At GSK we are committed to operating at the highest standards of corporate governance.
We believe our governance structure underpins our ability to deliver the Group's strategy to grow a diversified business, deliver more products of value and simplify the operating model.
This section provides information on how GSK is governed, including details on our Board Committees and non-Board Committees, shareholder information and services, global compliance, ethical conduct, and contact details for our UK and US offices.
More about governance
Discover the details of our other specific committees, such as the Disclosure Committee, who sits on them and what they do
Information on reporting to shareholders, such as financial results which are announced on a quarterly basis in April, July, October and February
Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 established new standards for corporate accountability in the USA. Find out how GSK ensures compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley
Global Ethics and Compliance
The Global Compliance function is responsible for supporting the development and implementation of practices that comply with laws and Group policy
Policies, codes and standards
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What we do
We aim to bring differentiated, high-quality and needed healthcare products to as many people as possible, with our three global businesses, scientific and technical know-how and talented people.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is responsible for the group's system of corporate governance and is ultimately accountable for the group's activities, strategy, risk management and financial performance.
We are changing the way we work to further embed our values in everything we do, including the way we research, develop, sell and market our products
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