The honesty, integrity, ethics, respect for others and sound judgment displayed by directors, principal executives and financial officers of Nutriband Inc. (the “Company”) set the tone for business conduct, and are fundamental to the proper functioning, reputation and success of the Company. This Code of Ethics is composed of expressions of good behavior and good judgment to which all employees, officers and directors of the Company are required to adhere.
Our principal executives and financial officers hold an important and elevated role in our corporate governance. These individuals are key members of the management team, who are uniquely capable and empowered to ensure that the interests of the Company’s stakeholders (including stockholders, employees, collaborators, customers and partners) are appropriately balanced, protected and preserved. Such persons fulfill this responsibility by prescribing and enforcing the policies and procedures employed in the Company’s business and financial operations.
This Code of Ethics is intended to supplement, and not replace, the various guidelines and documents that the Company has prepared on specific laws, rules, regulations and policies that all officers, directors and employees of the Company should be aware of, such as the Company’s Insider Trading Policy.
The principal executives, financial officers, employees and directors of the Company must:
All principal executives, financial officers, employees and directors are expected to adhere to this Code of Ethics at all times.
If a violation of this Code of Ethics is reported and substantiated, the Board may impose such sanctions or otherwise take such actions is it deems appropriate.
The Board or any committee of independent or disinterested directors designated by the Board shall have the sole and absolute discretionary authority to approve any deviation or waiver from this Code of Ethics.
Any waiver (and the grounds for such waiver) for a principal executive or financial officer of, or an amendment to, this Code of Ethics shall be disclosed as required by the applicable rules and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission.