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GOVERNANCE

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Governance Policies and Philosophy

Rapid technological advances are transforming every industry, including the automotive industry, and the global economy is undergoing a period of great change. The risks that companies face are becoming ever more complex and require finely tuned responses.
In order to create unique and innovative automotive products and services, and deliver superior measurable value to all stakeholders, Nissan will pursue its vision of “enriching people’s lives” as a company that is trusted by society, and address improvement of corporate governance as one of its most prioritized managerial tasks. We will conduct our business while considering society’s expectations and our social responsibilities and devote ourselves to the development of a sustainable society by aiming for sustainable growth of our business.
To be a sustainable company, Nissan must display a high level of ethics and transparency, as well as a strong foundation for the organization. It is also expected that we will actively disclose our initiatives to this end. We have extensive global operations with numerous stakeholders around the world. It is essential that we continue to earn their trust while ensuring the high ethical standards and compliance of all employees. In 2001, we established the Global Code of Conduct,*1 which is rigorously followed by Group companies around the world.
Corporate governance,*2 compliance and risk management are key factors in our business management. We have selected a new corporate form consisting of a company with three statutory committees, separating management from supervision, oversight and auditing. Our global approach to governance is founded on three pillars: improving the transparency of the decision-making process and making business execution speedier and more flexible; carrying out compliance based on high ethical standards among all employees; and establishing an effective and appropriate risk-management system.