Malibu Boats, Inc. is committed to strong corporate governance through the promotion of ethical practices and behavior across all our operations that maintain the trust of our investors, customers, employees, suppliers and business partners. Our Corporate Governance Principles address our Board of Director’s governance role and functions and — together with the charters of the Board committees and the Company’s other corporate governance documents and practices — provide a basis for governance across our organization.

Human Rights

At MBI, we respect the human rights of our employees across all our operations and supply chains. We follow and expect our suppliers and business partners to likewise comply with human rights principles, including laws that prohibit slavery, forced labor, child labor, human trafficking, harassment and unlawful discrimination, amongst others. With processes in place — as well as an established Code of Conduct and Supplier Code of Conduct — we address the expectations of our employees and partners to promote safe working conditions and individual security. These collectively reduce the risk of becoming complicit in any human rights violations.

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Whistleblower Hotline

MBI's Code of Conduct provides guidance to all our directors, officers and employees and assists us in conducting our activities within appropriate ethical and legal standards. Our Board of Directors and Audit Committee oversee our compliance program. We foster a free and open atmosphere that allows and encourages directors, officers, employees, agents and others to express work-related concerns about ethical issues and/or to report violations or suspected violations of laws, regulations and our policies. Directors, officers and employees are not only encouraged, but are required, to report any suspected violations of law or of our Code of Conduct as appropriate to his or her supervisor, the Chief Executive Officer, the Vice President of Human Resources or anonymously by accessing our employee hotline through our independent, third-party provider, Lighthouse Services, at (855) 400-6002. This hotline is monitored by our Chief Executive Officer and Vice President of Human Resources, is proactively communicated to employees across our operations and is made available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. All suspected violations of law or of our Code of Conduct are investigated. The Audit Committee of our Board of Directors receives timely periodic reports regarding any material violations of our Code of Conduct. We will not tolerate retaliation for reports made in good faith.