Governance defines how a company is organized, managed, and monitored. The main governing bodies are the Board of Directors, which determines strategic priorities, and the Executive Committee, which implements the Group’s strategy.
Subject to the functions of the Board of Directors, the Audit Committee reviews the annual and half-yearly financial statements, to ensure that the Company’s accounting methods are appropriate, permanent and reliable, and reviews the effective implementation of internal control and risk management procedures, to be familiar with the policies implemented within the Group in relation to sustainability and respect for the environment, and to listen to and question the Statutory Auditors. Each year it reviews the fees charged by the Company’s Statutory Auditors and assesses their independence. The Audit Committee also considers potential Statutory Auditors for appointment.
Four Directors: Mr. Jean-Pierre Denis (climate change lead), the Financière Pinault company represented by Mrs. Héloïse Temple-Boyer, Mr. Serge Weinberg (independent Director) and Mrs. Véronique Weill (lead independent Director).
Disclosure on components of compensation of corporate officers, October 5, 2023
Remuneration policy for 2023 and report on the remuneration of corporate officers for 2022 (URD extracts), March 22nd, 2023
Information on remuneration for the executive corporate officers, March 2nd, 2023
Kering articles of association as of October, 31st 2023