Information on CRH's key governance principles and practices can be found below. There are no significant ways in which CRH plc's corporate governance practices differ from those followed by domestic companies under NYSE listing standards.

The Corporate Governance Guidelines outline CRH's corporate governance guidelines, which meet the requirements outlined in NYSE Rule 303A.09.

In compliance with applicable US requirements, the Board of Directors has adopted the following clawback policy.

The Company’s Memorandum of Association sets out the objects and powers of the Company. The Articles of Association detail the rights attaching to each share class; the method by which the Company's shares can be purchased or re-issued; the provision which apply to the holding of and voting at general meetings; and the rules relating to the Directors, including their appointment, retirement, re-election, duties and powers.

Details of CRH’s current remuneration policy, which was approved by shareholders at the 2022 Annual General Meeting, is set out in the Directors’ Remuneration Policy.

In order to ensure the independence and objectivity of the external auditor, the Audit Committee has put in place a policy on the provision of audit and non-audit services by the external auditor.