The Board of Directors is in charge of the company’s management and of organising the operations as appropriate. The Board validates the principles concerning the company’s strategy, organisation, accounting and financial control and appoints the company’s CEO. The Board has confirmed the written agenda for its work, which determines the matters that should be handled by the board. The CEO is responsible for executing the company’s strategy and managing current matters in accordance with the instructions and regulations issued by the Board.
According to the company’s articles of association, the Board of Directors has at least three actual members, with seven being the maximum. The annual general meeting will make the decision concerning the board members and their number. The Board will elect a chair from among its members during its term of office. The term of office of the board members will end at the end of the annual general meeting that comes first after the election.
In addition, the Board of Directors has established a Nomination Committee and a Remuneration Committee to assist the Board of Directors in the preparation and management of its duties and responsibilities. The Nomination Committee consists of the members of the largest shareholders and the Board of Directors. The members of both committees are elected annually.