Our governance practices underpin the way we manage our business and support the successful delivery of our strategy. It guides our ability to operate in a way that is both legally compliant and responsible and is embedded in our day-to-day business operations. We take our governance role seriously and recognise that, as guardian of our culture, the Board plays a vital role in defining the way in which we do business and leading by example. We pride ourselves on operating in an open, honest, transparent and responsible way that welcomes constructive challenge and debate.


Towards further ensuring that the Company’s sustainability goals are advanced, Management is held accountable for the achievement of these goals, with executive compensation tied in with the managing of identified material Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) issues.

To this end, 40% of their Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are related to the Social pillar and aligned with the Group’s top 5 material issues. The ESG metrics used to determine executive compensation include:

ESG Metric Performance indicator
Product quality & safety Customer complaint rate
Occupational health & safety Occupational accident rate
Talent retention Top performing employee turnover rate
Labour management Social compliance audit
Carbon emission (associated from FY2022 onwards) Scope 1 & 2 emission intensity reduction

From FY2022, in tandem with the Group’s commitment to address climate change issue aggressively, carbon emission reduction incorporated as a Group KPI and will also be associated with executive compensation.


Top Glove has outlined clear and sustainable tax strategies, articulating the following commitments:

A. Compliance with the spirit as well as the letter of the tax laws and regulations in countries in which we operate

B. Not to transfer value created to low tax jurisdictions

C. Not to use tax structures without commercial substance

D. Undertaking of transfer pricing using the arm’s length principle

E. Not to use secrecy jurisdictions or so-called “tax havens” for tax avoidance

F. The tax policy to be approved and overseen by the Board of Directors