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An Executive Director shall not without prior written permission of the Board (with the affirmative vote of the Non-Executive
Directors), accept any other remunerated or non-remunerated
(employment) position, including in an advisory, supervisory or
voluntary capacity. AND
A Director shall immediately report any conflict of interest or
potential conflict of interest that is of material significance to
the Company and/or to the member concerned, to the Chairman and to the other Directors and shall provide all relevant
information, including information concerning his spouse,
registered partner or life companion, (foster) child and relatives
by blood or marriage upon the second degree. The Board
(with the affirmative vote of the Non-Executive Directors) shall
decide, without the Director concerned being present, whether
there is a conflict of interest.
No critical concerns were reported in 2022.
of critical concerns
Employee Code of Conduct
(Page 8 & 9 section Compliance and reporting) and
Business Partner Code of Conduct
(page 6 section Compliance and reporting)
knowledge of the
2-18 Evaluation of
The yearly performance and development goals of the Execu-
the performance of
tive Management Team (including sustainability goals) will be
captured in Riwal’s ‘Success-Factors’ platform and cascaded
to Holding employees and Country Management Teams.
This process is done every year and includes a mid-year and
an end-year review by the employees’ manager to make sure
goals are achieved and priorities are adjusted when needed.