New Pacific Metals Corp’s corporate governance practices have been and continue to be in compliance with applicable Canadian requirements. The Corporation continues to monitor developments in Canada with a view to further revising its governance policies and practices, as appropriate.

New Pacific Metals Corp.’s Corporate Governance policies:

To view the Code of Conduct in full, click here

To view the Corporate Governance Committee Charter in full, click here

To view the Audit Committee Charter in full, click here

To view the Board of Directors’ Mandate in full, click here

To view the Compensation Committee Charter in full, click here

To view the Corporate Disclosure Policy in full, click here

To view the Financial Code of Conduct in full, click here

To view the Anti-Corruption Policy in full, click here

To view the NYSE American Corporate Governance Differences in full, click here

To view the Human Rights Statement in full, click here

To view the Diversity and Inclusion Statement in full, click here

The Committee’s mandate is to assist the Board in establishing and maintaining a sound system of corporate governance through a process of continuing assessment and enhancement.

Current members of New Pacific Metals Corp’s Corporate Governance Committee are:
Terry Salman, Chair
Jack Austin
Maria Tang

The main objective of the Audit Committee is to act as a liaison between the Board and the Company’s independent auditors and to assist the Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities with respect to the financial statements and other financial information provided by the Company to its shareholders, the public and others; the Company’s compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; the qualification, independence and performance of the Auditors; and the Company’s risk management and internal financial and accounting controls, and management information systems.

Current members of New Pacific Metals Corp’s Audit Committee are:
David Kong, Chair
Maria Tang
Jack Austin

The purpose of the Compensation Committee is to assist the Board in discharging its duties relating to compensation of the executive officers of the Company, the goals are to enable the Company to attract, retain and motivate the most qualified talent who will contribute to the long term success of the Company by aligning compensation with the Company’s business objectives and performance, and aligning incentives with the interests of shareholders to maximize shareholders’ value.

Current members of New Pacific Metals Corp’s Compensation Committee are:
Jack Austin, Chair
David Kong
Terry Salman

View articles of incorporation, amalgamation, continuation, and other establishing documents:

Certificate of Incorporation and Name Changes

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