The Supervisory Board advises and supervises the Executive Board in carrying out its duties and monitors the policies and affairs of Delta Lloyd Group and its business.
Delta Lloyd wants its Supervisory Board to represent the interests of all stakeholders. Three members are therefore appointed in principle on the recommendation of the Works Council.
Supervisory Board Committees
The Supervisory Board is supported in its decision-making by four committees: the Audit Committee, the Remuneration Committee, the Risk Committee and the Nomination Committee. Members of these committees are members of the Supervisory Board.
The Audit Committee advises the Supervisory Board on financial reporting, internal risk and control, the role and functioning of internal audits and the use of information and communication technology. It meets at least four times a year, of which at least one meeting is directed to the closing of the book year and the annual report and financial statements.
The Risk Committee meets four times a year and advises the Supervisory Board about all financial and non-financial risks.
André Bergen (Chairman)
Fieke van der Lecq
The Remuneration Committee determines the level of remuneration for the individual members of the Executive Board, assessing their performance against targets. It also evaluates the remuneration policy at various management levels. The committee meets at least twice a year.
The Nomination Committee prepares the Supervisory Board policy, and determines the selection criteria and appointment procedures for members of the Supervisory Board and Executive Board. At least once a year, it evaluates the size and composition of the Supervisory Board and Executive Board, as well as its functioning. Standard duties include the evaluation process of the Supervisory Board, the assessment of the Executive Board, the preparation of appointments and corporate governance monitoring.
Clara Streit (Chairman)