Code of Business Ethics

Maintaining Records and Making Disclosures

Rogers Corporation and all its employees must maintain accurate and complete records (including accounts) that provide a true and fair picture of the company’s business activities and financial position. We must not alter or falsify company records, nor destroy any records except in accordance with our records retention policies.

Rogers Corporation and its employees must provide full, fair and accurate disclosures of company information in a timely and understandable manner as required by law or pursuant to company procedures. Only those authorized to speak on behalf of the company may do so.

We must also comply with generally accepted accounting principles when creating and maintaining our financial records.

What are records and disclosures?

Records are any documents created in the course of Rogers Corporation’s business, including contracts, accounts and financial and non-financial documents. Disclosures include documents published, filed or submitted by Rogers to its shareholders, regulators and other third parties as may be required by regulation or company policy. Records and disclosures can be in paper or electronic form, and disclosures may also be made verbally.

What is expected of you?

  • Keep complete and accurate records for the appropriate time period.
  • Only speak on behalf of the company when authorized to do so. This includes all forms of electronic or news media outlets such as blogs, Facebook, Twitter, We Chat and other communication avenues.
  • Be aware of and comply with relevant record keeping laws, guidelines, standards and principles relating to your area of the business.
  • Enable the proper management of company information by complying with document retention and destruction rules relevant to your area of the business.
  • Never amend or dispose of records that are relevant to investigations or litigation involving Rogers Corporation or its employees.
  • Only disclosure company information to other company employees and third parties on a need-to-know basis and pursuant to company policy.

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