A Public Company
Grace has established policies for governance by its Board of Directors, officers and employees. Grace adheres to legal and ethical considerations in the daily course of business.
The Board has determined that all directors, with the exception of Mr. Festa and Mr. La Force, are independent under New York Stock Exchange rules. All members of each committee are independent. In addition, the Board has determined that all members of the Audit Committee are financial experts as defined by the rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Corporate Governance Policies and Code of Ethics
Grace has established corporate governance principles, business ethics and conflicts of interest policies to help employees in their daily business interactions. The policies reaffirm Grace's commitment to comply with all applicable laws and be governed by the highest level of business ethics. In addition, the company operates a
confidential hotline and mailbox for use by employees, customers, vendors or other interested persons.
Below is a summary of our committee structure and membership information.
Information about ethics and integrity previously presented on this page can now be found here.