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Articles and Bylaws/Board Charters
The HM Foundation’s governance structure is defined in its articles and bylaws filed with the South African Master of Supreme Court’s Office (?). Further, we utilise a charter and work plan for each committee of the Board that defines the roles, responsibilities and meeting agendas for each. The Foundation utilises an enterprise risk framework to help identify, prioritise and assign risk responsibilities to management and the Board.
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Conflicts of Interest/Code of Conduct Policy
The HM Foundation has a conflict of interest/code of conduct policy that applies to our Board, staff, key partners, universities and vendors in the communities we serve. Our goal is to avoid situations where our relationships impair our ability, in fact or appearance, to be independent in our decision making. We communicate our policy regularly to the Board as we forge new relationships in pursuit of our goals.