The Executive Board of Aurubis AG consists of four members: Roland Harings (Chairman), Dr. Thomas Bünger, Rainer Verhoeven and Dr. Heiko Arnold.
You can find an overview of the contract periods of the members of the Executive Board of Aurubis AG here.
|Roland Harings||May 20, 2019||June 30, 2022|
|Dr. Thomas Bünger||October 1, 2018||September 1, 2021|
|Rainer Verhoeven||January 1, 2018||December 31, 2025|
|Dr. Heiko Arnold||August 15, 2020||August 14, 2023|
The compensation system for the Executive Board takes the stipulations of the German Stock Corporation Act (AktG) and most of the recommendations and suggestions of the German Corporate Governance Code in the version dated December 16, 2019 into consideration. In its entirety, the compensation system makes a significant contribution to fostering and implementing the company strategy by linking the payout to relevant, ambitious performance criteria.
The Supervisory Board as a whole is responsible for the structure of the compensation system for the Executive Board members and for establishing the individual compensation. The Personnel Committee supports the Supervisory Board in this process, monitors the compensation system to ensure that it is appropriate, and prepares the Supervisory Board’s resolutions on this matter. The Personnel Committee recommends that the Supervisory Board make changes as needed. In the case of significant changes to the compensation system, but at least every four years, the compensation system is presented to the shareholders at the Annual General Meeting for approval.
The compensation system can be found here (Extract from the Annual Report 2019/20).
The compensation of individual Executive Board members can be found in the Compensation Report of our Annual Report.
Compensation Report (Extract from the Annual Report 2019/20)
You can find the notifications currently subject to disclosure requirements here.
In accordance with Art. 19(1) subparagraph 2 MAR, members of the Executive and Supervisory Boards of a public company as well as closely related persons must notify the company and the Federal Authority for Financial Services Supervision (BaFin) about the purchase and sale of shares in the company or related financial instruments. The companies are obligated to publish this information. Insignificant purchase and sales transactions (under € 5,000 per calendar year, from 01 January 2020 below € 20,000.00 ) are exempt from this disclosure obligation.