Eloro resources is committed to creating sustainable long-term value for its shareholders which is achieved by adhering to best practices in corporate governance.

The company has established a set of policies with respect to ethical business practices, personal conduct, environmental, safety and occupational health practices, competition and fair dealings, and disclosure of information that describes it commitment to promoting effective functioning of personnel and improve the company performance.

All directors, officers, employees acting directly or indirectly on behalf of the company are subject to the company’s Anti-bribery and Anti-corruption policy.

The Board of Directors believes that a board made up of highly qualified directors from diverse backgrounds is a means of enhancing the corporation’s performance by recognizing and utilizing the contribution of diverse skills and talent form its directors, officers, employees, and consultants.

As part of the company’s commitment to ever improving its governance practices, Eloro Resources is planning to complete our inaugural ESG report in 2023 post our initial MRE in the fourth quarter of 2022.