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Code Of Conduct & Ethics For Directors & Senior Management


This Model Code of Conduct for Directors & Senior Management personnel is a guide to help Directors on the Board & Senior Management team of the Company to live up to Company’s ethical standards and their own. Though it summarizes many of the laws that LGS Global Limited, as a Company is required to follow, it also goes beyond the legal minimums by describing the ethical values that have all along been shared by the Directors and Senior Management Personnel.

The rules and principles set forth in this Code are general in nature and the compliance with the Code shall be ensured read with other applicable policies and procedures of the Company.

This model Code of Conduct may be reviewed by the Board from time to time to keep in pace with the regulatory environment and any amendments to this Code, shall be approved by the Board of Directors.


The Directors both executive and non executive, are obliged to carry out their duties in an honest, fair, diligent and ethical manner, within the scope of the authority conferred upon them and in accordance with the laws, rules, regulations, agreements, guidelines, standards and internal policies and procedures. The Board of Directors of the Company is entrusted with the fiduciary responsibility of oversight of the affairs of the Company. As Directors of the Company, they have a duty to make decisions and implement policies in the best interests of the Company and its stakeholders.

This Code of Conduct is applicable to :

The Directors, both executive and non-executive Directors, Senior Management team comprising of members of Management one level below the Executive Directors, including all functional heads.


The Directors & Senior Management personnel are required to act in accordance with the highest standards of personal and professional integrity, honestly, ethical and legal conduct, when acting on behalf of the Company or in connection with the Company’s business or operations and at social events.

An honest conduct is considered as such when a conduct is free from fraud or deception. We consider ethical conduct to be conduct conforming to the accepted professional standards of conduct and include ethical handling of actual or apparent conflicts of interests between personal and professional relationships.

The Directors and the Senior Management personnel shall


General Guidance
The Directors and senior management personnel are expected to avoid and disclose any activity or association that creates or appears to create a conflict between the personal interests and the Company’s business interests. A Conflict of interest exists where the interests or benefits of one person or entity conflict with the interests or benefits of the Company.

Relationships with prospective or existing suppliers, contractors, customers, competitors or regulators must not affect the independent and sound judgment on behalf of the Company. General guidelines to better understand several of the most common examples of situations that may cause a conflict of interest are listed below. Directors & the Senior management personnel are required to disclose to the Board any situation that may be, or appear to be, a conflict of interest. When in doubt, Disclosure is the best way out.

(a). Outside Employment
Executives Directors and Senior Management personnel shall not work for or receive payments for services from any competitor, customer, distributor or supplier of the Company without approval of the Board. Any outside activity must be strictly separated from the company’s employment and should not harm job performance at the company. The Executive Directors and the Senior Management personnel shall devote themselves exclusively to the business of the Company and shall not accept any other work or assignment (part-time or otherwise).

(b). Board Memberships
Acceptance of Directorship on the Boards of other Companies, which compete, with the Company amounts to conflict of interest. Helping the community by serving on Boards of non-profit or welfare organizations is encouraged, and does not require prior approval.

(c). Family Members and Close Personal Relationships
Directors and Senior Management personnel shall not use personal influence to make the Company do business with a company/institution in which his or her relatives are interested. As a general rule, Directors and Senior Management personnel shall avoid conducting Company’s business with a relative or with an entity in which a relative is associated in any significant role. In case of conflicts, disclosure shall be made to the Board of Directors and a prior approval shall be obtained.

(d). Gifts
(Gifts are not always physical objects—they might also be services, favors or other items of value.)

The Directors and Senior Management personnel shall not accept lavish gifts or gratuities or any offer, payment, promise to pay, or authorization to pay any money, or anything of value that could be interpreted to adversely affect business decisions or likely to compromise their personal or professional integrity. Gift items of nominal value, such as small promotional items bearing another company’s name, business meals, gifts received because of personal relationships and not because of official position, mementos received because of attending a widely held gatherings as panelist /speaker and other customary gifts are allowed.

Gifts on behalf of the Company - some business situations call for giving gifts. These gifts shall be legal, reasonable. Directors and senior Management personnel shall not pay bribes. It is understood that gift-giving practices vary among cultures and countries. Directors and Senior Management personnel shall not provide any gift if law or the policy of the recipient’s organization prohibits it. For example, the associates of many government entities around the world are prohibited from accepting gifts.

(e). Investments
Directors and Senior Management personnel may not allow their investments to influence, or appear to influence, their independent judgment on behalf of the Company. This could happen in many ways, but it is most likely to create the appearance of a conflict of interest if a Director or Senior Manager has a significant investment in a competitor, supplier, customer, or distributor and his decisions may have a business impact on this outside party.

(f). Diversion of Business:
Directors and Senior Management personnel shall not divert business opportunities of the Company, by exploiting for their own personal gain. However the Directors and Senior Management personnel can pursue such business opportunities once they are fully disclosed to the Company and the Company declines to pursue such opportunities.

(g). Use of Company’s assets:
The assets of the Company shall be used for legitimate business purposes and shall not be used for personal purposes. Incidental personal use, if reasonable, does not amount to violation of the Code.

(h). Others:
It would be impracticable to attempt to list all possible conflict of interest’s situations and it is possible that other such situations, which are not enumerated above, may arise. All such situations, which arise any questions or doubts, may please be brought to the notice of the Board for appropriate decision.


It is the general obligation of the Directors to conduct the business and operations of the Company in accordance with the laws, rules, regulations, agreements, guidelines; standards including accounting standards governing its operations in the geographies the Company operate. The Directors and Senior Management personnel shall acquire appropriate knowledge of the legal requirements relating to their duties sufficient to enable them to perform their obligations diligently. The Directors and Senior Management personnel shall also comply with the internal policies and procedures of the Company to the extent applicable to them including but not limited to compliance with Prohibition of Insider Trading policy of the Company.


It is the Company’s policy to ensure continuous, timely and adequate disclosure of Company’s information. The Company is committed to full, fair, accurate, timely and understandable disclosure in reports and documents it files with or submits to the regulatory authorities and in other public communications. The Directors and Senior Management personnel shall provide only public information to the analyst/research person/large investors like institutions. Alternatively, the information given to the analyst should be simultaneously made public at the earliest. The Directors and Senior Management personnel must maintain the confidentiality of information relating to the affairs of the Company until and unless authorized or legally required to disclose such information; and shall not use confidential information for their personal advantage.


The Directors and Senior Management personnel are obligated to deal fairly and honestly with each other, the Company’s associates and with the Company’s customers, suppliers, competitors and other third parties. Directors and Senior Management personnel shall not take unfair advantage of anyone through manipulation, concealment, abuse of privileged information, misrepresentation or any other unfair dealing or practice. The Company is committed to free and open competition in the marketplace. Directors and Senior Management personnel shall avoid actions that could reasonably be construed as being anti-competitive, monopolistic or otherwise contrary to laws governing competitive practices in the marketplace, including antitrust laws. Such actions include misappropriation and/or misuse of a competitor’s confidential information or making false statements about the competitor’s business and business practices.


It is the duty and obligation of every Director and Senior Management person to comply with this Code of Conduct and he/she shall acknowledge and affirm ongoing compliance with the Code on an annual basis. Any violation of the Code shall be reported to the Chairman of the Board and to the Compliance Officer of the Company. This Code of Conduct shall be posted on the website of the Company.


The Directors and Senior Management personnel shall read and fully understand this model Code of Conduct and comply with the policies procedures and principles contained therein

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