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A copy of the Continuous Disclosure Policy can be found on the Company’s website at via the “Investors” and “Governance” sections.GOVERNANCE, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL STATEMENTS (continued)
11SHAREHOLDER COMMUNICATIONSThe Company’s website contains an overview of the Company’s business and its history (“Consumer Matters” section), and an “Investors” section which includes the following information for shareholders:• all market announcements and related documents, which are posted immediately after release to the ASX;• details relating to the Company’s directors and executives; • Board and Board Committee charters and other corporate governance documents;• a calendar of forthcoming key dates such as the date of results releases and the Company’s AGM; • a summary of the Company’s dividend policy and its dividend payment history; and• details of how investors can contact the Company and its share registry.Shareholders can elect to receive communications from the Company’s share registry electronically which also gives shareholders the opportunity to manage their account details and holdings electronically. Shareholders are also able to send communications to the Company and receive responses to these communications electronically.A copy of the Company’s Shareholder Communication Policy can be found on the Company’s website at via the “Investors” and “Governance” sections.The Company has an investor relations program which involves regular meetings with significant current and potential investors, and with analysts and the financial media.The Company holds its Annual General Meeting in Melbourne, to which all shareholders are invited. Shareholders who are unable to attend can appoint a proxy to attend and vote or, alternatively, can vote electronically in advance of the Meeting. The Company ensures that the external auditor attends its Annual General Meeting and is available to answer shareholder questions about the conduct of the audit and the preparation and content of the auditor’s report.RISK IDENTIFICATION AND MANAGEMENTJB Hi-Fi’s policy is to consider the balance of risk and reward, as far as practicable, in order to optimise the returns gained from its business activities and to meet the expectations of its shareholders.The Board has delegated to the Audit and Risk Management Committee responsibility for overseeing the implementation of policies and procedures aimed at ensuring that the Company conducts its operations in a manner that adequately manages risk to protect its people, the environment and the Company’s assets and reputation. Risk identification and management is also a key focus of the executive and management teams.