The Equator Principles Association - Governance & Management
The Equator Principles (EP) Association is the unincorporated association of member Equator Principles Financial Institutions (EPFIs) whose object is the management, administration and development of the EPs. The EP Association was formed on 1 July 2010 and was instituted to ensure long-term viability and ease of management of the member EPFIs.
The EP Association is governed by a set of Governance Rules which provide guidance to existing and prospective EPFIs on the processes for the management, administration and development of the EPs.
The EP Association Steering Committee co-ordinates the administration, management and development of the EPs on behalf of the member EPFIs.
There are 12 members of the EP Association Steering Committee:
- Barclays plc
- Credit Suisse
- Export Development Canada
- Itau Unibanco S/A
- J.P. Morgan Chase and Co.
- Mizuho Bank, Ltd
- Standard Bank Group (Steering Committee Chair)
- Standard Chartered Bank
- Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (BTMU)
- The Royal Bank of Scotland
The role of the Chair of the EP Association Steering Committee (currently Standard Bank Group) is to provide co-ordination across the Steering Committee, the Working Groups and the member institutions. The EP Association Governance Rules detail the scope of the roles of the EP Association Steering Committee and Chair and how representatives are nominated and appointed.
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