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Our Commitments

Corporate governance

Committed to ethics, security, and governance

Operating with a high degree of integrity and responsibility is a fundamental principle at Invesco. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of ethics, integrity, and accountability in how we conduct and operate our business. Our clients choose us because they trust our brand, our people, and our performance. We earn their trust by ensuring that everything we do is reliable, consistent, and executed with the highest level of quality, integrity, and sound governance. This includes not only our ethical practices and uncompromising commitment to product and service compliance, but also how we handle client data and conduct our own affairs. We lead ethical integrity, risk management, and fair and honest business conduct through strong corporate governance, comprehensive business principles, adherence to all laws and regulations where we operate, and policies and data security tools that guide employees’ day-to-day activities.

Governance within Invesco Ltd.

The Board of Directors of Invesco Ltd. seeks to maintain the highest standards of integrity and accountability in the stewardship of the Company's affairs and recognizes that proper and effective corporate governance is important to shareholders and other stakeholders. Set forth below are links to various corporate governance documents, including our Corporate Governance Guidelines, Charters for our Board Committees, and Codes of Conduct.


Communications with the chairman and non-management directors

Any interested party may communicate with the chair of our board or with our non-management directors as a group at the following addresses:


US Mail:
Invesco Ltd.
1331 Spring Street, N.W.
Suite 2500
Atlanta, Georgia, 30309 
Attn: Office of the Company Secretary

Communications will be distributed to the board, or to any of the board's committees or individual directors as appropriate, depending on the facts and circumstances of the communication. In that regard, the Invesco board does not receive certain items that are unrelated to the duties and responsibilities of the board.

Executive sessions of non-management directors

It is our board's policy to have a separate meeting time for the independent directors at least annually in connection with a regularly-scheduled board meeting. The chair of the board presides at these meetings of non-management directors, and if the chair is not able to attend, he or she designates another independent director to assume such duties.

Political activities

As a global investment firm dedicated to creating greater possibilities for our clients, we believe it is important to be an active participant in the political process with the objective of promoting and protecting the economic future of the company, our clients and stockholders. Learn more in our US Policy Statement on Political Activities.

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