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​Corporate Governance

For ISA, corporate governance is the set of values, principles, policies, rules, practices and processes, by which ISA is directed, operated, and controlled, looking for business efficiency, growth enhancement, encouragement of investors' confidence in domestic and international contexts by means of practices aimed at the transparency and coherence of ISA actions, the respect of those who invest in the Company and the fulfilment of its commitments with its various stakeholders.



Corporate Governance Code

The objective of the Code is to compile and establish good governance practices observed in the Company, which contribute to generating competitiveness, transparency, and trust. For ISA, good governance practices are the commitments and measures adopted by the Company with regard to its governance, conduct, and information, so that the actions of its shareholders, administrators, and employees are aimed at guaranteeing corporate ethics integrity, adequate management of its affairs, respect for those who invest in the Company, fulfilment of its commitments to its stakeholders, and public disclosure of its endeavors.

Find here the Corporate Governance Code



Anti-Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism Administration System

ISA has established a set of inter-related elements to use in creating a culture of prevention, application of regulations in force, and anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism.

See our certificate Control Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism here.


Shareholders' Meeting

The Corporation’s upper management body is comprised of every natural and legal person holding subscribed shares, either present or represented, assembled in regular or special meetings.

Learn more about our Shareholders' Meeting.





Corporate Bylaws dictate that in addition to the members of the Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer, the Officers, Corporate Directors and Directors are administrators.

Meet our management team.


Code of Ethics

The Code of Ethics defines the Company's to the market, society and its members. It establishes the Company's fundamental principles and shared responsibility with its workers, and is part of the Corporate Governance Code.

Read our Code of Ethics.

Board of Directors


It is the main management body of the Company, responsible for the strategic definitions, supervision of key issues, and control over the regular course of business and governance. Its members are elected by the General Assembly of Shareholders, by the electoral quotient system, taking into account the proportional representation of stock ownership, for a period of one year, and may be re-elected or removed at any time. For the appointment of board members, criteria of professional competence, suitability and reputation are taken into account. It consists of nine members, seven of which are independent.

See ISA's Board of Directors.


Company Policies


Company Policies are corporate decisions to define criteria and establish the performance framework to guide actions at all organizational levels on specific matters. Once adopted by the Management Committee, they become non-negotiable and binding behavior guidelines, the purpose ot which is to reduce uncertainty, providing reasonable actions and focusing all efforts to the achievement of the company’s corporate purpose.

 See ISA's Company Policies.  

Communication and Information Policies


This policy provides an investor-company relationssystem through which to engage and facilitate interactions to create coherent and efficient communication processes with the surroundings.

Timely disclosure of information, efficient implementation of communication processes, and recognition of the various stakeholders as part of a relationship system work together to build ISA's corporate identity.

  • Communication Policy

The Communication Policy responds to the process for building a corporate identity as a business group and to the need to establish a frame of reference that facilitates corporate management and relations between the group’s companies, as well as interaction and dialogue with the surroundings.

Read more about our CommunicationPolicy here.

  • Policy on Information and Know-How

With this policy, ISA and its companies set forth the criteria and define the action framework to manage information and know-how as the organization's strategic assets.

Read more about the Policy onInformation and Know-How here.