Corporate Governance

McPherson's corporate governance practices follow the ASX Corporate Governance Council's Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations, and are outlined in  McPherson's Corporate Governance Satement.

The practices are dealt with in this statement under the following headings:

  • Board of Directors
  • Nomination and Remuneration Committee
  • Audit Risk Management and Compliance Committee
  • Risk Management
  • Internal Control and Compliance Framework
  • Ethical Standards and Stakeholders
  • Communications to Shareholders

Corporate Governance Statement.pdf

McPherson's has adopted a series of other charters and policies, which can be downloaded below:

Board Charter.pdf

Audit Risk Management & Compliance Committee Charter.pdf

Nomination & Remuneration Committee Charter.pdf

Retained and Delegated Authorities of the Board.pdf

 Ethics and Responsible Business Conduct Policy.pdf

 Securities Trading Policy.pdf

 Communications Policy.pdf

 Risk Management Policy.pdf

 Diversity Policy.pdf

Performance Evaluation Process for Directors and Key Executives.pdf

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    Innovation is at the heart of everything we do. It drives how we work, how we play and how we plan ahead. But what does innovation mean? It’s different from business improvement, which is the process of doing things better. And, while that’s important, it’s also a given.

    Innovation means doing things differently. It means not following the herd, but embarking on journeys of discovery. We have a dedicated Innovation Team at McPherson’s involved in research, data and trend analysis, product design and graphic design. The McPherson’s Innovation Hub is our showcase of our products, ideas and new initiatives and new trends in our markets. This is also the place to come to if you would like to collaborate with us and join us on our innovation journey.



    We are a very different company to the one that manufactured the five million rivets needed to build the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

    When we started in 1860 we realised that in order to survive, we needed to constantly innovate. These days our focus is on world class supply chain delivery - allowing us to service approximately 10,000 retail outlets. We also provide retail customers with a one-source opportunity for complete category management.