Corporate Governance

Ashmore is committed to maintaining high standards of corporate governance. The Listing Rules of the Financial Conduct Authority require UK listed companies to report on the manner in which they apply the UK Corporate Governance Code. Our report on corporate governance will be included in the Company's annual financial statements.

Terms of Reference

The Board manages Ashmore Group plc through a number of committees, each of which has detailed terms of reference and meets regularly. The three principal committees are Audit, Remuneration and Nominations and the terms of reference of these committees can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate link below.

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BCP communication with stakeholders

BCP communication with stakeholders

Conflict of Interest Statement

Ashmore takes seriously its obligations to consider and manage potential conflicts of interest. Our conflicts statement can be found in the PDF link here.

Order Execution Policy

Ashmore is committed to meeting the requirements of Order Execution and takes all reasonable steps to obtain the best possible result when placing orders on behalf of its Clients with other entities for execution, or executing such orders on behalf of its Clients. Please refer to the policy below for further information:

UK Stewardship Code

Ashmore Group plc's UK Stewardship Code in the PDF below provides an overview on how, and the extent to which, Ashmore Investment Management Limited complies with the Principles of the UK Stewardship Code. This document will open in a new browser window.

UK Stewardship Code

Shareholders Rights Directive (SRD II) Engagement Policy 

The below statement refers to Ashmore’s Engagement Policy in accordance with SRD II:

Shareholder Rights Directive (SRD II) Engagement Policy

UK Tax Strategy

The below tax strategy statement applies to all UK resident Ashmore Group companies and the publication of this statement is in compliance with Part 2 of Schedule 19 Finance Act 2016.

UK tax strategy

Ashmore Complaints Handling Procedure

Anyone wishing to make a complaint about any aspect of the service they have received from Ashmore is asked to make the complaint in writing with full details of their complaint. Please refer to the below document for further information:

Ashmore Complaints Handling Procedure

Proxy Voting Policy

The below statement refers to Ashmore’s Proxy Voting Policy:

Proxy Voting Policy

Section 172 statements

Certain subsidiaries of Ashmore Group plc are required to make statements in relation to Section 172 of the Companies Act 2006. The relevant companies' statements are available below:

AIML Section 172 statement 30 June 2020

AIAL Section 172 statement 30 June 2020

AIUK Section 172 statement 30 June 2020

Investor relations