Carnavale Resources Ltd.
Corporate Governance 

Board Charter

1.         Functions and Responsibilities of the Board 

The Board is ultimately responsible for the overall management of Carnavale and for directing its strategic goals, with the aim of creating and delivering shareholder value through maximising the performance of Carnavale's businesses.

In performing its role, the Board’s specific responsibilities include:

(a)       endorsement of the strategic direction for Carnavale's business strategies and objectives;

(b)       approving policies covering the management of business risks, safety and occupational health, community and environmental issues;

(c)        monitoring Carnavale's operational and financial position and performance;

(d)       identifying the principal risks faced by Carnavale and ensuring that appropriate control and monitoring systems are in place to manage the impact of these risks;

(e)       ensuring that Carnavale's financial and other reporting mechanisms result in adequate, accurate and timely information being provided to the Board;

(f)        approving processes, procedures and systems to ensure that financial results are appropriately and accurately reported on a timely basis;

(g)       ensuring that shareholders and the financial market as a whole are fully informed of all material developments in relation to Carnavale and its businesses;

(h)     appointing and, where appropriate, removing the CEO, approving other key executive appointments including the Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary, and planning for executive succession;

(i)         overseeing and evaluating the performance of the CEO and other senior executives in the context of Carnavale’s strategies and objectives;

(j)         ensuring processes and procedures are in place for evaluating the performance of the Board and each Director;

(k)        reviewing and approving executive remuneration and general salary and bonus policy;

(l)      approving Carnavale's budgets and business plans and monitoring the progress of major capital expenditures, capital management and acquisitions and divestitures;

(m)      reviewing and approving Carnavale’s internal compliance and control systems and codes of conduct;

(n)      approving processes, procedures and systems to ensure Carnavale's compliance with all laws, governmental regulations and accounting standards; and

(o)     approving processes, procedures and systems to ensure that Carnavale conducts its business openly and ethically in accordance with the Company’s code of conduct.

2.         Authority Delegated to Senior Management

The Board has delegated to the CEO authority over the day-to-day management of Carnavale and its operations.  This delegation of authority includes responsibility for:

(a)       developing business plans, budgets and strategies for Carnavale for consideration by the Board and, to the extent approved by the Board, implementing these plans, budgets and strategies;

(b)       operating Carnavale's businesses within the parameters set by the Board from time to time, and keeping the Board informed of material developments in Carnavale's businesses;

(c)        where proposed transactions, commitments or arrangements exceed the parameters set by the Board, referring the matter to the Board for its consideration and approval;

(d)       identifying and managing operational and other risks and, where those risks could have a material impact on Carnavale's businesses, formulating strategies for managing these risks for consideration by the Board;

(e)       managing Carnavale’s current financial and other reporting mechanisms and control and monitoring systems to ensure that these mechanisms and systems capture all relevant material information on a timely basis and are functioning effectively;

(f)        ensuring that the Board is provided with sufficient information on a timely basis in regard to Carnavale's businesses, and in particular with respect to Carnavale's performance, financial condition, operating results and prospects, to position the Board to fulfil its governance responsibilities;

(g)       implementing the policies, processes and codes of conduct approved by the Board; and

(h)       implementing policies, processes and procedures for the management and development of the Company’s employees.

3.         The Balance of Responsibility between the Chief Executive Officer and the Chairman

(a)       The Chief Executive Officer has responsibility for the following functions:

         (i)    managing the Company;

         (ii)   recommending policy and strategic direction for Board approval,

         (iii)  conducting the day-to-day operation of the Company

(b)       The Chairman will be responsible for the following functions:

                     (i)    The Chairman is responsible for leadership of the Board, for ensuring that the Board functions effectively, and for communicating the views of the Board to the public. In performing this role the Chairman’s responsibilities include:

                                    (A)    chairing the meetings of the Board;

                                    (B)    ensuring that Board members receive accurate timely and clear information;

                                    (C)    ensuring constructive relations between executive and non-executive Directors;

                                   (D)    ensuring Directors continually update their skills and experience and knowledge of the company necessary to fulfil their role on the Board and any Board Committees;

                                    (E)    having an understanding of Board meeting rules and procedures;

                                  (F)     ensuring that Board meetings are conducted in accordance with Board meeting rules and procedure and the rules and procedures of any relevant regulatory authority and in a proper manner;

                                    (G)    preserving the order of Board meetings including regulating discussion within the scope of the meetings;

                                    (H)    deciding whether proposed motions and amendments and points of order are in order;

                                    (I)      formulating for discussion and decision, questions which have been moved for the consideration of the Board; and

                                    (J)     handling all matters in an impartial manner and ensuring the effective contribution of non-executive Directors.

4.         Selection, Nomination and Appointment of Directors

(a)       Directors are appointed under the terms of the Company’s constitution. Appointments to the Board are based upon merit and against criteria that serves to maintain an appropriate balance of skills, expertise, and experience of the board. The categories considered necessary for this purpose are a blend of accounting and finance, business, technical and administration skills;

(b)       It is the policy of the Company that new Directors undergo an induction process in which they are given a full briefing on the Company.  In order to achieve continuing improvement in Board performance, all Directors are encouraged to undergo continual professional development.  Specifically, Directors are provided with the resources and training to address skills gaps where they are identified.

(c)       The Constitution of the Company requires one third of the directors, other than the Managing Director, to retire from office at each Annual General Meeting.  Directors who have been appointed by the Board are required to retire from office at the next Annual General Meeting and are not taken into account in determining the number of directors to retire at that Annual General Meeting.  Directors cannot hold office for a period in excess of three years or later than the third Annual General Meeting following their appointment without submitting themselves for re-election.  Retiring Directors are eligible for re-election by shareholders

Code of Conduct

1.         Corporate Code of Conduct

1.1       Purpose

The Corporate Code of Conduct has been prepared to help stakeholders understand Carnavale’s standards of ethical business practice. This code applies to all employees, officers, Directors, consultants, agents, and other representatives retained by Carnavale.

The principles set out in this code describe how Carnavale staff should behave.  In every business decision Carnavale makes, we must follow the ethics and compliance principles set forth in this policy.  Carnavale, its Directors, and its employees are required to not only meet these expectations, but also demonstrate them as necessary to ensure their clients, business associates, shareholders and fellow employees are adhering to this Code.  It is also our responsibility to report anything we observe or know about that might violate these principles.

Breach of this code is a serious matter.  It is important that you read this code carefully and ask questions about anything you do not understand.  Each of us must understand and accept our responsibility in preserving and enhancing Carnavale’s reputation for integrity.  I know that you and your colleagues will take pride in always doing the right thing.

1.2       Guiding Principles

The guiding principles to which employees should strive to comply are:

(a)       Performance – ‘strive to excel’

            (i)      Have passion and belief;

            (ii)     Work as a team;

            (iii)    Take accountability; and

            (iv)    Celebrate success

(b)       Simplicity – ‘keep it simple’

            (i)      Focus on priorities;

            (ii)     Be non-bureaucratic

            (iii)    Communicate clearly; and   

            (iv)    Make it easy

(c)       Leadership – ‘show the way’

            (i)      Provide direction;

            (ii)     Think strategically

            (iii)    Be innovative; and

            (iv)    Inspire and enrich

(d)       Commercial Focus – ‘treat it as your own’

            (i)      Be financially responsible;

            (ii)     Make astute decisions;

            (iii)    Understand the market; and

            (iv)    Create long term value

(e)       Integrity – ‘do the right thing’

            (i)      Be open and honest;

            (ii)     Show respect for the individual;

            (iii)    Value differences; and

            (iv)    Be a good corporate citizen

1.3       Fair Dealings with Stakeholders

All Carnavale Directors and employees should strive to be honest and fair in all dealings with customers, business partners, investors, suppliers and communities (“business associates”).

(a)       Business associates

Our relationship with our business associates is central to our success. All employees must ensure they treat the business associates of the company fairly.  Employees must not discriminate against nor harass work colleagues or businesses on the basis of attributes such as gender, colour, nationality, disability, age, pregnancy, or marital status.  Anti-discrimination laws protect Carnavale business associates as well as our employees.

(b)       Business guidelines

Carnavale Directors and employees are expected to conduct daily activities for the company in compliance with all company policies, legal obligations and contractual obligations. This includes complying with:

(i)      Company policies, procedures, rules, regulations and its contracts with its business associates;

(ii)     Applicable legislation;

(iii)    Contracts of employment;

(iv)    All reasonable and legal instructions of managers;

(v)     Occupational Health and Safety requirements;

(vi)    The company’s prohibition on sexual or other unlawful harassment or discrimination in the workplace.

(c)        Offering payments

Do not make an illegal or improper payment on behalf of Carnavale to any government agency, person or entity.Do not at any time offer, promise, authorise, approve or condone the use of corporate funds or property for any of the following activities:

(i)      The payment of money or the giving of any thing of value to any:

         (A)         Government official(s) in order to influence them to act or fail to act in any official capacity;

         (B)         Political party, any official of a political party, or any candidate for political office in order to influence them to act or fail to act in any official capacity; or

         (C)         Person who will apply the payment or gift (in whole or in part) directly or indirectly to these activities.

(ii)     The payment of a kickback to obtain business for CarnavaleThe activities set out in this section are prohibited by Carnavale even if permitted by the laws, standards, or customs of any country in Carnavale is doing business, and regardless of any requests or pressures received from any government or the competitive consequences of refusing to comply with such requests or pressures.

(d)     Conflict of Interest

A conflict of interest arises when you are in a position or situation, which could:

(i)        Benefit you, or someone with whom you are associated, and that benefit is at the expense of Carnavale, or results in lost opportunity for Carnavale; or

(ii)       Interfere with your objectivity in performing your company duties and responsibilities

When conducting any business on behalf of Carnavale, you must always act in the best interest of Carnavale and must avoid situations which could reasonably give the appearance of being under obligation to, or being properly influenced by any, business associate (actual or potential) or any advisers, such as banks, contractors, law firms, consultants and governmental agencies.

Directors and members of the executive must not take advantage of company property or information, their position or opportunities arising from their position for personal gain.

Carnavale requires that all employees disclose to their manager any financial interest that might influence an employee’s decisions or actions on the job, including interests in any of our business associates and competitors.

To reduce the possibility of conflicts of interest arising, Directors and employees are not permitted, while working for Carnavale, to accept additional outside employment with another organisation that is a business associate or competitor to Carnavale, or any other employment that is in conflict with the employee’s position at Carnavale, without first obtaining board approval.

Carnavale employees must not use information or authority derived from employment with the company for personal gain.

2.         Code of Conduct for Company Directors And Senior Executives

2.1       Introduction

This code is established by the company to ensure that Directors and senior executives are provided with clear principals setting out the expectations of their conduct.

2.2       Policy

As a general proposition, it is expected that Directors and senior executives will actively promote the highest standards of ethics, honesty and integrity in carrying out their roles and responsibilities for the Company.In addition, in dealing with the company’s suppliers, competitors, customers, and other organisations with which they have contact, they will exercise fairness and integrity, and will observe the form and substance of the regulatory environment in which the company operates.

At all times, Directors and senior executives must act in the interests of the company.  They are therefore required to disclose any actual or perceived conflicts of interest, and to conduct themselves professionally and honestly in the resolution of such conflicts. 

Directors will comply with the provisions of the Corporations Act in relation to the disclosure of Directors’ benefits.

Directors and senior executives acquire information in the course of conducting their duties which is confidential to the company.  This information is the property of the company, and it is improper and potentially damaging to the company to disclose it to any other person without proper authorisation by the company.

Information relating to the activities of the company, which is not publicly known, and which may have a material impact on the price of the company’s securities, must not be used for personal gain.

Directors and senior executives should ensure that the company is properly managed so as to enhance the interests of shareholders, protect the company’s assets, ensure the assets are applied for legitimate business purposes, and ensure all corporate opportunities are to the benefit of the company and are not compromised by considerations such as personal gain.

Directors and senior executives have a role in ensuring compliance with this code of conduct, and therefore should be vigilant and report any breach of this code of conduct to the Board.

Continuous Disclosure Policy

1.         Continuous Disclosure Policy

1.1       Introduction

The ASX Listing Rules contain general and continuous disclosure requirements based on principles that include the interests of listed entities, maintenance of investor protection and the need to protect the reputation of the market. Carnavale is committed to meeting its disclosure obligations in accordance with these principles and to the promotion of investor confidence in its securities.

Carnavale has a comprehensive disclosure policy to comply with the ASX Listing Rules regarding the public disclosure of material information.  The aim of this policy is to ensure that Carnavale release price-sensitive information in a timely manner.

1.2       Disclosure Principle

Carnavale will immediately notify the market by announcement to the ASX of any information concerning the business of Carnavale that a reasonable person would expect to have a material effect on the price or value of Carnavale’s securities.

Information about Carnavale is regarded as material if it would, or would be likely to, influence persons who commonly invest in securities in deciding whether or not to buy or sell the Company’s securities.

Officers and employees are encouraged not to rely on their judgement and to consult the Company Secretary on whether particular information is considered to be material.

The only exceptions to this disclosure principle are those permitted under Listing Rule 3.1A where a Company may withhold disclosure if all three of the following criteria are satisfied: -

(a)  A reasonable person would not expect the information to be disclosed

(b)  The information is confidential and the ASX has not formed the view that the information has ceased to be confidential

(c)   One or more of the following applies: -

       (i)      It would be a breach of the law to disclose the information

       (ii)     The information concerns an incomplete proposal or negotiation

       (iii)    The information comprises matters of supposition or is insufficiently definite to warrant disclosure

       (iv)    The information is generated for the internal management purposes of Carnavale

       (v)     The information is a trade secret.

1.3       Managing Market Disclosure

The Board of Carnavale is responsible for overseeing Carnavale’s disclosure practices and procedures.Specific responsibilities of the Board in this area are:

(a)  the Company’s continuous disclosure obligations;

(b)  communications with the ASX;         

(c)    making decisions on what should be disclosed publicly under this policy.

(d)  promoting awareness of this policy within Carnavale;

(e)  overseeing, reviewing and updating this policy, as required, to ensure continuing compliance with changing legal and regulatory compliance; and

(f)   implementing reporting processes and controls.

The Board has the power to delegate aspects of the administration of this policy to senior management.  To this end the practical application of this policy within Carnavale is the responsibility of the Company Secretary.

The Board will make decisions on the disclosure of material information pursuant to legal and regulatory requirements, and will advise the Audit Committee (if any) with respect to disclosure issues relating to financial information.

It is the responsibility of all Carnavale senior executives to keep the Board, or the nominated delegate, fully apprised of all potential material developments.  The Company Secretary will make a preliminary assessment of whether the information is material. The Board shall then evaluate and discuss those developments and determine the materiality of those developments and the appropriateness and timing of any public release of information relating to those developments.

The Company Secretary is the convener of this policy responsible for its administration and the monitoring of compliance.

1.4       Market Disclosure Principles

Once the Board has determined that a development constitutes Material Information, Carnavale will comply with the following principles of disclosure:

(a)  material Information will be publicly disclosed promptly to the ASX in accordance with the ASX Listing Rules to prevent selective, unauthorised disclosures.

(b)  disclosure must be complete, without any omissions that might make the rest of the disclosure misleading, and unfavourable Material Information will be disclosed as promptly and completely as favourable Material Information.

(c)   Carnavale will not make selective disclosures of Material Information.

(d)  disclosure should be corrected as soon as reasonably practicable if Carnavale subsequently learns that an earlier disclosure by Carnavale contained a material error at the time it was given.

(e)  the Managing Director and Company Secretary will monitor the media following the release of Material Information and, in the event of perceived inaccuracies in reporting, will consult with the Board to determine if and what corrective steps need to be taken.

1.5       Significant Announcements

The Board will approve the content of any announcement that contains or relates to financial forecasts or material that is significant with respect to Carnavale policy or strategy.

Where issues arise which may fall within this category the matter is referred urgently to the Chairman by the Managing Director/CEO or Company Secretary.

Where the urgency of the subject matter precludes reference to the full Board the Directors who are available may approve an announcement within this category.

Significant announcements of a recurring nature, such as the Company’s half-year and end-of-year results, are, as a matter of course, presented for consideration by the full Board prior to their release to the market.

1.6       Managing Expectations

Carnavale will try to ensure, through its regular public dissemination of quantitative and qualitative information that analysts' estimates are in line with Carnavale’s expectations.

1.7       Rumours

Carnavale will not normally comment, affirmatively or negatively, on rumours. This policy also applies to rumours on the Internet. Carnavale’s spokespersons will respond consistently to rumours, by stating, “It is our policy not to comment on market rumours or speculation.”

Should the ASX request that Carnavale make a definitive statement in response to a market rumour relating to Carnavale, the Company will respond to the ASX as required by the ASX Listing Rules.

1.8       Trading Halts

Carnavale may, in exceptional circumstances, request a trading halt to prevent the emergence of a false or uninformed market for Carnavale’s securities and to manage disclosure issues. Any decision to request a trading halt will be made under the procedure set out for the release of significant announcements.

1.9       Breaches of Policy

Breaches by employees of Carnavale’s Continuous Disclosure Policy may lead to disciplinary action including dismissal in serious instances.

Risk Management Policy

1.         Risk Management Policy

In all its activities Carnavale will adopt a structured and consistent approach to risk management.

Risks will be assessed and managed through an overriding policy of identification, assessment, mitigation, monitoring and communication of risks associated with its activities. The overriding policy will be based on the Australian Standard for risk management (AS4360) and will be reviewed regularly against best practice standards and the changing activities of the Company.

The level of risk management will be consistent with Carnavale’s overall business objectives and risk appetite and tolerance.

Risk management and control will be incorporated into property protection, health, safety and environmental audits using either self assessment or outside auditors as the Company deems appropriate.

The Board also monitors risks and controls through it’s financial reporting and audit process and regular operating reports from management which include safety, health and environmental aspects.

Occupational Health and Safety Policy

Carnavale is a safety conscious company committed to operating in a manner that will ensure that the highest, practical standards of occupational health and safety are maintained at all of its operations.

Carnavale personnel will ensure that all of their activities are carried out in the manner required by the appropriate legislation and standards, and that a healthy and safe workplace is maintained. This will be achieved by all personnel, to the extent that their responsibilities require, participating in:

(a)       Ongoing training and supervision

(b)       Ongoing accident prevention awareness and hazard control

(c)        Safe operating procedures

(d)       Wearing protective clothing and equipment

(e)       Maintaining facilities for immediate care of employees

All Carnavale personnel share the responsibility of ensuring the safe wellbeing of all persons in the workplace. This will be achieved by:

(a)       Adhering to safe work practices, instructions, rules and statutory regulations

(b)       Performing all tasks in a safe manner

(c)        Ensuring that no-one is allowed to work in an unsafe/unhealthy situation or in an unsafe manner

(d)       Isolating all dangerous situations and promptly reporting all accidents or incidents, unsafe practices and conditions

(e)       Co-operating with fellow workers to ensure that everyone's responsibilities are fulfilled.

Acceptance of these responsibilities by all parties, and the development of a team attitude to safety and training, is essential for the development and maintenance of a safe and healthy working environment.

2.         Environmental Policy

To achieve the standards of environmental performance to which it is committed, Carnavale:

(a)  Conducts operations, as a minimum, in compliance with all relevant environmental regulations, licences and legislation.

(b)  Identifies, monitors and manages environmental risks arising from its operations.

(c)   Seeks continuous performance improvement in environmental management, production processes, waste management and the use of resources.

(d)  Sets and periodically reviews objectives and targets which relate to environmental management.

(e)  Provides appropriate training and awareness for all employees on environmental issues.

(f)   Communicates regularly with employees about its aims and about the responsibilities of individuals.

(g)  Communicates with shareholders and the community about its environmental performance and contributes to the development of laws and regulations which may affect our business.

Carnavale is committed to the principles of sustainable development. We see the environment as an opportunity for economic growth and business success while acknowledging that all of our activities must be balanced with protection of the environment.

The development of an environmentally responsible culture is to be promoted at all locations and environmental awareness is to be included as a major component in the induction of personnel at all sites. An integral process through all phases of Carnavale's mining and exploration activities is the assessment and control of environmental impacts.

Performance Evaluation and Remuneration Policy

1.         Board Performance Evaluation

1.1       Board of Directors

This policy is to ensure individual Directors and the Board as a whole work efficiently and effectively in achieving their functions.

Each year the Board undertakes the following activities:

(a)       The Chairman meets with each non-executive director separately to discuss individual performance and ideas for improvement; and

(b)       The Board as a whole discusses and analyses its own performance during the year including suggestions for change or improvement.

1.2       Board Committees

This policy is to ensure committees to which the Board has delegated responsibilities are performing efficiently and effectively in accordance with the duties and responsibilities set out in their charter.

Each year the Board undertakes the following activities:

(a)       The Board reviews the Committees achievements during the year based on their duties; and

(b)       The Board reviews the charters of the Committees once per year to ensure that they are up to date.

1.3       Managing Director and Key Executives

This policy is to ensure the Managing Director and key executives execute the company’s strategy through the efficient and effective implementation of the business objectives.

In order to accomplish this:

(a)       Each year the Board reviews the company’s strategy.

(b)       Following such a review the Board sets the organisation performance objectives.

(c)        These objectives are reviewed periodically to ensure they remain consistent with the company’s priorities and the changing nature of the company’s business.

(d)       These objectives are the performance targets for the Managing Director

(e)       Performance against these objectives is reviewed annually by the Board and is reflected in the Managing Directors remuneration review.

1.4       Remuneration

The Board, within the pre-approved shareholder limits, determines fees payable to individual non-executive directors.

The remuneration levels of executive director’s executives are determined by the Board (excluding the executive in question) after taking into consideration those that apply to similar positions in comparable companies in Australia and Directors’ possible participation in any equity based remuneration scheme. The Board should endeavour to use industry-wide data gathered by independent remuneration experts annually as his point of reference.

If necessary, Options or shares issued to Directors pursuant to any equity-based remuneration scheme require approval by shareholders prior to their issue.

The remuneration levels of senior executives and other employees are determined by the Managing Director after taking into consideration those levels that apply to similar positions in comparable companies in Australia and employees’ possible participation in any equity based remuneration scheme. The Managing Director will consult recruitment and remuneration experts and will, where such expenditure is not already in an approved Budget seek Board approval prior to finalising the appointment.

Options or shares issued to senior executives and other employees who are not directors would be proposed by the Managing Director and issued only after approval by the Board.

Participants in equity-based remuneration plans are not permitted to enter into any transactions that would limit the economic risk of options or other unvested entitlements.

The policy will be implemented by reviewing, not less than annually, all aspects of the remuneration paid to all employees and executives to ensure that it motivates the pursuit of long-term success, a safe working environment and a culture consistent with the Company’s Corporate Governance Policy and is clearly linked to individual and group performance.

Shareholder Communication Policy

The Board of Directors aims to ensure that Shareholders are informed of all major developments. Information is communicated to Shareholders as follows:

Reports to Shareholders

The Annual Report is distributed to all Shareholders (unless a Shareholder has specifically requested not to receive the Report). The Board ensures that the Annual Report includes relevant information about the operations of the Company during the year, changes in the state of affairs of the Company and details of future developments, in addition to the other disclosures required by the Corporations Act 2001.

The Half-yearly Report contains summarised financial information and a review of the operations of the Company during the period. Half-yearly audited Financial Statements prepared in accordance with the requirements of Accounting Standards and the Corporations Act 2001 are lodged with the Australian Securities & Investments Commission and the Australian Stock Exchange. The Financial Statements are sent to any Shareholder who requests them.

ASX Announcements

Regular reports are released through the Australian Stock Exchange and the media.

Annual General Meetings

The Board encourages full participation of shareholders at the Annual General Meeting to ensure a high level of accountability and identification with the Company's strategy and goals. In preparing for general meetings of the Company, the Company will draft the notice of meeting and related explanatory information so that they provide all of the information that is relevant to shareholders in making decisions on matters to be voted on by them at the meeting. This information will be presented clearly and concisely so that it is easy to understand and not ambiguous.

The Company will use general meetings as a tool to effectively communicate with shareholders and allow shareholders a reasonable opportunity to ask questions of the Board of Directors and to otherwise participate in the meeting. The external auditor of the Company will be asked to attend each annual general meeting and to be available to answer shareholder questions about the conduct of the audit and the preparation and content of the auditor’s report.

Important issues are presented to the shareholders as single resolutions. The shareholders are also responsible for voting on the appointment of directors.

Company Website

The Company is committed to maintaining a Company website with general information about the Company and its operations and information specifically targeted at keeping the Company’s shareholders informed about the Company.

In particular, where appropriate, after confirmation of receipt by the ASX, the following will be posted to the Company website:

      relevant announcements made to the market via the ASX;

        Media releases;

        investment updates;

        company presentations and media briefings;

        copies of press releases and announcements for the preceding three years; and

        copies of annual and half yearly reports including financial statements for the preceding three years.

The Company's website is http://www.carnavaleresources.com.au

Other Information

While the Company aims to provide sufficient information to shareholders about the Company and its activities, it understands that shareholders may have specific questions and require additional information. To ensure that shareholders can obtain all relevant information to assist them in exercising their rights as shareholders, the Company has made available a telephone number and email addresses of the Company directors (via the website) for shareholders to make their enquiries.

Review of Shareholder Communications

This Policy will be formally reviewed by the Board each year.

Other Information

While the Company aims to provide sufficient information to shareholders about the Company and its activities, it understands that shareholders may have specific questions and require additional information. To ensure that shareholders can obtain all relevant information to assist them in exercising their rights as shareholders, the Company has made available a telephone number and email addresses of the Company directors (via the website) for shareholders to make their enquiries.

Review of Shareholder Communications

This Policy will be formally reviewed by the Board each year.

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