Corporate Governance

Battery Mineral Resources Corp. (TSXV: BMR) ("Battery") is committed to the highest standards of corporate governance practices. The Company and its board of directors recognize the importance of corporate governance to the effective management of Battery and to the protection of its employees and shareholders. The Company's approach to significant issues of corporate governance is designed with a view to ensuring that the business and affairs of Battery are effectively managed so as to enhance shareholder value. Battery is committed to, and supports, on going reviews of its processes, policies and practices in order to ensure it maintains good stewardship of investor interests. Battery's corporate governance practices have been and continue to be in compliance with applicable Canadian securities and stock exchange requirements and the company continually monitors on going developments with a view to further revising its governance policies and practices, as appropriate. A more detailed discussion of Battery's approach to corporate governance and the activities of the various board committees can be found in Battery's most recently filed management information circular available on the SEDAR.

Certificate of Incorporation
Certificate of Name Change
Notice of Articles
Articles of Incorporation
Board Mandate
Audit and Risk Committee Charter
Corporate Governance, Compensation and Nominating Committee Charter
Health & Safety Environment Community Technical Committee Charter

Our Values

BMR'S FIVE MAIN VALUES UNDERPIN EVERYTHING WE DO AND ARE FUNDAMENTAL IN ACHIEVING OUR VISION THROUGH THE SUCCESS AND GROWTH OF OUR BUSINESS AND PEOPLE.

Delivery and Ownership

Sustained investment in our goals

Strength in collaboration

To protect our people and our environment

Foremost in everything we do

Audit Committee

The primary function of the audit committee (the "Audit Committee") is to assist the Board of Directors in fulfilling its financial oversight responsibilities by reviewing the financial reports and other financial information provided by the Company to regulatory authorities and shareholders, the Company's systems of internal controls regarding finance and accounting and the Company's auditing, accounting, and financial reporting processes.

The Audit Committee is comprised of:

  • Steve Dunmead (Chair)
  • John Kiernan
  • Martin Kostuik