Whistleblowers Policy


On 1 January 2020, Boardriders new whistleblowers policy came into effect.

The policy applies to Australian Boardriders’ current and former:

  • (a)officers
  • (b)employees;
  • (c)suppliers of services or goods, and their employees (paid or unpaid); and
  • (d)associates,

and their relatives, spouse and dependents (Eligible Whistleblower).

An Eligible Whistleblower qualifies for protection under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (‘Corporations Act’) if:

  • (a)they have made a disclosure of information relating to a ‘disclosable matter’ directly to an ‘eligible recipient’ or to ASIC, APRA or another Commonwealth body prescribed by regulation; or
  • (b)they have made a disclosure to a legal practitioner for the purposes of obtaining legal advice or legal representation about the operation of the whistleblower provisions in the Corporations Act.

For more information on what constitutes a disclosable matter or an eligible recipient or to obtain a copy of our whistleblowers policy, please contact whistleblower.apac@boardriders.com.