Corporate Governance

Infigen is committed to conducting its business activities with honesty, fairness and integrity and expects all employees to maintain high standards in accordance with the Code of Conduct and other policies adopted by the group.

The Whistleblower Policy complements the Code of Conduct and is designed to assist with promoting and reinforcing Infigen’s commitment to a culture of honest and ethical behaviour. Infigen is committed to investigating reported concerns in a manner which is fair and objective in accordance with the Whistleblower Policy and the Corporations Act 2001(Cth).

The purpose of the Whistleblower Policy is to:

  • encourage genuine concerns to be raised in good faith as soon as possible about misconduct, malpractice, irregularities or any other behaviour which is dishonest, corrupt, illegal or inconsistent with any of Infigen’s values or policies, without the person raising the genuine concern being subject to victimisation, harassment or discriminatory treatment; and
  • provide guidance for employees regarding how to raise any concerns and how those concerns will be investigated.

Any employee suspecting, encountering or discovering any breach, or apparent breach, of Infigen policy, or any other conduct or behaviour that they regard in good faith as improper, unlawful or against the interests of Infigen, are expected to make a report as soon as possible to Infigen’s Whistleblower Protection Officer or to Infigen’s external and independent whistleblowing service provider.