Transparency, clarity, integrity, fairness and accountability guide the governance of Grupo Financiero Interacciones. By following these core principles, our goal is to operate ethically and effectively to maximize long-term value for all of our stakeholders, including: shareholders, customers, suppliers, employees and the communities in which we conduct business. Corporate decisions by our Board of Directors and management team are subject to the company’s governance committees, code of conduct, and corporate by-laws.
In compliance with the local Securities Rules and with the Mexican Stock Exchange Rules, Grupo Financiero Interacciones has closely adopted the requirements of Corporate Governance as recommended by the Code of Best Corporate Governance Practices. The degree of observance is subject to an evaluation that measures and follows a full set of practices. Performance evaluation of such practices is published at the Mexican Stock Exchange’s website here.
Our Board of Directors is responsible for overseeing the management of our business and for carrying out the duties and obligations established under the Mexican Securities Law and our corporate bylaws.
Our Board consists of twelve Directors, six of whom are independent. In addition, we have designated ten Alternate Directors for each of our Directors, excluding the Chairman, in the event a Director cannot attend meetings or otherwise participate in Board activities. We also have a non-member Board secretary and an alternate non-member Board secretary.
The members of our Board of Directors and Alternate Directors are elected for one-year terms at our annual ordinary general shareholders' meeting and may be re-elected.
To ensure the appropriate actions and behavior of our employees and management team, we have implemented a Code of Ethics. Please click here for an outline of the general parameters of our Code of Ethics, which guides the professional behavior of all members of our organization.
You can download the complete Code of Ethics by clicking here.