- Corporate Governance
- Compensation Report
- Financial Statements
Cembra Money Bank AG (“Bank”, together with its subsidiaries, “Group”) is committed to transparent and responsible corporate governance. The term “corporate governance” is being used when referring to the organisational structure of the Group as well as the operational practices of its management. The Group’s internal governance framework including the articles of incorporation (“Articles of Incorporation”) and the organisational regulations (“Organisational Regulations”) embodies the principles required in order for the business of the Bank to be managed and supervised in accordance with good corporate governance standards.
As a company having its shares listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (SIX), the Bank is subject to – and acts in compliance with – the Directive on Information Relating to Corporate Governance and its Annex and Commentary (CGD), issued by SIX Exchange Regulation. If information required by the CGD is published in the Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements, a reference indicating the corresponding note to the Consolidated Financial Statements is provided. The Swiss Code of Best Practice for Corporate Governance, issued by economiesuisse, has also been taken into account.
The Organisational Regulations, which are published on the website (www.cembra.ch/en/investor/investor-relation/corporate-governance/articles-of-incorporation), further outline the duties, powers and regulations of the governing bodies of the Bank.