Bhutan

Companies incorporated in this region are not required to change their company’s constitution and other documents as a condition to B Corporation certification. As part of the certification, companies would be agreeing to the following, per the contract for certification:

  1. to the extent permissible under the region's law, to consider the impact of its decisions not only on shareholders, but also on its employees, customers, suppliers, the community, and the environment;

  2. to use reasonable endeavours to support B Lab’s efforts to determine an effective legal mechanism to promote directors' consideration of the matters in item 1;

  3. in the event that such a legal mechanism is established in this region, take such steps as are necessary to avail itself of such mechanism; and

  4.  in the event of a change of control of it, including a public offering, it will commit to recertify within 90 days of the effective date of the change of control.

B Lab has received advice that in order to include the requirement for B Corporations to change their constitution as part of the certification, a wider legislative amendment would be required to clarify the duties of, and provide greater comfort to, directors of B Corps in the region.


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