CORPORATE GOVERNANCE MANUAL
This policy is intended to outline the practices and processes by which Adriatic Metals PLC is directed and controlled.
The primary objective of the Company will be to focus on mineral exploration of resource opportunities that have the potential to deliver growth of the Company for the benefit of Shareholders. In order to achieve this, exploration programmes have been prepared and budgeted and include, but are not limited to, drilling and assaying, resource modelling, metallurgical testing and potential mine scoping studies as well tenement administration, general administration and geological services in relation to the Veovaca and Rupice Projects and satellite prospects.
The results of the exploration programs will determine the economic viability and possible timing for the commencement of further work including scoping studies and possible development on the Projects. The exploration programs and budgeted expenditure outlined in the Independent Geologist’s Report are subject to modification on an ongoing basis and are contingent on the circumstances of the Company and the market, results and other opportunities. Expenditure may be reallocated as a consequence of such changes or new opportunities arising and will always be prioritised in accordance with due regard to geological merit and other business decisions related to the Company’s activities.
The Board of Directors of Eastern Mining is responsible for establishing the corporate governance framework of the group having regard to the ASX Corporate Governance Council published guidelines. The Board guides and monitors the business and affairs of the group on behalf of the shareholders by whom they are elected and to whom they are accountable.