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Corporate Governance

A well-governed business

The IHS Towers Group is committed to the maintenance and development of the highest standards of corporate governance. The Board has an appropriate balance of executive, non-executive and independent directors, and a blend of knowledge, skills, objectivity and experience that serves the Group and its stakeholders well. 

Corporate governance at IHS Towers is built into the framework of the company's internal procedures, practices and activities. This ensures that controls are in place to protect the reputation of our customers and investors along with our own – a reputation that is built on performance, transparency, efficiency and quality of service delivery.

Further proof of our commitment to self-regulation is the external governance controls that the Board and management adhere to, ensuring that the appropriate check and balances are in place, and to reinforce transparency at all levels.


We stand by our action, remembering that we are responsible to our clients, partners, lenders, each other, our employees, shareholders and the communities we operate in.


We have come together as an organization to achieve defined goals and this remains the focal point for the use of time and resources.


Our activities have an impact on our clients, investors, on society at large, on the environment and on the company itself. We're committed to ensuring this impact is as positive as possible.

Ethical conduct

Everything we do and say must be fair and right, every time.

Board Committees

The Board of Directors has established a number of Committees to facilitate the efficient and effective execution of its duties. Find out more.

Risk Management

The Board of Directors has overall responsibility for establishing and overseeing of the Group’s risk management framework. The management team has established an Executive Risk Management Committee to monitor the Group’s risk management system, and report to the Board on its observations and conclusions. The Group has a number of strategic objectives that frame the risk management process — read more here.

Internal Audit

The Internal Audit function oversees the design and operation of the risk controls intended to ensure that the company can achieve its strategic objectives. The Board Audit Committee approves the annual work program of Internal Audit and receives reports on its findings and conclusions.