Changes in composition of the Audit Committee
There are two olityermanent Supervisory Board committees, whose role is to provide advice to the Supervisory Board: Remuneration Committee and Audit Committee.
|Maciej Jankiewicz||Chairman of the Audit Committee|
|Raimondo Eggink||Member of the Audit Committee|
|Radosław Woszczyk||Member of the Audit Committee|
The Audit Committee is responsible in particular for:
The Members of the Audit Committee that meet the independence criteria in line with art. 129 sec. 3 of the Act of 11 May 2017 on statutory auditors, audit firms and public oversight (Journal of Laws No. 1089) are the Chairman of the Audit Committee Mr. Maciej Jankiewicz and the member of Audit Committee Mr. Raimondo Eggink.
The Members of the Audit Committee that meet the independence criteria in line with Appendix 2 to the European Commission Recommendation of 15 February 2005 on the role of non-executive or supervisory directors of listed companies and on the committees of the (supervisory) board (2005/162/EC) are Mr. Maciej Jankiewicz and Mr. Raimondo Eggink.
The members of the Audit Committee have the qualifications and experience in the field of financial terms and the industry in which the Issuer operates.
|Jakub Frejlich||Chairman of the Remuneration Committee|
|Roman Nowak||Member of the Remuneration Committee|
|Radosław Pobol||Member of the Remuneration Committee|
|Radosław Woszczyk||Member of the Remuneration Committee |
The Remuneration Committee is responsible in particular for:
Corporate governance is a system of rules of conduct for company organs, members of such organs, and majority and minority shareholders. Corporate governance rules relate to broadly defined corporate management.
Corporate governance rules for companies listed in Poland have been developed by the stock exchange. Since 1 January 2016, the Company has been applying the new Best Practice for WSE Listed Companies (DPSN 2016). The document is available from the WSE’s corporate governance web page at www.corp-gov.gpw.pl.
Details of other reports concerning compliance with the Best Practice for WSE Listed Companies are presented in the Reports tab.
Other corporate governance disclosures:
Representation of men and women on the Management and Supervisory Boards of KOGENERACJA S.A. during the years 2014–2017
In the years 2014–2017, men and women were represented on the Management and Supervisory Boards as follows:
The Management Board announces that the selection of the entity authorized to audit financial statements is in accordance with the Act on statutory auditors and their self-government, entities authorized to audit financial statements and public supervision, dated 7 May 2009 (Journal of Laws of 2009. No. 77, pos. 649). The Company did not establish additional rules relating to the above issues.
Promoting diversity includes any forms of activity designed to accept and effectively use diversity in the organisation, namely differences in such aspects as: gender, age, origin, skills, appearance, religion, opinions, sexual orientation, disability or work-life balance.
By promoting the idea of diversity KOGENERACJA S.A. wishes in particular to draw its employees’ attention to the following four issues:
The purpose of diversity management is to create a working environment that will be conducive to professional and personal development, building an atmosphere of respect and tolerance for diversity, thus contributing the effectiveness of the organization and its capacity for innovation as well as being a response to the Company’s CSR mission.
The Company undertakes actions aimed at selected employee groups:
The Company’s approach to the question of diversity is communicated both internally and externally:
As a WSE-listed company KOGENERACJA S.A. is covered by the Warsaw Stock Exchange Rules and publishes the reports on the application of corporate governance principles as integral part of the annual Management Board Report on activities.