Governance and Transparency
While we are focused on helping to drive the sustainable growth of Asia’s businesses, we take responsibility for the impact we make to the parts of the value chains we control.
As a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, we are accountable in the areas of human rights, labour standards, environmental protection and the fight against corruption.
Annually we publish a modern slavery statement to address human rights issues.
We work with our stakeholders to empower communities, and positively impact the environment through our operations and the supply chains we can influence.
We are committed to best-in-class governance systems and processes.
In addition to our Board, our day-to-day operations are governed by Noble’s Code of Business Conduct and Guidelines, and are stringently enforced.
Adding extra governance to our business, we have a comprehensive cyber-security framework that underlines our robust risk management procedures, and ensures the safety and security of our customers’ and employees’ data.
By publishing an annual Sustainability Report that outlines material sustainability criteria and our progress, and in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiatives GRI Standards, we demonstrate our commitment to greater transparency and accountability.
Today, companies need to show they are fit for a cleaner and more inclusive future.
We believe running a business that operates in the best interests of our stakeholders is key to Noble’s long-term success.