At Sedex, our mission is to supply data-driven insight through the most accessible tools and services, to support companies improve their environmental, social and governance (ESG) outcomes. Sedex is organised and controlled to help fulfil this mission.
Sedex Information Exchange (Sedex) is a membership association and is incorporated in the UK as a company limited by guarantee. As a membership association Sedex operates for the mutual benefit of all its members, and membership fees are invested to deliver the responsible business tools and services we provide to achieve our mission.
Sedex is headquartered in London, UK, with regional offices located in Chicago, Gurugram, Santiago de Chile, Shanghai and Sydney.
To find out more about corporate governance at Sedex, including the roles and responsibilities of the Sedex Board, please read our General Explanation of Sedex Corporate Governance.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is responsible for the governance of Sedex. The Board is responsible for setting Sedex’s strategic aims, providing the leadership to put them into effect, supervising the management of the business and reporting to Sedex’s members on the Board’s stewardship.
In line with the Sedex Articles of Association the Sedex Board of Directors comprises up to twelve Directors. Five are elected Member Directors, five are Independent Non-Executive Directors and two are Executive Directors (the CEO and CFO).
See the current members of the Sedex Board on the Sedex team page.
General Explanation of Sedex Corporate Governance
Member Director Election Rules