EnLink’s approach to ethical governance seeks to promote transparency, communication, and accountability to strengthen sustainable business practices and uphold our company’s Core Values. EnLink’s Board of Directors (Board) and executive leadership team (ELT) have extensive energy, finance, sustainability, and public company governance expertise, which uniquely position them to drive long-term value for our unitholders and other stakeholders.
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Foundational Governance Achievements
- All members of the Board's Audit and Conflicts Committees are independent directors
- Top enterprise risks and corresponding risk mitigations are discussed with the Audit Committee each quarter
- Operational leaders hold deep dive discussions with the Audit Committee biannually to discuss top enterprise risks in detail
- EnLink has a robust and continually evolving cybersecurity program and conducts employee training to educate on the importance of vigilance against cyber threats
2021 Governance Achievements
- EnLink continues to expand the ethnic and gender diversity of our Board, which as of December 31, 2021, included two female directors, three minority directors, and three directors under the age of 50
- EnLink established the Sustainability Committee of the Board of Directors
- 80% of EnLink's executive compensation is tied to performance-driven incentives
- Compensation is targeted at the market median (50th percentile) for each executive role
- EnLink's 2021 Short-Term Incentive (STI) Program includes a "Safety and Sustainability Scorecard" weighted at 15%
- EnLink has both seasoned and new Board members with an average tenure for the Board of 3.38 years
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