Corporate Governance

This document discloses the extent to which Alchemia Limited ACN 071 666 334 (Company) has followed the recommendations set by the ASX Corporate Governance Council in the third edition of its Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations (ASX Recommendations) during the relevant part of the reporting period.

Key to Disclosures Corporate Governance Council Principles and Recommendations

Key to Disclosures - Corporate Governance Council Principles and Recommendations for Alchemia Limited

Alchemia Ltd recognises its talented and diverse workforce as a key competitive advantage, and is committed to workplace diversity. Diversity includes, but is not limited to, gender, age, ethnicity and cultural background.

This policy defines the initiatives which assist Alchemia with maintaining and improving the diversity of its workforce.

To the extent practicable, Alchemia will address the recommendations and guidance provided in the ASX Corporate Governance Council’s Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations (ASX Principles) through this policy.

This document contains the Constitution of Alchemia Limited ACN 071 666 334, a public listed company limited by shares

The role of the Committee is to provide advice to the Board concerning the scientific issues relevant to the Company, as well as the long-term scientific strategies of the Company. The Committee will primarily fulfil these responsibilities by carrying out the activities outlined in the Scope of Responsibility section of this Charter.

This policy statement summarises the law relating to insider trading and sets out the policy of Alchemia on employees dealing in shares of Alchemia and those of other companies.

The policy and procedures are designed to ensure Alchemia complies at all times with the continuous disclosure obligations imposed by law and to meet best practice guidelines. The policy is intended to cover all external dissemination of information whether to investors, analysts, media or other third party.

Shareholders, staff and the broader community have particular expectations about the way in which Alchemia operates. We are all responsible for Alchemia achieving the highest levels of business conduct. All Alchemia employees are accountable for acting in line with the policies and standards outlined in this code.

The Committee is established by the Board to assist it and report to it in relation to the matters with which it is charged with responsibility. The role of the Committee is to advise on the establishment and maintenance of a framework of internal control and appropriate ethical standards for the management of the Group, having particular consideration to the areas of financial and risk management.