Last updated 30/07/2014
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About Sigma Capital Group
Sigma Capital Group plc is a UK-based group whose principal activities are regeneration and property finance. The Company is admitted to trading on AIM and as a result, Sigma Capital Group plc is subject to the UK's City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.
Although not required to comply with the UK Corporate Governance Code, the Company seeks within the practical confines of being a small company to act in compliance with the principles of good governance and the code of best practice as contained in the UK Corporate Governance Code.
The Board meets regularly to determine the policy and business strategy of the Group and has adopted a schedule of matters that are reserved as the responsibility of the Board. The Chief Executive Officer leads the development of business strategies within the Group’s operations. The Board has considered and implemented mechanisms by which the business and the financial risks facing the Group are managed and reported to the Board.
The Board has delegated certain authorities to an Audit Committee and to a Remuneration Committee, each with formal terms of reference. The two non-executive Directors are the members of both of these committees. The whole Board acts as a Nominations Committee.
The Group maintains insurance in respect of its Directors and Officers against liabilities in relation to the Company.
The Company has taken and will continue to take all reasonable steps to ensure compliance by the Directors and any employees with the provisions of the AIM Rules relating to dealings in securities of the Company and has adopted a share dealing code for this purpose.
Sigma Capital Group plc
Country of incorporation
England / Wales
Main country of operation
1 St Ann Street,
Details of any other exchanges or trading platforms
The Company is not listed on any other exchanges or trading platforms and no such application or agreement has been made for its shares to be so admitted or traded.