Acting with integrity
LRS has a well-established Corporate Governance structure that consists of the following:
The Board – The Board of LRS is responsible for overseeing the general strategic direction of the company, holding the Executive Committee and promoting the success of the Company as a whole. The Board of LRS also has general responsibility to oversee the Company’s compliance and ethics programmes, policies and procedures as well as risk management. The Board currently consists of:
- Stan de Gramont (CEO of SBFE)
- Peter Harding (COO of LRS)
- Mary Guest (General Counsel and Company Secretary of LRS)
- Toby McKeever (CFO of LRS)
- Craig Shelden (CFO of SBFE)
- Tetsu Tanaka (Chief of Staff to the CEO of SBFE)
- Louis-Francois Gombert (International Director of SBF)
- Haruhisa Inada (CFO SBF)
- Bertrand Delmas (Chief HR Officer of SBFE)
- Jaume Mussons (CMO of SBFE)
The Executive Commitee
The Executive Committee – The Executive Committee is responsible for the day to day running of the company and for the execution of the Board’s strategic vision and is accountable to the Board. For more information on the Executive Committee members please use the link below.
The Ethics Committee
The Ethics and Compliance Committee is responsible for overseeing LRS’s compliance and ethics programmes including the implementation of, and compliance with, those programmes, policies and procedures that are designed to respond to the risks facing the Company (which include, amongst others, compliance risks and regulatory risks). The Ethics Committee reports directly into the Board and consists of various members of the Executive Committee and Senior Management.
The Risk Committee
The role of the RMC is to continually review and understand the risks facing the Company and to:
- Ensure the implementation of programmes designed to deal with those risks identified
- Develop and implement programmes, procedures and training to ensure LRS is prepared and capable to manage incidents that may occur
- Develop business continuity plans to minimise damage and disruption to the Company and its customers following potential adverse events
The Risk Committee consists of a cross-functional group of managers with a strong working knowledge of the company’s operations and reports directly to the Ethics Committee as well as to the Executive Committee.
In addition to the Corporate Governance structure outlined above, LRS is also audited annually by third parties, in line with various reporting requirements.
Building trust with our consumers, suppliers and employees is a vital part of growing our business in a sustainable and transparent way. You can read more about how we conduct ourselves and our expectations of others to act in the right way here:
- Responsible marketing code
- Code of conduct for suppliers
- Anti-Bribery and Corruption policy
- Code of business conduct for employees
- Payment practices
Equality, diversity and respect for human rights
Building trust means challenging ours and others’ perceptions of acceptable behaviour and always acting with respect for others. Our Modern Slavery Act statement sets out the steps we have taken and will continue to take to ensure that modern slavery and human trafficking are not taking place within our business or supply chains. The full statement can be read here
Leading through Change
Through the drinks we sell, our inspirational brands and the way we do business, we have the privileged opportunity to make the lives of our employees and consumers a bit better. It’s simple to us: take out the calories, encourage people to get more active and we are all looking at a brighter future.
So that’s what we’re doing! We are creating drinks that have purpose, give people healthier life choices and make them feel good.
To find out more, visit our health and wellbeing pages: