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Governance

Governance

Governance

Lexmark creates innovative imaging services and technologies that help customers in more than 170 countries worldwide print, secure and manage information with ease, efficiency and unmatched value.

Industries we serve

Recognized as a global leader in innovative imaging and output technology solutions, we leverage our deep industry expertise—in retail, banking, healthcare, manufacturing, education, government and more—to simplify the complex intersection of digital and printed information.

We operate our business in a manner that results in a better world by focusing on our people, our planet and the communities in which we live and work. As we strive to maintain best practices for sustainability, Lexmark’s commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) is global in reach, balancing economic, environmental and social concerns.

Our respect for these principles applies within our own organization and as it relates to our partners. We extend our commitment even further by developing solutions that enable our customers to achieve their own sustainability goals. Headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, Lexmark is now a privately held company. On November 29, 2016, Lexmark International, Inc. was acquired by a consortium of investors comprised of Ninestar Corporation, PAG Asia Capital and Legend Holdings.

Good corporate governance for Lexmark goes beyond ensuring that the organization is effective and profitable; a key element to governance is establishing open transparency on the details of the governance structure and composition. Transparency drives accountability, assuring our stakeholders that they can be confident that Lexmark is being managed responsibly.

Sustainability initiatives are lead by Lexmark’s Global Corporate Senior Manager of Sustainability, John D. Gagel. Mr. Gagel formally reviews and approves Lexmark’s annual CSR report. Lexmark’s Corporate Social Responsibility program management is directed by the Lexmark Corporate Sustainability Department. In addition, a Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility Cross-Functional Council, comprised of representation from business areas such as Development, Facilities, Human Resources, Supply Base Management, Supply Chain and Marketing, was formed to continually integrate sustainability into all areas of the business.

Political contributions and lobbying

Lexmark is committed to complying with local laws related to the disclosure of political dealings, such as those that require reporting political contributions to the appropriate state or federal political and ethics authorities, and publishing the information on their respective websites. No financial or in-kind political contributions have been made in the U.S. or in non-U.S. countries where we do business.

From time to time, Lexmark employs the services of remunerated attorney and non-attorney advocates and consultants. These advocates provide Lexmark with legislative monitoring services, guidance on proposed and enacted legislation, and communication of the applicable Lexmark position on legislation to interested parties and stakeholders.