Duke Realty has an exemplary governance program. Our commitment to strong principles and the highest ethical standards is critical to our goal of driving sustained shareholder value.

Our attention to corporate governance is part of our overall corporate responsibility platform which also includes a focus on the environmental and social impacts of our operations. To read Duke Realty’s Corporate Responsibility Report, please click here.

To report any issues relating to Duke Realty’s accounting, internal accounting controls, or auditing matters, please click here. Confidentiality is a priority, and all submissions will be investigated in a timely and discreet manner as reasonably possible.

For any other concerns, please contact the Company's Lead Director, William Cavanaugh III, at: leaddirector@dukerealty.com

Committee Charters
Audit CommitteeDownload Corporate Governance Documentation
Finance CommitteeDownload Corporate Governance Documentation
Corporate Governance CommitteeDownload Corporate Governance Documentation
Executive Compensation CommitteeDownload Corporate Governance Documentation
Governance Documents
Code of Conduct*Download Corporate Governance Documentation
Securities Trading Policy StatementDownload Corporate Governance Documentation
Regulation FD PolicyDownload Corporate Governance Documentation
Shareholder CommunicationsDownload Corporate Governance Documentation
Stock Ownership Guidelines Download Corporate Governance Documentation
Executive Compensation Committee Guidelines for Compensation Committee ConsultantsDownload Corporate Governance Documentation

*Duke Realty’s Board of Directors amended and restated the Code of Conduct, effective July 27, 2016, in order to (1) add to the conflicts of interest section a recusal procedure for directors who are interested parties, or who have family members who are interested parties, in potential company transactions, (2) amend the list of protected characteristics in the equal employment sections to conform to recent changes to federal employment laws, (3) add more examples of confidential information to the confidential and proprietary information section, (4) amend the Corporate Information Technology Policy to add cloud storage and file sharing protocol, and (5) amend the Workplace Security Policy to comply with the law that weapons can be kept in locked vehicles kept on company property.