It is the duty of each stakeholders (pls refer below [1] for definition) of Riverstone Holdings Limited ("The Company") and its subsidiaries ("The Group") to raise genuine concern in relation to criminal activity, breach of a legal obligation (including negligence, breach of contract, and contravention of Administrative Law), miscarriage of justice, danger to health and safety, or the environment and the cover up of any of these in the workplace. It applies whether or not the information is confidential.

This process of voicing wrong doings is generally referred to as "Whistleblowing". The person raising concerns is referred to as the "whistleblower" and the person against whom the concern is raised is referred to as the "whistleblowee".

The Group is committed to ensure concerns of this nature will be taken seriously & investigated. A disclosure will be protected if the whistleblower has an honest & reasonable suspicion that the malpractice has occurred or is likely to occur. A member who raises concern(s) reasonably and responsibly will not be penalized in any way.

The reporting channel on Whistle Blowing should be in the following manners to ensure fair treatment is given to the whistle blower:

(a) If the whistle blowee is a person within the Board

The Chairman of the Board and the AC must be channeled to deal with the matter regardless of the significance of the concern raised.

(b) If the whistle blowee is a person outside of the Board

The Chief Executive Officer ("CEO") of the Company will be channeled to deal with the matter. The CEO may setup Whistle Blowing Committee ("WBC") and delegate the authority/power to a WBC or alternatively to the Chairman of the Audit Committee to conduct an investigation, as he deemed fit.

All findings should then be reported to the AC accordingly on the need basis or on quarterly basis.