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Governance

Sage is committed to the highest standards of corporate governance. Good governance is about more than adhering to codes of conduct – it's about living our values and doing business the right way. Governance at Sage defines the ways in which we conduct ourselves, our approach to ethical matters and rigorous assessment of risk.

Our policies, processes and people form the foundations for long-term, sustainable success, and our continued ability to generate value for our shareholders, customers, colleagues and communities.

Our leadership

The Sage Board of Directors and Leadership Team promote uncompromising ethical standards. 

Code of conduct

Our commitment to do the right thing by our customers, colleagues and communities comes first at Sage. Our code of conduct is one way in which we put our values into practice. 

Remuneration policy

This policy framework includes, but is not limited to, establishing stretching performance-related elements of reward and is intended to promote the long-term success of the company. 

Board Diversity, Equity and Inclusion policy

How we approach creating and maintaining the appropriate Board and Committee composition.

Tax strategy

How we manage tax affairs in a responsible and transparent manner.

Managing risk

Details of how we effectively identify, evaluate and manage corporate risk.

Public affairs

Actively championing our customers and managing all our stakeholders.

Articles of Association

The rules which bind Sage and its shareholders in relation to how the company is administered.

Anti-slavery and human trafficking

We take a zero-tolerance approach to slavery and human trafficking and are committed to ensuring that all Sage colleagues, as well as the people who work on our behalf, are protected.

Group subsidiary statements

Section 172(1) statements explaining how the directors have given due regard for the matters set out in the Companies Act 2006.

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