Good Governance

We engage in ethical business practices founded on transparency and accountability to enhance trust with all our stakeholders throughout the mine life and beyond.

  • Board of Directors

    The board of directors (the "Board") is primarily responsible for supervising the management of the Corporation's business and affairs. Its authority is determined by the provisions of the Canada Business Corporations Act and by the Corporation's By-laws. In addition, the Board's activities are governed by a set of procedural rules which are adopted by the Board. The Board regularly reviews its guidelines and policies and, not less than annually, considers how its corporate governance practices align with guidelines established by the Canadian regulatory authorities having authority, including the Toronto Stock Exchange.

    The Board meets as required to conduct its business, which includes the approval of the quarterly and annual audited consolidated financial statements of the Corporation. 

    The Board's Chair, together with the lead director, is responsible for the management, development and effective performance of the Board, for monitoring the Corporation's development through regular contact with the President and CEO, and for ensuring that the Board regularly receives reports concerning the development of the Company's business and operations, including progress in respect of profits, liquidity and significant contractual matters.

  • Chair Position Description

    The Chair of the Board (the "Chair") is responsible for the management, the development and the effective performance of the Board of Directors and for providing leadership to the Board for all aspects of its work. The Chair acts in an advisory capacity to the Chief Executive Officer (hereinafter also referred to as the "CEO") and to other officers on all matters concerning the interests and management of the Corporation and, in coordination with the CEO, may play a role in the Corporation's external relationships.

  • Lead Director Position Description

    The Lead Director shall be an independent director appointed annually by the independent members of the Board of Directors (the “Board”) of Lundin Mining Corporation (the “Corporation”) to act as the independent leader of the Board. The Lead Director will have a sufficient level of experience with corporate governance matters to ensure that the Board functions independently of management of the Corporation and the Chair of the Board (the “Chair”). If the appointment of the Lead Director is not made annually, the director who is then serving as Lead Director shall continue in that role until his or her successor is appointed.

  • CEO Position Description

    The Chief Executive Officer (the “CEO”) is the senior management officer of Lundin Mining Corporation (the “Corporation”). As such, the CEO is responsible for leading an effective and cohesive management team, setting the tone for the Corporation, enhancing shareholder value, advancing the interests of the Corporation, demonstrating high ethical standards and fairness, and executing the strategic vision of the Corporation. The CEO also represents the Corporation to external groups and stakeholders as its main spokesperson and ensures that the Corporation meets its short-term operational and long-term strategic goals. The CEO works with, and is accountable to, the Board of Directors (the “Board”) of the Corporation.

  • Board Committees

    Audit Committee:
    Dale C. Peniuk (Chair), C. Ashley Heppenstall and Juliana L. Lam

    Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee:
    Dale C. Peniuk (Chair),  C. Ashley Heppenstall and Juliana L. Lam

    Human Resources/Compensation Committee:
    Donald K. Charter (Chair), C. Ashley Heppenstall and Dale C. Peniuk

    Safety and Sustainability Committee:
    Natasha Vaz (Chair), Adam I. Lundin, Maria Olivia Recart and Donald K. Charter​​​​​​​

    PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

    Board Advisory
    Peter C. Jones


  • Audit Committee

    The Audit Committee consists of three Board members, each of whom is independent and financially literate. The audit committee reviews and reports to the Board on the integrity of the consolidated financial statements of the Company. The Audit Committee ensures the Company has designed and implemented effective internal financial controls and reviews the compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements as they related to the financial statements, taxation matters and disclosure of material facts.

  • Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee

    This Committee is comprised of three non-executive Board members and assists the Board in identifying qualified individuals for Board membership, develops and implements corporate governance guidelines, and reports annually to the Corporation's shareholders on the Corporation's system of corporate governance.

  • Safety and Sustainability Committee

    The SSC Committee consists of three independent Board members. This Committee assists the Board in its oversight of health, safety, environment and community risks, the Corporation's performance in relation to health, safety, environmental and community matters, and the Corporation's compliance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements associated with health, safety, environmental and community matters.

  • Human Resources / Compensation Committee

    The Human Resources/Compensation Committee is comprised of three non-executive members of the Board. The Human Resources/Compensation Committee is responsible for administering the Corporation's executive compensation program and implements and oversees human resources and compensation policies approved by the Board. The Committee meets not less than annually.

  • Governance Documents / Policies

  • Corporate Filings

    The Corporate Filings section contains regulatory filings including Annual Meeting documents, ESTMA Reports, Annual Information Forms and other documents.

    Corporate Filings

  • Code of conduct

    This Code of Conduct, Ethical Values and Anti-Corruption Policy (the “Policy”) sets out standards of behaviour expected by all directors, officers, employees, consultants and contractors (each a “Representative”) of Lundin Mining Corporation and its subsidiaries (collectively, the “Corporation” or “Lundin Mining”), in conducting the business and affairs of the Corporation.

  • Whistleblower Policy

    The Code of Conduct, Ethical Values and Anti-Corruption Policy (“Code of Conduct”) for Lundin Mining Corporation and its subsidiaries (collectively, “Lundin Mining” or the “Company”) requires Company directors, officers, employees, consultants and contractors to report violations of the Code of Conduct. This Whistleblower Policy (“Policy”) establishes procedures for making and managing such reports (a “Report”) on a worldwide basis including joint ventures, if any, where Lundin Mining has managerial control. It applies to Lundin Mining’s directors, officers, employees, consultants and contractors (and their employees), shareholders, any other parties with a business relationship with the Company, and external stakeholders.