Our governance framework supports the delivery of our strategic priorities and helps to protect the interests of all our stakeholders.
We have an agreed schedule of matters specifically reserved for the Board’s decision.
Schedule of matters reserved for the board (PDF 146 KB)
We have a formal and transparent procedure for developing policy on executive remuneration.
Remuneration Committee Terms of Reference (PDF 305 KB)
The Company’s current Directors’ Remuneration Policy (PDF 481 KB) (extracted from the Annual Report and Accounts 2016) was approved by shareholders at the AGM held on 24 January 2017.
We have established formal and transparent arrangements for considering how we apply financial reporting and internal control principles.
Audit Committee Terms of reference (PDF 319 KB)
Policy for the provision of non-audit services (PDF 227 KB)
We have a formal and transparent procedure for the appointment of new directors to the board.
Nomination Committee Terms of reference (PDF 292 KB)
Here you can read the Articles of Association of Marston’s PLC.
Articles of Association (PDF 650 KB)
Our policy is to treat all employees and job applicants in the same way regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, nationality, race, religious beliefs,
origin, membership or non-membership of a trade union, spent convictions or disability.
Equal opportunities for our equal opportunities policy (PDF 31 KB)
Marston’s recognises that collecting and paying tax are an important part of the way in which our business contributes to society, and the Group takes its obligations very seriously.
The Tax Strategy, approved by the Board of Marston’s PLC, sets out the Group’s approach to managing its tax affairs.
See our tax strategy (PDF 468 KB)
We all times conducts its business with the highest standards of integrity and honesty. It expects all employees to maintain the same standards in
everything they do. Employees are therefore encouraged to report any wrongdoing by Marston's PLC or its employees which falls short of these business principals.
See our whistleblowing policy (PDF 198 KB)
We adopt the principles set out in the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) professional code of ethics.
See the code of ethics on the CIPS site
The Pubs Code Regulations came into effect on 21st July 2016. For more information please see our Statutory Pubs Code page.