Corporate Governance and Remuneration Policy
The term corporate governance implies the responsible management and control of a company aimed at achieving long-term growth in value.
Declaration of Conformity
RBI attaches great importance to responsible and transparent business management in order to maintain the understanding and confidence of its various stakeholders – not least capital market participants. Hence, RBI is committed to adhering to the Austrian Corporate Governance Code (ACGC or “the Code”) as laid out in the version dated January 2021.
Corporate Governance Reports
External Evaluation of the CG-Code
Corresponding to C Rule 62 of the Austrian CGC, as in previous years, RBI commissioned an external evaluation by the KPMG Austria GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungs- und Steuerberatungsgesellschaft.
The remuneration policy was adopted by the Annual General Meeting on 20 October 2020, with 99.21 per cent of valid votes cast.
Articles of Association
You can download the Articles of Association of Raiffeisen Bank International as amended by resolution of the Annual General Meeting on 20 October 2020.
Criteria for Independence
Managers' Transactions reportable pursuant to Article 19 Market Abuse Regulation (MAR)
A list of reportable managers' transactions of the members of the Management Board and Supervisory Board, as well as persons closely associated with them, which were executed until 02.07.2016 (i.e. prior to the new provisions of MAR becoming effective) can be accessed via the Financial Market Authority's website under the following link (see RAIFFEISEN BANK INTERNATIONAL).
Stock Exchange Para. 75a
Code of Conduct pursuant to art.7 Austrian LobbyG
Publications pursuant to sec. 65a of the Austrian Banking Act (BWG)
Publications concerning Corporate Governance and Remuneration pursuant to sec. 65a BWG