Principles of Corporate Governance

Principles of Corporate Governance


Our Code of Conduct

Olin’s Code of Conduct sets expectations and obligations for the ethical business behavior of all employees at Olin offices and locations in the U.S. and abroad. In addition, the Code provides an overview of important company policies and certain laws and regulations that apply to our business activities.

Our Code of Conduct


Olin Corporation Shareholder Rights Plan Policy

(Adopted by Olin’s Board on December 9, 2005 and effective on February 27, 2006 when the Rights Agreement expired)

Olin Corporation will submit the adoption of any shareholder rights plan to a shareholder vote before it acts to adopt a rights plan; provided, however, that the Board may act on its own to adopt a rights plan without first submitting such action to a shareholder vote if the Board in the exercise of its fiduciary duties determines that such submission would not be in the best interest of shareholders under the circumstances then existing.

If a shareholder rights plan is adopted without first submitting such action to a shareholder vote, the shareholder rights plan will be submitted to a shareholder vote within 12 months following its adoption.


Bylaws

Bylaws


Services of Independent Public Accountants

Services of Independent Public Accountants


Clawback Policy

Clawback Policy


Political Contributions Policy

Political Contributions Policy


Political Contributions Policy Reports

2016 Political Contribution Public Disclosure Report


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