The Company and its subsidiaries are prohibited from doing business with companies or individuals involved in illegal or unethical practices such as money laundering, terrorist financing, drug dealing, weapons dealing, prostitution or other criminal behaviour.
Our BI policy seeks to ensure compliance with a broad range of ethical considerations and applicable laws including:
- Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (“CFT”) – MIL’s operations are designed to comply with the Financial Action Task Force (“FATF”) recommendations;
- Corporate Governance – as a company listed on the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (“AIM”) MIL has a designated Nominations and Corporate Governance Committee to ensure that the highest standards of corporate governance are upheld. Additionally, its activities are monitored by Grant Thornton, its independent Nominated Advisor (“Nomad”);
- Sanctions – we rigorously screen all potential business and trading partners;
- Anti-bribery/ Anti-Corruption – as a UK listed company we adhere to the UK’s Anti Bribery Act;
- Social and environmental considerations – click here for further details;
- Insider Trading; and
- Share dealing.
All MIL staff receive semi-annual training on our BI policies and practices.