An overview of Edison International's corporate governance practices is provided below. The Edison International Nominating/Corporate Governance Committee periodically reviews the Company's corporate governance practices and makes recommendations to the Edison International Board that the practices be updated from time to time.
The members of our Board of Directors serve on four standing committees.
|Audit Committee |
|Compensation and Executive Personnel Committee |
|Finance, Operations and Safety Oversight Committee |
|Nominating/ Corporate Governance Committee |
|Jagjeet S. Bindra||C
|Vanessa C.L. Chang1||M||M|
|Theodore F. Craver, Jr.2
|James T. Morris||M||M|
|Richard T. Schlosberg, III||M||C|
|Linda G. Stuntz||M||M|
|William P. Sullivan
|Ellen O. Tauscher||M||M|
|Peter J. Taylor1
- C Chairperson
- M Member
- 1. Financial Expert
- 2. Chairman of the Board
- 3. Lead Director
Our corporate governance practices are reflected in these documents. Our Employee Code of Conduct has been revised, effective September 30, 2014 and posted October 3, 2014, to enhance readability and expand coverage to include the following new topics: cybersecurity, privacy, public safety, reporting off-duty misconduct, social media, workplace violence prevention, and additional topics related to conflicts of interest.
Our political contributions and related expenditures are guided by policy and disclosed in these documents. All contributions and expenditures disclosed in the reports below were made in accordance with the Edison International Political Contribution Policy.
Edison International participated in the 2015 CPA-Zicklin Index of Corporate Political Disclosure and Accountability, which measures the political transparency and oversight practices and policies of S&P 500 companies. Edison International placed in the top two rankings for disclosure and accountability in the 2015 CPA-Zicklin Index. A full report on the 2015 CPA-Zicklin Index can be found here.