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Directors are expected to be sensitive to conflicts of interest or duty that may arise and mindful of their fiduciary obligations. Directors must:
- disclose to the Board any actual or potential conflict of interest or duty that might reasonably be thought to exist as soon as the situation arises;
- take necessary and reasonable action to resolve or avoid any actual or potential conflict of interest or duty; and
- comply with the Corporations Act and the constitution in relation to disclosing material personal interests and any restrictions on voting.
The Board reviews all directors’ disclosures at each meeting of the Board.