The way we act

We are ethical and

Our corporate governance framework is based on transparency, integrity, and good conduct. We try to find a balance between the governance, management, and control bodies for appropriate decision-making, and for disseminating timely and accurate information as key factors to strengthen our stakeholders’ trust in us.

Corporate governance

We have governance and decision-making bodies where we plan, define, implement, and monitor the group’s strategic objectives.

This is our highest corporate governance body whose function is directing and deciding the most important issues for the organization.


The Board of Directors, appointed by the shareholders assembly, is the highest administrative body in the organization and its functions include approving and supervising top management’s implementation of the strategic objectives, the governance structure, and the corporate culture. In addition, the Board of Directors defines the sustainability parameters that are implemented and participates in identifying and understanding the main economic, environmental, and social impacts and risks.



(102-18) (102-19) This is the administrative body in charge of implementing the strategy, achieving the proposed objectives, and direct relationships with the stakeholders. The directorate consists of:

  • President
  • Chief Legal Officer
  • Chief GreenLand Foundation- FGL Officer
  • Chief Administrative and technology Officer
  • Chief Commercialization Officer
  • Chief Sales Officer
  • Chief Controller Officer
  • Chief Financial and project Officer
  • Chief Agricultural Production Officer
  • Chief Sigatoka Control Officer

(102-20) (103-3) We have different bodies that consist of employees in charge of watching out for the interests of the organization and of the employees. These include:  

  • Strategic committee
  • Sustainability committee
  • Auditing and financial committee
  • Peaceful coexistence committee
  • Women’s committee


  • Secretary-General
  • ML/TF (SAGRILAFT) Compliance Officer
  • Data Protection Compliance Officer



Policies and good practices

We have different mechanisms, policies, and procedures that are the framer for our actions, through which we live our principles and values, and manage communications at every level in the organization.

Code of business ethics and conduct

Corporate declaration of respect for fundamental human rights

Corporate responsibility policies

Policy of legal compliance

Anti-fraud and anticorruption policy

Confidential information management policy

Manual for managing the self-control and ML/TF risk (SAGRILAFT)

Policy for admitting and creating third parties

Security policy

Conflicts of interest policy

Policy for the use of information resources

Donations policy

We move forward safely
Corporate risk assessment stages for managing risk

Stages for risk management


Context of the risk

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This is the first stage where the situations that have been identified reflect the reality of Grupo Empresarial GreenLand. By putting the risks and opportunities in context, it is easy to develop the ensuing activities.
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Risk identification

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This is the stage that allows the organization to list, understand, and define the risks.
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Risk analysis

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After the risks have been identified, they need to be associated with information about their frequency, i.e., how often does the identified event occur, and the consequences it might have in economic, human, reputational, and environmental impact for the organization. The probability of occurrence must also be determined.
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Risk treatment

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This is part of the risk assessment and analysis and where the individuals responsible, actions and strategies are defined to prevent, mitigate, transfer, or accept the risks that have been identified.
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Monitoring and evaluation

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The risks and their ratings are recorded and updated, and the risk management actions implemented by each area in the company are reported on a regular basis.
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The mechanisms are defined and the proper flow of this information inside the organization is insured, and the information is managed by the upper echelons (President and Board of Directors). The available information must be clear, timely, up-to-date, accurate, readily available, and verifiable.
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