Board and committees

This page sets out the board committee's roles and responsibilities for Thrive.

The table below shows the membership of Thrive’s Board committees.

The membership of the committees reflects the expertise of the non-executive Board members. Each committee meets at least twice a year.

 

CommitteeKey ResponsibilityChairMemberTerms of Reference
AuditOversight of the governance, finances, risks and processesTania SonginiCharles MiddletonToR of Audit committee.pdf
NominationsOversight of the performance and appropriateness of the Board resources and recruitment of Board membersJo ButlinKatie GordonToR of Nomination committee.pdf
RemunerationOversight of the appropriateness of the remuneration, incentivisation and retention of Board and senior executivesCharles MiddletonColin Morgan

Katie Gordon

ToR of Remuneration committee.pdf
Operations, Health, Safety & EnvironmentOversight of the HS&E and the operations of the CompanyPeter WestonColin MorganToR OHSE Committee.pdf

Board information

Thrive's Directors participate in four board meetings a year, plus committee meetings, and attend the company's AGM each June.

Further information about the Board Directors and their roles and responsibilities are available in the documents below:

Information received by the board and committees

The Board will be supplied in a timely manner with information in a form and of a quality appropriate to enable it to discharge its duties.

All Directors will receive induction on joining the Board and will regularly update and refresh their skills and knowledge.

The Board will be supplied information no later than four working days before each Board meeting by the management. This information will contain as a minimum:

  • Agenda
  • Minutes from previous meeting
  • Key Performance Indicator (KPI) update
  • Investment / developments update
  • Operations, Health, Safety and Environment Report
  • Finance Report
  • Shareholder/Governance Report

Committees will receive from the management, no later than four working days before each Committee meeting, as a minimum:

  • Agenda
  • Minutes from previous meeting

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