CalAmp, società capogruppo di cui LoJack è parte dal 2016, ha stabilito pratiche di corporate governance, progettate per servire al meglio gli interessi della Società e dei suoi azionisti. Siamo orgogliosi di aver ottenuto il punteggio di massima qualità nella Governance da Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS), rappresentato dal numero “1” sopra riportato. Grazie a questo punteggio, ci è stata riconosciuta l’eccellenza nella gestione del rischio legato alla governance.
CalAmp si impegna a mantenere gli standard più elevati di condotta aziendale e di corporate governance ed ha adottato un codice di condotta aziendale ed etica per direttori, responsabili e dipendenti, noto come il Codice di Condotta ed Etica Aziendale. CalAmp ha inoltre adottato Linee Guida per la Corporate Governance, che, insieme allo Statuto, ai Regolamenti Interni e ai Mandati dei Comitati del Consiglio, costituiscono il quadro di governance aziendale. CalAmp potrà apportare modifiche alle sue politiche e procedure in futuro, come ritenuto opportuno dal Consiglio di Amministrazione, nell’interesse di CalAmp, o come richiesto dalle leggi e dai regolamenti applicabili.
Segnalazione di eventuali attività illecite (cd. whistleblowing)
Il d.lgs. 24 del 10 marzo 2023 recepisce ed attua la Direttiva (UE) 2019/1937 del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio, del 23/10/2019, riguardante la protezione delle persone che segnalano violazione del Diritto dell’Unione e reca disposizioni riguardanti la protezione delle persone che segnalano violazioni delle disposizioni normative nazionali.
Il decreto disciplina in maniera puntuale i canali di segnalazione interna ed esterna, la gestione degli stessi, il ruolo di ANAC e le sanzioni applicabili in caso di violazione.
LoJack ha finalizzato una procedura che, oltre alle disposizioni di Legge, tiene altresì conto delle previsioni del Regolamento (UE) 2016/679 cd. GDPR, nonché delle Linee Guida di ANAC relative alle procedure per la presentazione e gestione delle segnalazioni esterne.
Le segnalazioni possono essere inoltrate utilizzando diverse modalità:
- online, accedendo al modulo di segnalazione presente al link www.lighthouse-services.com/calamp;
- telefonicamente, componendo il numero 800-172-444 e poi 800-603-2869;
- con lettera fisica indirizzata al Responsabile Legale di CalAmp.
- Henry J. Maier Chairman of the Board, CalAmp
Henry J. Maier was appointed a director of CalAmp in June 2021. He formerly served as president and CEO of FedEx Ground – a position he held since June 2013. He also served on the Strategic Management Committee of FedEx Corp.
Maier has over 40 years of experience in the transportation industry, including more than 30 years at FedEx companies. His FedEx career included various leadership positions in logistics, sales, marketing and communications. Immediately prior to his role as CEO of FedEx Ground, he was an executive vice president of FedEx Ground and responsible for all the company’s strategic planning, contractor relations and corporate communications programs.
Originally from Texas, Maier graduated from the University of Michigan with a bachelor’s degree in economics. In addition to the CalAmp Board, he also serves on the Board of Directors of transportation holding company Kansas City Southern (NYSE: KSU) and e-commerce parts company CarParts.com (NASDAQ: PRTS).
- Scott Arnold President And CEO, AuditBoard
Scott Arnold was appointed a director of CalAmp in June 2019. He currently serves as President and CEO of AuditBoard, a SaaS provider that empowers enterprises to identify and manage risk so that businesses are able to thrive. Most recently, Arnold served President, Shutterfly Enterprise, a division of Shutterfly that in 2019 was acquired by Apollo Global Management.
Prior to Shutterfly, he served from May 2013 to April 2016 as president and CEO at AppSense, a leading provider of user environment management solutions enabling a productive, secure workspace. Prior to joining AppSense, from July 2007 to August 2012, Arnold held the roles of COO and then president and CEO of MarketTools, Inc., a Software as a Service (SaaS) market research company. From November 2003 to November 2005, he was COO and Interim CEO of Borland Software, a software company that facilitates software development projects.
Prior to his operating roles, Arnold was a partner at McKinsey & Company where he served clients across technology and telecom industries and helped build the Firm’s practice in Silicon Valley. Arnold currently serves on Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering Board of Visitors, and holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Duke and an MBA degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
- Jason Cohenour Director of CalAmp
Jason Cohenour was appointed a director of CalAmp in June 2019. Cohenour served as the president, CEO and director of Sierra Wireless, Inc. from 2005 until June 2018, and held other senior management positions with that company, including COO, from 1996 until 2005. He also served as a director of Ikanos Communications, Inc. from 2014 until August 2015, when that company was acquired by Qualcomm, and Epic Data International, Inc. from 2004 to 2010.
Cohenour has a BS degree in Business Administration from the University of Rhode Island.
- Wes Cummins President Of B. Riley Asset Management
Wes Cummins was appointed as a director of CalAmp in June 2022. He currently serves as President of B. Riley Asset Management, LLC, the institutional asset management arm of B. Riley Financial, Inc. (Nasdaq: RILY). He also serves as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Applied Blockchain (Nasdaq: APLD).
Previously, Cummins served as CEO of 272 Capital, a registered investment advisor that focuses primarily on technology investments, which he formed in 2020. He sold 272 Capital to B. Riley Financial in 2021, during which time he was appointed as President of B. Riley Asset Management. Prior to forming 272 Capital, he spent eight years as a senior investment professional at Nokomis Capital focused on the TMT sectors.
Cummins brings more than 20 years of experience as a technology investor to the CalAmp board, in addition to extensive prior board and leadership experience. He previously served as a member of the board of directors of Sequans Communications, Vishay Precision Group and Telenav, Inc.
- Roxanne Oulman CFO of Medallia, Inc.
Roxanne Oulman was appointed director of CalAmp in August 2018. She currently serves as the CFO of Medallia, Inc., a privately held Software as a Service (SaaS) company that she joined in November 2018.
Previously, she served as CFO of CallidusCloud, a publicly held SaaS company, from November 2016 until September 2018. From May 2013 to November 2016, Oulman held financial leadership positions at CallidusCloud, which was acquired by SAP in April 2018. From 2011 to 2013, Oulman served as an Interim Chief Financial Officer at Thoratec Corporation, a biomedical device company, and from 2004 to 2011 she held several other financial leadership positions at Thoratec Corporation. From 1999 to 2004, Oulman was a general manager and western regional controller at Zomax, Inc., a logistics and supply chain company.
Oulman has a BS degree in Accounting from Minnesota State University, Mankato and an MBA degree from University of the Pacific—Eberhardt School of Business.
- Jorge Titinger Strategic Advisor To Hewlett Packard Enterprises And Former President, CEO And Director, Silicon Graphics International Corporation
Jorge Titinger was appointed to CalAmp’s board of directors in June 2015. He served as president, CEO and director of Silicon Graphics International Corp. from February 2012 until the acquisition of that company by Hewlett Packard Enterprise in November 2016, and currently serves as strategic advisor to HPE.
Titinger served as president, CEO and board member of Verigy Ltd. from January 2011 until October 2011, as president and COO from July 2010 to January 2011, and as COO from June 2008 to July 2010. Verigy was acquired by Advantest Corporation in July 2011 and he continued to serve in a transitional role following the acquisition until October 2011 as president and CEO of Verigy, then a subsidiary of Advantest Corporation. Prior to his service at Verigy, he held executive positions at FormFactor, Inc. from November 2007 to June 2008 and KLA-Tencor Corporation from December 2002 to November 2007. He also serves on the board of Xcerra Corporation.
Titinger holds BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering and an MS degree in engineering management, all from Stanford University.
- Kirsten Wolberg Former Chief Technology & Operations Officer of DocuSign
Kirsten Wolberg was appointed director of CalAmp in August 2020. She served as chief technology & operations officer at DocuSign and is a current Board Director of SLM Corporation and Sallie Mae Bank. She brings over two decades of experience in technology management, information systems and operations from Fortune 500 software industry leaders including PayPal, salesforce.com and Charles Schwab.
At DocuSign Wolberg helped successfully execute the IPO in April, 2018 and supported the product expansion from a single e-signature product to a multi-product DocuSign Agreement Cloud platform. As vice president of Technology at PayPal, she led the digital transformation that unlocked product innovation and execution velocity. She was the principal executive leading the PayPal separation program as part of the eBay/PayPal tax-free split. Prior to PayPal, Wolberg was chief information officer at salesforce.com where she honed core capabilities in developing, implementing and running cloud technologies to support rapid growth. Before joining salesforce.com, Wolberg spent seven years at Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., where she led the turnaround and restructuring of Schwab Technology. Earlier in her career, she held several product development, operations and consulting positions in the FinTech and payments industry.
Kirsten holds a BS degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California and an MBA degree from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern. Kirsten is also a graduate of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Directors Consortium program.