The Board does not have a nomination committee. The Board is of the opinion that due to the nature and size of the Company, the functions performed by a nomination committee can be adequately handled by the full Board. When a new director is to be appointed the Board reviews the range of skills, experience and expertise on the board, identifies its needs and prepares a short-list of candidates with appropriate skills and experience.

Where necessary, advice is sought from independent search consultants. The Board then appoints the most suitable candidate who must stand for election at the next annual general meeting of the Company. Retirement and rotation of Directors are governed by the Corporations Act 2001 and the Constitution of the Company. Each third year the Directors must retire and offer themselves for re-election. This selection, nomination and appointment process is detailed on the company website.