, and take appropriate action in response to the independent auditors’ statement to satisfy itself of the auditors’ independence. The Committee shall present its conclusions with respect to the independent auditors’ independence and performance to the Board.
- Develop clear guidelines regarding the Company’s hiring of employees or former employees of the independent auditors.
- Consider whether the Company should have a policy with respect to the rotation of independent auditing firms, and develop any such policy.
- Internal Audit
- Review periodic internal reports to management prepared by the internal audit department or the independent auditors and management’s response along with the status of prior outstanding recommendations.
- Review objectives, activities, organizational structure, qualifications, staffing and budget of the internal audit department.
- Ratify the appointment, replacement, reassignment or dismissal of the head of the Company’s internal audit function, as approved by the Chair of the Committee.
- Financial Reporting and Auditing
- Review with the Company’s principal executive and financial officers, internal auditors and independent auditors, the integrity of the Company’s financial reporting processes, including (a) disclosures made to the Committee by the Company’s principal executive and financial officers during their certification process for the Form 10-K and Forms 10-Q about any significant deficiencies or material weaknesses in the design or operation of the Company’s internal control over financial reporting and any fraud, whether or not material, that involves management or other employees who have a significant role in the Company’s internal control over financial reporting; and (b) any required communications made by the independent auditors with respect to Section 10A(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Section 10A(b) relates to illegal acts that have come to the attention of the independent auditors during the course of the audit.
- Review with the independent auditors, the internal auditors and management, the adequacy and effectiveness of the Company’s internal control over financial reporting, disclosure controls and procedures and the completeness and accuracy of the Company’s financial statements and financial reporting process. The Committee shall consider the quality of presentation of, among other matters, critical accounting policies, off-balance sheet transactions and financial measures presented on a basis other than in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
- In consultation with the independent auditors, management and the Company’s internal audit department, review all major changes and improvements pertaining to the Company’s financial and accounting principles, practices, internal control over financial reporting and disclosure controls and procedures.
- Discuss with the independent auditors and the internal auditors any significant judgments made in management’s preparation of the financial statements and the view of each as to the appropriateness of any such judgments.
- Discuss, either as a Committee or through its Chair (or designee), with the independent auditors, the internal auditors and management the results of the independent auditors’ review of the interim financial information prior to the filing of the Form 10-Q with the Securities and Exchange Commission, to the extent required by generally accepted auditing standards.
- Discuss with the independent auditors and management the scope, planning and staffing of the annual audit prior to the commencement of the audit.
- Obtain and review at least annually prior to the filing of the Company’s annual report on Form 10-K a report or report update from the independent auditors setting forth: all critical accounting policies and practices to be used in the financial statements; all alternative treatments within generally accepted accounting principles for policies and practices related to material items that have been discussed with management, including the ramifications of the use of such alternative treatments and the treatment preferred by the independent auditors; and any other material communications between the independent auditors and management, such as any management letter or schedule of unadjusted differences.
- Review with the independent auditors and the internal audit department the matters required under the PCAOB’s Auditing Standard No. 1301 (“Communications with Audit Committees”), as amended or superseded, or other applicable accounting standards or rules of the PCAOB, any significant difficulties encountered during the course of the audit, including any restrictions on the scope of work or access to required information and any significant unresolved disagreements with management. The Committee shall review with the independent auditors any audit problems or difficulties and management’s response, and shall resolve any disagreements between management and the independent auditors.
- Ethical and Legal Compliance and Risk Oversight
- Ensure the Company maintains an appropriate code of conduct and business ethics compliance program. Review requests for, and determine whether to grant or deny, waivers of the Company’s ethics code(s) applicable to directors and executive officers.
- Exercise oversight with respect to the structure, operation and efficacy of the Company’s regulatory compliance program. This oversight will include:
- regular review of legal, tax and regulatory matters that may have a material impact on the Company’s financial statements and disclosures;
- regular review of compliance with applicable laws and regulations;
- approval of the annual compliance audit plan and review of such audits to be performed by the internal audit department of the Company; and
- review of significant inquiries received from, and reviews by, regulators or government agencies, including, without limitation, issues pertaining to compliance with federal or state securities or consumer financial protection laws or regulations or enforcement or other actions brought or threatened to be brought against the Company by regulators or government agencies.
- Establish procedures as required by law for the receipt, retention and treatment of complaints on accounting, internal accounting controls, auditing or other matters, as well as for confidential, anonymous submissions by Company employees of concerns regarding accounting, auditing or other matters.
- At least once a year, review and discuss with management the Company’s policies with respect to risk assessment and risk management, including, without limitation, material regulatory, compliance and litigation risks facing the Company. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, such reviews and discussions may include the implications of the Company’s internal use of its data sets on consumers civil rights and the potential impact of such issues on the Company’s business, operations and management. The Committee will direct management to take appropriate steps to monitor and mitigate such exposures and policy concerns.
- Review in a general manner and discuss with management and, as appropriate, the Board and each committee of the Board, the policies and guidelines through which each committee of the Board oversees appropriate components of the Company’s risk management.
- In coordination with the Technology Committee, oversee risk management with respect to cybersecurity. The Committee may, as it deems appropriate, hold joint meetings of the Technology Committee and the Committee regarding risk management with respect to cybersecurity or other appropriate matters.
- In coordination with the Technology Committee, review periodic internal reports to management with respect to information technology and cybersecurity issues prepared by the internal audit department and management’s response along with the status of prior outstanding recommendations.
V. GENERAL PROVISIONS
- The Committee may establish such subcommittees of its members, as it deems appropriate to assist it in its duties, provided that it retains ultimate responsibility for such matters as prescribed by the applicable regulatory requirements or NYSE Rules.
- The Committee may exercise such additional powers and duties as may be reasonable, necessary or desirable, in the Board’s or the Committee’s discretion, to fulfill its duties under this Charter and applicable law. For example, the Committee may conduct or authorize, if it considers appropriate, special reviews and investigations into any matters within the scope of its responsibilities.
- In the course of fulfilling its duties, the Committee may at any time seek advice and assistance from outside legal counsel, accounting or other advisors as the Committee deems necessary or appropriate to carry out its duties on such terms as the Committee, in its sole discretion, shall determine to be fair and reasonable without necessity for Board approval.
- The Committee shall receive appropriate funding, as it determines, from the Company for payment of compensation to the independent auditors, outside legal counsel, or accounting or other advisors engaged by the Committee, and for ordinary administrative expenses of the Committee that are necessary or appropriate in carrying out its duties.
- The Committee shall conduct an annual performance self-evaluation and report the results of such evaluation to the Governance Committee.
- The Committee shall review and assess the adequacy of this Charter at least annually and report the results of such review to the Governance Committee.
Last revised February 20, 2020
Equifax Inc. Charter of the Compensation, Human Resources and Management Succession Committee of the Board of Directors
- The provision of other services to the Company by the Consultant or the person that employs the Consultant;
- The amount of fees received from the Company by the person that employs the Consultant, as a percentage of the total revenue of such employer;
- The policies and procedures of the person that employs the Consultant that are designed to prevent conflicts of interest;
- Any business or personal relationship of the Consultant with a member of the Committee;
- Any stock or other voting equity securities of the Company owned by the Consultant; and
- Any business or personal relationship of the Consultant (or the person employing the Consultant) with a Section 16 Officer.
The Executive Committee (the “Committee”) is authorized by the Bylaws of Equifax Inc. (the “Company”) to exercise all of the powers of the Board of Directors (the “Board”) in managing the business and affairs of the Company during the intervals between meetings of the Board of Directors, subject to Board discretion or as limited by applicable laws.
The Board of Directors may appoint from their members an Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall consist of not less than three nor more than five members, the precise number to be fixed by resolution of the Board of Directors from time to time. A majority of the members of the Committee shall be non-management directors. The Chairman of the Board or Presiding Director shall be the Chairman of the Executive Committee, as determined by the non-management members of the Board.
The Committee shall meet as frequently as circumstances dictate or at the discretion of the Chair of the Committee. The affirmative vote of a majority of all the members of the Committee shall be necessary to its adoption of any resolution. All action by the Committee shall be reported to the Board of Directors at its meeting next succeeding such action, and shall be subject to revision or alteration by the Board of Directors, provided that no rights or interests of third parties shall be negatively affected by any such revision or alteration.
IV. Responsibilities and Duties
The Committee shall possess and may exercise all the powers of the Board in the management of all the affairs of the Company, including but not limited to, the making of contracts, the purchase and sale of property, the execution of legal instruments and all other matters in which specific direction shall not have been given by the Board of Directors.
Last revised February 20, 2020
The Governance Committee (the “Committee”) shall assist the Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Equifax Inc. (the “Company”) with respect to (A) Board organization, membership, and function, (B) committee structure and membership, and (C) oversight of evaluation and compensation of the Board. The Committee shall exercise a leadership role in shaping the corporate governance of the Company and shall recommend to the Board corporate governance guidelines applicable to the Company.
The membership of the Committee shall consist of independent directors as determined and appointed by the Board. Each of these directors shall be independent in accordance with New York Stock Exchange rules (“NYSE Rules”). Prior experience with governance issues is useful to membership on this Committee.
The Committee shall meet at least quarterly and at such other times as determined by the Chair of the Committee, or a majority of the committee members. The Committee will report its activities and findings to the Board on a regular basis.
The Board may appoint a Chair of the Committee. The Chair will preside, when present, at all meetings of the Committee. A majority of the members will constitute a quorum for the transaction of business. A majority of the members present at any meeting at which a quorum is present may act on behalf of the Committee. The Committee may meet by audio or videoconference and may take action by written consent.
IV. RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
The specific duties and responsibilities of the Committee shall include:
- Evaluate the performance of the directors on a continuing basis individually and collectively, manage the annual Board performance self-evaluation process and report annually to the Board an assessment of the Board’s performance.
- Make recommendations to the Board regarding the composition and responsibilities of Board committees.
- Annually review all Board committee charters, including this Charter, and recommend to the Board any changes thereto.
- Periodically review and recommend to the Board any changes in the Company’s corporate governance guidelines.
- Recommend to the Board on matters of Board policies and practices, including policies on director service and tenure and corporate governance, and monitor the implementation of such policies and practices.
- Review and discuss with the Company’s management the Company’s responses to shareholder proposals or determine a committee of the Board appropriately responsible therefor.
- Annually review with the Board the appropriate skills and characteristics required of Board members in the context of the current circumstances of the Board at that point in time.
- Develop and recommend to the Board criteria for the selection of qualified directors, including criteria for the evaluation of nominees submitted by the shareholders.
- Recommend to the Board the Committee’s slate of directors for submission to shareholders at the Company’s annual meeting.
- Screen director nominees submitted for consideration by shareholders.
- Make nominations and recommendations concerning new director candidates in view of pending additions, resignations or retirements.
- Oversee the director orientation and continuing education activities of the Board.
- Review any director candidate nominated for election pursuant to the proxy access or advance notice provisions of the Bylaws, discuss with management related supporting materials to determine compliance with the requirements of such provisions and make recommendations to the Board with respect to properly nominated director candidates.
- At least annually, review and recommend action to the Board to authorize, approve, amend and/or terminate any new or existing non-employee director compensation and benefits.
- Review, with the advice of legal counsel, any questions regarding the independence of outside directors, and recommend to the Board such action as required by the NYSE Rules or other applicable legal or regulatory standards.
- Oversee the Company’s Political Engagement Policy and other policies and practices related to political contributions and contributions to trade associations and other tax-exempt or similar organizations that may engage in political activity.
- Review and discuss with the Company’s management, at least annually, the Company’s political activities, including direct and indirect political spending and lobbying activities and expenditures.
- As the Committee determines appropriate, (a) oversee the Company’s strategy with respect to environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) priorities, and (b) coordinate with other Board committees regarding substantive initiatives related to ESG priorities.
V. GENERAL PROVISIONS
- The Committee may establish such subcommittees of its members as it deems appropriate to assist it in its duties, provided that it retains ultimate responsibility for such matters as prescribed by the applicable regulatory or listing requirements.
- In the course of fulfilling its duties, the Committee may at any time seek advice and assistance from outside legal counsel, consultants or other advisors as the Committee deems necessary or appropriate to carry out its duties on such terms as the Committee, in its sole discretion, shall determine to be fair and reasonable without necessity for Board approval.
- The Committee shall have the sole authority to retain and terminate any search firm to be used to identify director candidates, including sole authority to approve the search firm’s fees and other retention terms.
- The Committee shall receive appropriate funding, as it determines, from the Company for payment of compensation to any search firm, outside legal counsel, or consultants or other advisors engaged by the Committee, and for ordinary administrative expenses of the Committee that are necessary or appropriate in carrying out its duties.
- The Committee may exercise such additional powers and duties as may be reasonable, necessary or desirable, in the Board or the Committee’s discretion, to fulfill its duties under this Charter and applicable law, as the Board or the Committee deems necessary or appropriate.
- The Committee shall conduct an annual performance self-evaluation.
Last revised February 4, 2021
Comité de technologie
Le but du Comité de Technologie est d’assister le Conseil d’administration en ce qui concerne sa supervision de (i) la stratégie technologique de l’Entreprise et les investissements technologiques importants en support de ses besoins corporatifs globaux et (ii) les risques liés à la cybersécurité et à la technologie et les efforts managériaux pour contrôler et réduire ces risques. Les domaines à examiner comprennent : la stratégie relative à la technologie de l’information, les importantes nouvelles gammes de produits ou investissements dans la technologie et la réponse de l’Entreprise aux menaces et possibilités offertes par la technologie. En outre, le Comité surveillera l’atténuation des risques cernés pour toute l’Entreprise dans les domaines susmentionnés.
Le Comité sera constitué de trois directeurs ou plus sur décision et élection par le Conseil d’administration. Chaque directeur sera indépendant conformément aux Règles établies par New York Stock Exchange et dégagé de toute relation importante (directement ou en qualité de partenaire, actionnaire ou dirigeant d’une organisation qui possède une telle relation avec l’Entreprise) qui, selon le Conseil d’administration, entraverait l’exercice de son indépendance en qualité de membre du Comité. Les compétences suivantes sont particulièrement utiles pour les membres du Comité : bonnes connaissances et expérience du développement et/ou le déploiement de la technologie, stratégie technologique, et évaluation des risques et la gestion technologiques, incluant la gestion des risques de la sécurité des données.
- Le Comité se réunira au moins tous les trimestres, et à d’autres périodes, et sur décision du président du Comité ou de la majorité des membres du Comité.
- Le Conseil d’administration peut nommer un président du Comité. Le président sera le président de séance, lorsqu’il sera présent, à toutes les réunions du Comité. La majorité des membres du Comité constituera un quorum pour la marche des affaires. Le Comité peut se réunir par conférence audio ou vidéo et peut prendre des mesures sur consentement écrit.
- Pour promouvoir une communication ouverte et sincère, le Comité se réunira avec la direction et les conseillers externes rendant des revues du programme de cybersécurité de l’Entreprise en sessions exécutives séparées.
- Le Comité présentera régulièrement des rapports sur ses activités et constatations au Conseil d’administration.
IV. RESPONSABILITÉS ET FONCTIONS
Les fonctions et responsabilités spécifiques du Comité sont établies plus loin ci-dessous. À moins que spécifié autrement, les intervalles d’examen d’une politique ou d’un programme particulier peuvent être tous les ans, deux fois par an ou à des intervalles plus longs ou plus brefs, selon la nature de la question et des développements affectant l’Entreprise à cet égard.
A. Stratégie et Investissements Technologiques
- Revoir les informations sur la stratégie de la technologie de l’Entreprise à la lumière des besoins corporatifs globaux en développement de l’Entreprise.
- Examiner et présenter au Conseil d’administration en regard du budget annuel de la technologie.
- Surveiller les programmes importants de développement de nouveaux produits technologiques (y compris des logiciels) et nouveaux investissements dans la technologie, notamment les risques techniques et conjoncturels associés au développement des produits et à l’investissement.
- Surveiller et superviser la revue de l’Entreprise sur les tendances futures de la technologie qui peuvent affecter les plans stratégiques, notamment les tendances générales de l’industrie et les nouvelles possibilités et menaces causées par de nouvelles technologies, en particulier des technologies perturbatrices.
- Évaluer la portée et la qualité de la propriété intellectuelle du portfolio et de la stratégie de l’Entreprise.
B. Gestion des risques liés à la cybersécurité et la technologie
- En coordination avec le Comité de vérification, superviser la gestion des risques concernant la cybersécurité. Le Comité pourra, s’il le juge approprié, organiser des réunions du Comité de vérification et le Comité à propos de la gestion du risque concernant la cybersécurité ou d’autres faits appropriés.
- Passer en revue avec la direction les investissements et l’infrastructure liés à la technologie associés à la gestion des risques, notamment les politiques sur la sécurité des informations, la reprise après catastrophe et la continuité des activités.
- Passer en revue avec la direction l’efficacité du programme de cybersécurité de l’Entreprise et de tous les changements et améliorations majeurs relatifs aux contrôles et plans de cybersécurité de l’Entreprise.
- Recevoir les rapports sur l’architecture de sécurité technique de l’Entreprise.
- Passer en revue et rapporter au Conseil d’administration concernant le budget et les ressources allouées à la cybersécurité.
- Passer en revue avec la direction et reporter au Conseil d’administration concernant la cause profonde et les efforts de réparation liés à tous les incidents de cybersécurité matériels.
- Passer en revue avec la direction et reporter au Conseil d’administration concernant les aspects technologiques du Plan de continuité de l’Entreprise.
- Passer en revue avec la direction l’efficacité des protocoles d’escalade de l’Entreprise concernant le rapport immédiat des incidents de cybersécurité à la direction, au Comité et au Conseil d’administration.
- En coordination avec le Comité de vérification, passer en revue les rapports périodiques internes à la direction concernant la technologie de l’information et les problèmes de cybersécurité préparés par le département de vérification interne et la réponse de la direction ainsi que le statut des premières recommandations exceptionnelles.
C. Conseillers externes de cybersécurité
- Superviser la sélection, l’affectation et la conservation (par le Comité ou autre) des conseillers externes pour revoir le programme de cybersécurité de l’Entreprise et autrement pour soutenir le travail du Comité.
- Revoir les plans et la méthodologie de la revue périodique et de l’évaluation du programme de cybersécurité par les conseillers externes.
- Passer en revue avec la direction et les conseillers externes les résultats des revues du programme de cybersécurité de l’Entreprise obtenus par les conseillers externes et les plans de réparation à adresser à toute défaillance de contrôle matérielle identifiée.
- Se réunir au moins une fois par trimestre avec le Responsable de la sécurité des systèmes d’information et le Directeur de la technologie dans des sessions exécutives afin de discuter des risques de la technologie de l’information et de la cybersécurité, des programmes, des activités, des opportunités et des développements.
- Mener de temps à autre des activités supplémentaires dans la portée des buts primaires du Comité, s’il y a lieu, jugé approprié et/ou assigné par le Conseil d’administration.
V. DISPOSITIONS GÉNÉRALES
- Le Comité peut mettre en place des sous-comités de ses membres comme il le juge approprié, afin de l’assister dans ses fonctions.
- Dans le cadre de l’exécution de ses fonctions, le Comité peut en tout temps demander des conseils et de l’aide à un conseiller technologique ou en cybersécurité externe, ou d’autres conseillers, incluant un conseiller juridique externe, dans la mesure où le Comité le juge nécessaire pour exécuter ses fonctions et selon les conditions qu’il détermine, à sa seule discrétion, afin d’être juste et raisonnable sans l’approbation nécessaire du Conseil d’administration.
- Le Comité recevra un financement approprié, comme il le détermine, de l’Entreprise à titre de rémunération des conseillers technologiques ou de cybersécurité externes, d’autres conseillers ou de conseillers juridiques externes recrutés par le Comité et pour les frais administratifs réguliers du Comité qui sont nécessaires ou appropriés dans le cadre de l’exécution de ses fonctions.
- Le Comité mènera une auto-évaluation annuelle du rendement et présentera un rapport sur les résultats de cette évaluation au Comité de gouvernance.
- Le Comité examinera et évaluera l’adéquation de la Charte du Comité au moins tous les ans et présentera un rapport sur les résultats de cet examen au Comité de gouvernance.
Révisé le 20 mars 2018