Corporate Compliance

Mullen Group Ltd.

As a publicly-traded company responsible to our shareholders and investors, strong corporate governance practices are vital.

Mullen Group’s Board of Directors is committed to a high standard of corporate governance, and in particular, we follow the highest standards of ethics and integrity.

The Canadian Securities Administrators Governance Policy requires issuers to make prescribed disclosure regarding their governance practices. The Board has established corporate governance practices which it believes are appropriate for one of Canada’s leading transportation and oilfield service companies. These practices substantially meet the requirements of the CSA Disclosure Instrument. Our corporate governance practices are summarized each year in our PDF FileInformation Circular.

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The principle objective of Mullen Group’s Disclosure Policy is to ensure that communications with the investing public concerning Mullen Group are:

  • Timely, factual and accurate; and
  • Broadly disseminated in accordance with all the applicable legal and regulatory requirements.

The policy extends to all employees of Mullen Group and its subsidiaries, its Board of Directors and those authorized to speak on Mullen Group’s behalf. Its intention is to cover disclosures in documents filed with the securities regulators, financial and non-financial disclosure, including management’s discussion and analysis (“MD&A”) and written statements made in Mullen Group’s annual and quarterly reports, news releases, letters to shareholders, presentations by senior management and information contained on Mullen Group’s website and other electronic communications. The policy extends to oral statements made in meetings and telephone conversations with analysts and investors, interviews with the media, as well as speeches, press conferences and conference calls. 

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Environmental, Social And Corporate Governance

Environmental, social, and corporate governance (“ESG“) factors contribute to long-term value for our shareholders. In delivering that value, we must remain committed to workplace safety, environmental stewardship and social responsibility. Our Business Units have the ability to offer multi-faceted solutions, including diverse modes of transportation from over the road transportation to intermodal. We are dedicated to creating a more sustainable supply chain by innovating fleet operations, improving fuel mileage and using technology to reduce our environmental footprint. For more information on our ESG practices and management, please refer to our PDF File2021 ESG Report

Code of Conduct

Mullen Group Ltd. has adopted a code of ethics and conduct titled PDF File“How We Conduct Our Business – A Behaviour Guide” to reinforce its culture of integrity and provide guidance to its personnel to ensure their actions align with the company’s commitments and values. The guide applies to all personnel of Mullen Group, including its subsidiaries, and addresses various ethical standards such as compliance with the law, conflicts of interest, use of company property, investment activity, social media, and working safely. The guide aims to strengthen the relationship between the company and its stakeholders by promoting honesty, respect, and integrity.

Whistle Blower

Whistleblower Policy

Understanding and acting upon any issues that exist regarding financial, accounting and/or audit matters is an essential component of Mullen Group’s ability to take action and ensure the highest levels of financial integrity.

Mullen Group’s confidential and anonymous financial concern hotline:

Whistleblower Hotline

Tax Policy

Mullen Group is committed to complying with all applicable tax laws, rules, and regulations without exception. The company seeks to comply with the letter and spirit of all tax laws, always operates in strict compliance, and does not engage in aggressive tax planning or artificial arrangements. Mullen Group and its subsidiaries are responsible for various fees and taxes, and the company’s tax policy extends to all directors, officers, employees, owner-operators, and dedicated contractors.

PDF FileTax Policy