4. Description of the Remuneration Components

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Board of Directors

Members of the BoD receive fixed remuneration in cash, with the Chairman, Vice-Chairman and ordinary members entitled to different amounts based on a graduated scale. The members of the NCC also receive fixed remuneration in cash for their work on the Committee, with the Chairman and ordinary members likewise entitled to different amounts based on a graduated scale. There are no variable components. Remuneration is paid out in 12 monthly instalments.

Management Board

With effect from 1 June 2019, the BoD appointed Evan Williams as the new Group-wide Head of Marketing, Sales and Production Planning and as a member of the MB. Following Mr Williams’s induction, his predecessor, Marcello Montisci, remained available to Vetropack Group for special projects until he retired at the end of 2019.

Members of the MB receive fixed basic remuneration (fixed basic salary), which is commensurate to the level of responsibility they have in their individual role, their experience and local conditions.

They also receive a variable cash bonus that consists of two parts:

  • an individual bonus, based on the achievement of individually defined performance goals. This bonus component is calculated based on an individually specified percentage of the personal fixed basic salary, multiplied by the target attainment rate.
  • a net result bonus, calculated on the basis of an individually defined per mille rate of the Group’s consolidated net profit after tax. If the consolidated net profit is lower than 2% of the net revenue, this net result bonus is zero.

When appraising the extent to which individual performance goals have been achieved, the elements that cannot be quantified are evaluated at the appraiser’s discretion.

The target value for the variable component as a whole, i.e. the individual bonus and net result bonus together, is between 25% and 50% of the basic salary.

It is limited to a maximum of 75% of the basic salary and is paid out in March of the following year after the Annual Report has been approved by the BoD.

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