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  • Our Key Sectors and Customers | G4S
    Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Who We Are Our business Our segments Our business model Our key sectors and customers Our key strengths Our markets Our strategy Where we operate Culture values Our history Corporate governance Our people Memberships industry expertise My Clippings Home Who We Are Our business Our key sectors and customers Our key sectors and customers G4S has a broad customer and geographic base with thousands of customers ranging from small local companies to governments and global corporations Our two key customer groups are commercial businesses and governments In the commercial sector we have a broad customer base with thousands of commercial customers ranging from small local companies to large multinational corporations The duration of customer contracts vary from high profile annual contracts for securing sporting or entertainment events to 25 year government contracts for the construction and management of prisons In practice many of our customer relationships are long term and result in contracts being renewed regularly resulting in high customer retention rates that are above 90 averaged across the group annually Find out more about our customers and key sectors on the Secure Solutions and Cash Solutions pages Related articles Government Securing the delivery of government services and promises at home and abroad Find out more Private energy utilities Private Energy and Utilities G4S and the Energy sector Oil and gas The security of key energy resources is fundamental to our welfare and prosperity Find out more Ports and airports Ensuring the safety of travellers and the efficiency of the international transport system Find out more Leisure

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  • Audit Committee | G4S
    meetings of the Audit Committee when required notwithstanding that they are not members of the Audit Committee 3 QUORUM A quorum shall be two members A duly convened meeting of the Audit Committee at which a quorum is present shall be competent to exercise all or any of the authorities powers and discretions vested in or exercisable by the Audit Committee 4 ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS 4 1 No one other than the Audit Committee Chairman and other members is entitled to be present or vote at a meeting of the Audit Committee 4 2 The chairman of the Company chief executive finance director head of internal audit and a representative of the external auditor may be called upon or shall be able to speak at any meeting of the Audit Committee by prior arrangement with the Chairman 4 3 There should be at least one meeting or part of a meeting each year which the external auditor attends without management present 5 SECRETARY The Company Secretary or his or her nominee shall act as the secretary of the Audit Committee and shall keep a record of the membership of and the dates of any changes to the membership of the Audit Committee 6 FREQUENCY OF MEETINGS 6 1 Meetings shall be held at such times as the Audit Committee deems appropriate and in any event shall be held not less than three times a year Where appropriate meetings should coincide with key dates in the company s financial reporting cycle 6 2 External auditors or internal auditors may request a meeting if they consider that one is necessary 7 PROCEEDINGS 7 1 Unless varied by these terms of reference meetings and proceedings of the Audit Committee will be governed by the Company s articles of association regarding the meetings and proceedings of directors 7 2 Meetings of the Audit Committee shall be summoned by the Secretary of the Audit Committee at the request of the Chairman or any member thereof or at the request of the external auditor or the head of internal audit if they consider it necessary 7 3 Unless otherwise agreed notice of each meeting confirming the venue time and date together with an agenda of items to be discussed and supporting papers shall be sent to each member of the Audit Committee and any other person required to attend not later than 48 hours prior to the date of the meeting 7 4 The Secretary to the Audit Committee or his or her deputy shall record the proceedings and resolutions of meetings of the Audit Committee and shall circulate the minutes of such meetings to all members of the Audit Committee and if the Chairman so decides to all members of the Board 7 5 In the absence of the Audit Committee Chairman and or an appointed deputy those members present shall elect one of their number to chair the meeting 8 AUTHORITY 8 1 The Audit Committee is authorised by the Board at the expense

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  • Nomination Committee | G4S
    Nomination Committee when required notwithstanding that they are not members of the Nomination Committee 3 Quorum A quorum shall be two members of whom at least one must be a non executive director A duly convened meeting of the Nomination Committee at which a quorum is present shall be competent to exercise all or any of the authorities powers and discretions vested in or exercisable by the Nomination Committee 4 Attendance at Meetings 4 1 No one other than the Nomination Committee Chairman and members is entitled to attend or vote at a meeting of the Nomination Committee although executive directors members of senior management and other third parties may attend if invited to do so by the Nomination Committee 4 2 The chairman of the Company chief executive Human Resources director and any other executive or member of senior management may be called upon or shall be able to speak at any meeting of the Nomination Committee by prior arrangement with the Chairman 5 Secretary The Company Secretary shall act as the secretary of the Nomination Committee and shall keep a record of the membership of and the dates of changes to the membership of the Nomination Committee 6 Frequency of Meetings Meetings shall normally be held at such times as the Nomination Committee deems appropriate and in any event shall be held not less than twice a year 7 Proceedings 7 1 Unless varied by these terms of reference meetings and proceedings of the Nomination Committee will be governed by the Company s Articles of Association regulating the meetings and proceedings of directors 7 2 Meetings of the Nomination Committee shall be summoned by the Secretary of the Nomination Committee at the request of the Chairman or any member thereof 7 3 Unless otherwise agreed notice of each meeting confirming the venue time and date together with an agenda of items to be discussed and supporting papers shall be sent to each member of the Nomination Committee and any other person required to attend not later than 48 hours prior to the date of the meeting 7 4 The Secretary of the Nomination Committee shall record the proceedings and resolutions of meetings of the Nomination Committee and shall circulate the minutes of such meetings to all members of the Nomination Committee and if the Chairman so decides upon request to all members of the Board 8 Authority 8 1 The Nomination Committee is authorised by the Board at the expense of the Company to investigate any matter within its terms of reference It is authorised to seek any information it requires from any employee in order to perform its duties and all employees are directed to co operate with any requests made by the Nomination Committee 8 2 The Nomination Committee is authorised by the Board to obtain external professional advice at the expense of the Company and to secure the attendance of third parties with relevant experience and expertise at meetings of the Nomination Committee if it

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  • Remuneration Committee | G4S
    with any requests made by the Remuneration Committee 8 2 The Remuneration Committee is authorised by the Board at the expense of the Company to obtain external professional advice and to secure the attendance of third parties with relevant experience and expertise at meetings of the Remuneration Committee if it considers this necessary 8 3 The Remuneration Committee is authorised by the Board to appoint external consultants at the Company s expense in respect of executive directors remuneration and to set their terms of reference 8 4 These terms of reference may be amended from time to time as required subject to approval by the Board 9 Duties 9 1 The Remuneration Committee shall be responsible for all elements of the remuneration of the executive directors and the chairman of the company including pension rights and compensation i e damages payments and should monitor the level and structure of remuneration for the senior management of the group The duties of the Remuneration Committee shall be 9 2 to determine and agree with the Board the framework and broad policy for the remuneration including benefits pension arrangements and termination payments of the chairman chief executive and executive directors of the Company and the senior management 9 3 to determine and agree with the Board the Company s policy on the duration of contracts with executive directors and notice periods and termination payments under such contracts with a view to ensuring that any termination payments are fair to the individual and the Company that failure is not rewarded and the duty to mitigate loss is fully recognised 9 4 within the terms of the agreed framework and broad policy to determine the total individual remuneration package of each executive director including where appropriate bonuses incentive payments share plans and pension arrangements 9 5 having regard to Schedule A of the Code to advise on and determine all formulae for performance related schemes operated by the Company the methods for assessing whether performance conditions are met and the eligibility of executive directors for annual bonuses and benefits under long term incentive schemes 9 6 when appropriate requesting the Board to seek shareholder approval of all new long term incentive schemes save in the circumstances permitted by paragraph 13 13A of the Listing Rules 9 7 to review and recommend to the Board the remuneration of the Company Secretary 9 8 to liaise with the Nomination Committee to ensure that the remuneration of newly appointed executive directors and senior management is within the Company s overall policy 9 9 to consider and make recommendations in respect of any other terms of the service contracts of the executives and any proposed changes to these contracts and to review the company s standard form contract for executive directors from time to time 9 10 to administer all aspects of any performance share plans operated by or to be established by the Company subject always to the rules of that scheme and any applicable legal and regulatory

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  • Group Board | G4S
    Condon Non executive director Senior independent director Chairman Remuneration Committee Key strengths Extensive experience of high profile security issues the workings of the public sector and law making Has broad involvement with the UK businesses within the group particularly those serving public sector customers Joined G4S board May 2004 Previous experience Senior appointments in the UK police force including Chief Constable of Kent and Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police as well as at the British Security Industry Association and the International Cricket Council s anti corruption unit Current external commitments Cross bench member of the House of Lords occasional advisor on sports integrity to the International Olympic Committee and Deputy Lord Lieutenant for Kent Lord Condon will retire from the Board at the conclusion of the 2013 AGM Back to top Grahame Gibson Executive director Regional CEO Americas Key strengths Extensive knowledge of the group and its predecessor companies in many different markets and in a number of executive functions In addition to his board role is also CEO of the Americas region Joined G4S board April 2005 Previous experience Joined Group 4 in 1983 starting as finance director UK followed by a number of senior roles including deputy managing director UK vice president corporate strategy vice president finance and administration vice president operations central and south eastern Europe and UK and chief operating officer of Group 4 Falck A S In 2004 he became the company s divisional president for Americas and New Markets and became chief operating officer in 2005 Current external commitments Board member of the Ligue Internationale des Sociétés de Surveillance the international association of leading security companies Back to top Clare Spottiswoode Non executive director Member Remuneration and CSR Committees Key strengths Considerable experience in the public sector the energy markets and the financial services sector as well as setting up and managing her own businesses Has particular involvement with the group s businesses in the UK and Africa region Joined G4S board June 2010 Previous experience A mathematician and economist by training worked for the UK Treasury director general of Ofgas the UK gas regulator policyholder advocate for Norwich Union s with profits policyholders at Aviva non executive director of Tullow Oil plc and a member of the Independent Commission on Banking and the Future of Banking Commission Current external commitments Chairman of Gas Strategies Group Energetix Group and Magnox Limited non executive director of EnergySolutions Inc Ilika plc Enquest plc and RBC Europe Limited and independent director of the Payments Council Back to top Adam Crozier Non executive director Member Audit and Nomination Committees Key strengths Wide ranging experience of business transformation in a number of public and private sector organisations in the media logistics and retail sectors Joined G4S board January 2013 Previous experience Started his career with Mars before joining the Daily Telegraph followed by Saatchi and Saatchi where he became joint chief executive He then became chief executive of the Football Association and was subsequently appointed chief executive of the

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  • Performance highlights | G4S
    presentations Financial Calendar G4S fact sheet 2012 annual report Careers Vacancies and the G4S Global Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Investors Corporate overview Financial highlights Group KPIs Investment attributes Share price information Investor relations information News events and presentations Financial Calendar G4S fact sheet 2012 annual report My Clippings Home Investors Corporate overview Financial highlights Financial highlights G4S has produced consistently strong results Group turnover up 8 1 to 7 3 billion Organic turnover growth of 6 9 PBITA up by 6 0 to 516 million Operating cash flow of 492 million 95 of PBITA Adjusted earnings per share up 3 4 to 21 2p Recommended total dividend per share up 5 to 8 96p At constant 2012 exchange rates adjusted for disposals and discontinued businesses and excluding Olympics contract As defined by management see our Annual Report for further details For more information see the year on year comparative figures

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  • Investment Strategy | G4S
    Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Investors Corporate overview Financial highlights Group KPIs Investment attributes Share price information Investor relations information News events and presentations Financial Calendar G4S fact sheet 2012 annual report My Clippings Home Investors Corporate overview Investment attributes Investment attributes G4S creates shareholder value as a result of a number of core investment attributes Growth Organic revenue growth Developing markets exposure Major position in UK Government outsourcing A GDP growth business Disciplined M A G4S has delivered strong organic growth since its creation in 2004 performing well above global GDP growth despite recent pressure on the economic environment We are able to do this as a result of our significant and increasing exposure to higher growth developing markets and leading market positions in key growth markets such as the UK Government outsourcing sector where growth is strong and expected to continue Organic growth is supplemented by disciplined reinvestment of free cash flow in acquisitions focused on extending our developing markets presence in key growth countries and adding capability to help address the needs of customers in growing sectors Resilience Well diversified business Defensive services Structural growth through the cycle High customer retention and visibility of earnings Our business is well diversified across more than 125 countries and numerous customer sectors with no over reliance on any single area Security is at the core of our service proposition and is one of the areas on which governments and commercial customers focus for cost savings and reductions during economically challenging times creating opportunities for outsourcing We have a growing number of long term contracts coupled with excellent customer relationships and a customer service culture which result in strong customer retention rates and good earnings visibility Strong financial disciplines Operational efficiency and margin expansion

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  • Interactive share price chart | G4S
    Careers Centre Leadership Management and support Operational employees Media Centre News Case studies G4S and social media Key facts and figures Image library International magazine Press office contacts Social responsibility Our CSR Commitment Securing your world Safeguarding our integrity Securing our people Securing our environment Securing our communities G4S partnerships in sport CSR reports Investors Corporate overview Share price information Interactive share price chart Share details LSE Interactive share calculator

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