Solera Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries (otherwise known as the “Company”) are dedicated to conducting business with efficiency, fairness and integrity, and encouraging behavior that will maintain the public’s confidence and trust in Solera's operations.
The following governance documents, including our Committee Charters (at end of page), reflect this commitment to all the Company's stakeholders, both internal and external.
Solera Corporate Governance Guidelines
Solera is committed to developing effective, transparent and accountable corporate governance practices. These guidelines were approved by the Company’s Board of Directors and, together with the certificate of incorporation, bylaws and committee charters of the Company, provide a framework for the governance of its affairs.
Solera Conflict of Interest and Code of Conduct Policy
This policy provides a framework for identifying ethical issues, establishes the importance of exercising sound judgment and making ethical business decisions in activities of the Company, and recognizes the shared values we have with our customers, stockholders and employees. All directors, officers, employees, and agents of the Company, and members of their immediate family, are subject to the Code.
Code of Ethics for Senior Financial Employees
This policy covers ethical conduct, conflicts of interest, compliance with law, and additional specific policies. It is applicable to all directors, officers, employees and agents of the Company, including the Chief Executive Officer, the Chief Financial Officer, the principal accounting officer or controller, and all other Senior Financial Employees.
Policy and Procedures for Complaints Regarding Accounting, Internal Accounting Controls or Auditing Matters
This policy ensures all employees are made aware of the various ways they can report unethical conduct regarding the Company’s accounting, financial reporting, internal controls or auditing matters. It also helps ensure procedures are in place for receipt, retention and treatment of complaints that could facilitate disclosure, encourage proper individual conduct, or alert the Audit Committee to possible problems before they have serious consequences.