You may contact the Board of Directors, an individual non-management director, or the non-management directors as a group by writing to them c/o UGI Corporation, P. O. Box 858, Valley Forge, PA 19482.
Any communications directed to the Board of Directors, an individual non-management director, or the non-management directors as a group from employees or others that concern complaints regarding accounting, financial statements, internal controls, ethical, or auditing matters will be handled in accordance with procedures adopted by the Audit Committee of the Board.
All other communications directed to the Board, an individual non-management director, or the non-management directors as a group are initially reviewed by the Corporate Secretary. In the event the Corporate Secretary has any question as to whether the directors should be made aware of any issue raised, the Corporate Secretary shall be entitled to consult with the Chair of the Board in making such determination. The Corporate Secretary will distribute communications to the Board, an individual director, or to selected directors, depending on the content of the communication. The Corporate Secretary maintains a log of all such communications that is available for review for one year upon request of any member of the Board.
Typically, we do not forward to our Board of Directors communications from our shareholders or other parties that are of a personal nature or are not related to the duties and responsibilities of the Board, including, but not limited to:
- junk mail & mass mailings;
- resumes and other forms of job inquiries;
- opinion surveys and polls; and
- business solicitations or advertisements.
Accounting and Auditing Complaints:
Anyone with a concern or complaint about
UGI Corporation’s accounting, internal
accounting controls or auditing matters may
communicate it to the Audit Committee by
writing to the Committee at:
Audit Committee of
The Board of Directors of
P.O. Box 858
Valley Forge, PA 19482
Employees may also submit complaints about
accounting, internal accounting controls or
auditing matters by contacting the Company’s
Accounting and auditing complaints may be
made on a confidential or anonymous basis,
but all such communications should contain
sufficiently specific information to permit the
Audit Committee to pursue the matter.