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Our board maintains a corporate governance structure that is generally consistent with the best practice recommendations of the Canadian securities regulatory authorities and SEC rules giving effect to the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. In addition, our corporate governance structure complies with most of the corporate governance listing standards of the NYSE, even though Thomson Reuters is exempt from most of those standards as a foreign private issuer.
The Board of Directors has adopted Corporate Governance Guidelines to provide guidance and insight into our system of corporate governance. Information about the members of our Board of Directors and Board committees is also provided here. Our strong commitment to corporate governance extends beyond our Board of Directors and is reinforced by our employees worldwide through our Code of Business Conduct and Ethics. You can also find insider reports made by certain of our officers and directors, our circulars/proxy statements, articles, by-laws and position descriptions for our CEO, the Chairman of the Board, our Lead Independent Director and the Chair of each Board Committee. Thomson Reuters is dedicated to upholding the Trust Principles and to preserving its independence, integrity and freedom from bias in the gathering and dissemination of information and news.
These position descriptions highlight key duties and responsibilities for our CEO, the Chairman of the Board, our Lead Independent Director and the Chair of each Board Committee.