C.H. Bailey plc

CH Bailey at a glance

Founded in the 1880s, the company was incorporated in May 1923 as C.H. Bailey, Graham and Co. Just prior to the start of World War II, it became C.H. Bailey Ltd. Almost 50 years later, the company listed on the London Stock Exchange.

Today, C.H. Bailey is an AIM listed group of businesses. In the Mediterranean Basin and East Africa it develops and operates high-end properties in the commercial, retail and hospitality sectors and in the UK, it runs specialist heavy engineering operations.

Board Committees

The Directors intend, in so far as is practicable given the Group’s size and the constitution of the Board, to comply with the main provisions of the UK Corporate Governance Code and with the recommendations on Corporate Governance of the Quoted Companies Alliance. However, neither of these is binding on the Company.

 

Audit & Risk Committee

 

  • David Wilkinson (Chairman)
  • Sir William McAlpine
  • Bryan Warren
The Audit and Risk committee has primary responsibility for monitoring the quality of internal control, ensuring that the financial performance of the Company is properly measured and reported on and for reviewing reports from the Company’s auditors relating to the Company’s accounting and internal controls, in all cases having due regard to the interests of Shareholders.

 

Remuneration Committee

 

  • David Wilkinson(chairman)
  • Sir William McAlpine
  • Charles Bailey
The remuneration committee determines and agrees with the board the framework or broad policy for the remuneration of the company’s chief executive, chairman, the executive directors, the company secretary and such other members of the executive management as it is designated to consider. The remuneration of non-executive directors shall be a matter for the chairman and the executive members of the board. No director or manager shall be involved in any decisions as to their own remuneration.

The Directors intend to comply with Rule 19 of the AIM Rules relating to directors’ dealings as applicable to AIM companies and the Company has adopted a share dealing code based on the Model Code set out in the Listing Rules of the UKLA.