Universal Display strictly adheres to all Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance Procedures. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act, administered by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), seeks to improve the accuracy of financial statements and to ensure full disclosure of information found within them. The act, implemented in 2002, sets deadlines for compliance and publishes rules on requirements. Codes of Governance
As part of Universal Display’s Corporate Policies and Procedures, the Company has established codes of ethics and conduct for its employees and Board of Directors. These sections can be downloaded here: Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct for Employees [PDF, 33K]
Code of Conduct for Directors [PDF, 24K]
Committee Charters The Audit Committee, a subcommittee of the Universal Display’s Board of Directors, oversees the receipt, handling and retention of all company accounting, internal accounting controls and auditing. Universal Display has established a charter for this Audit Committee, which can be downloaded here:
Audit Committee Charter (last updated in 2009) [PDF, 21K] Complaint Reporting Procedures Universal Display’s Audit Committee, a subcommittee to the Board of Directors, oversees the receipt, handling and retention of all company accounting, internal accounting controls and auditing. Any complaints regarding these matters may be sent by e-mail to email@example.com, or in writing to the following address:
c/o Corporate SecretaryOnce received, grievances will be reviewed by Universal Display's President and General Counsel, then forwarded to the Chair of the Audit Committee for consideration.
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Questions or concerns may also be submitted anonymously to the Audit Committee in writing, via an unsigned letter to the above address, or through a name-protection e-mail provider. E-mails sent through this service will also be received by other members of Universal Display's Board of Directors as well as its General Counsel.