Meeting the highest industry standards in every facet of the business.

Strong financial, social and environmental performance are all equally important. Equinox Gold’s leadership consistently demonstrates a clear commitment to governance, responsible mining and transparent communication.

Corporate Governance


Strong financial, social and environmental performance are all equally important.

Equinox Gold’s executives and directors have established governance policies that provide the framework for our corporate culture and business practices. The governance policies are carefully considered from the outset, recognizing their central role in managing Equinox Gold’s business activities and ensuring the company’s long-term success. 

Executives and directors share the philosophy that strong financial, social and environmental performance are all equally important to the company’s success. Equinox Gold’s leadership team is committed to upholding the highest environmental, safety and social standards while focusing on delivering the financial growth our shareholders expect.


Equinox Gold’s success as a company, in both the public markets and the communities in which it operates, is based on its reputation for sound corporate governance and ethical business practices. Equinox Gold’s leadership team has built a strong reputation in the industry for managing both companies and projects to the highest standards, with a clear commitment to governance, responsible mining and transparent communication.

NYSE American LLC Corporate Governance 

Equinox Gold commenced trading on the NYSE American Stock Exchange on September 16, 2019, and the NYSE American Company Guide permits the NYSE American to consider the laws, customs and practices of foreign issuers and to grant exemptions from NYSE American listing criteria based on those considerations. This link includes a description of the significant ways in which Equinox Gold’s governance practices differ from those followed by U.S. domestic companies pursuant to NYSE American standards. 

Corporate policies

Corporate Governance Guidelines
Equinox Gold’s Corporate Governance Guidelines assist the Board of Directors in the exercise of its responsibilities.
Code of Conduct and Business Ethics
Equinox Gold’s Code of Conduct and Business Ethics summarizes the standards of business conduct and ethics that guide our Company actions.
Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Policy
Equinox Gold has a zero tolerance policy for bribery and corruption by employees, officers, directors, agents, consultants and contractors of the Company.
Whistleblower Policy
Equinox Gold expects all employees and representatives of the Company to practice honesty and integrity in fulfilling their responsibilities, and to comply with all applicable laws and regulations.

Social Responsibility and Technical Committee Charter

* Also includes the Environmental, Health & Safety Committee
Equinox Gold is committed to achieving a high level of performance in health, safety, and environmental-related matters, social responsibility and other technical matters that influence the overall performance of the Company. 

Committee members: Jacques McMullen (Chair), Ross Beaty, Tim Breen, Marshall Koval

Audit Committee Charter
The Audit Committee assists the Board of Directors in fulfilling its financial oversight responsibilities by reviewing the financial reports and other financial information provided by the Company to regulatory authorities and shareholders, the Company’s systems of internal controls regarding finance and accounting, the fairness of transactions between the Company and related parties and the Company’s auditing, accounting and financial reporting processes.  

Committee members: Len Boggio (Chair), Ibtissam Drier, Jacques McMullen

Compensation and Corporate Governance Committee Charter

* Also includes responsibility of the Nomination Committee
The Compensation & Corporate Governance Committee assists the Board of Directors in its oversight responsibilities with respect to (i) compensation of its officers, employees and Directors; and (ii) corporate governance.

Committee members: Marcel de Groot (Chair), Len Boggio, Tim Breen, Marshall Koval

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