Governance Overview

Corporate Governance

At Franchise Group, being a principles-led company is more than a list of ideals – it is a part of our mission.

The Franchise Group Board of Directors has established high ethical standards for the company's employees, officers and directors. These standards, set forth in the documents listed below, create a basis for sound corporate governance. The standards and documents are subject to modification from time to time as the Board of Directors deems appropriate in the best interests of the Company or as required by applicable laws and regulations.

Reporting Financial, Accounting or Auditing Concerns

To notify the Franchise Group Audit Committee of any concerns regarding Franchise Group's accounting practices, internal controls, financial statements or auditing matters you may contact or you may mail your concern to the following address:

Franchise Group, Inc.
Attn: Deputy General Counsel
109 Innovation Court, Suite J
Delaware, OH 43015

You may report your concerns anonymously; however the Audit Committee encourages you to provide your name and contact information so that we may contact you directly if necessary during an investigation and respond to your concern.