Poste Italiane's remuneration policy is consistent with (i) the recommendations of the Corporate Governance Code, and (ii) as regards personnel identified as working for BancoPosta Ring Fenced Capital and, in general, those classified as the Parent Company’s Material Risk Takers, in accordance with Bank of Italy Circular 285 of 17 December 2013 (as amended) and in the European Banking Authority (EBA) guidelines and EBA Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) from time to time in effect. Poste Italiane’s remuneration policies are designed to attract, motivate and retain high calibre professionals and management personnel capable of contributing to achievement of the primary goals of delivering sustainable results over time and creating shareholder value.
The remuneration policies play a key role in pursuit of the Company’s strategic objectives by focusing on three guiding principles:
Such policies are also structured so as to guarantee an adequate balance between fixed and variable components and, with regard to variable components, between short-term and medium/long-term components, in order to ensure equilibrium between such components and the implementation of conducts in line with the sustainable performance of the Group.
The remuneration of non-executive Directors, in accordance with the recommendations of the Corporate Governance Code, is linked with the commitment required of each of them, also taking into account their respective participation on one or more committees established within the Board of Directors.
The policy is described in the section one of the Remuneration Report approved by the Board of Directors of Poste Italiane, upon proposal of the Remuneration Committee. Such report, pursuant to article 123-ter of Legislative Decree No. 58/1998, is made available to the public and submitted to the shareholders' meeting for a consultative vote.
For the remuneration and incentive plans for personnel under BancoPosta’s Ring-Fenced Capital, described in the Annex “Guidelines for BancoPosta RFC’s remuneration and incentive policies”, the resolution of the shareholders' meeting is binding.
Moreover, the shareholders' meeting 2016 resolved to approve the long-term incentive plan addressed to executives of Poste Italiane S.p.A. and its subsidiaries, whose structure was established by the Board of Directors upon proposal by the Remuneration Committee.
The Report also provides information on the compensation paid to Directors, to the General Manager, to Executives with strategic responsibilities and to the regular Auditors.
Last update: May 24, 2016