Corporate governance

Corporate governance ensures the sound management of our company’s affairs. We are committed to good, efficient and responsible management of our company, safeguarding the rights of all our stakeholders. Delta Lloyd is subject to the Dutch Corporate Governance Code. 

Organisational structure and shares

The most important bodies within our corporate governance structure are the Executive Board, the Supervisory Board and the General Meeting of Shareholders. Delta Lloyd’s share capital comprises ordinary shares, preference shares A and protective preference shares. 

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Voting policy

Delta Lloyd actively exercises its voting rights as a shareholder. Wherever possible, we vote at the general meetings of listed companies in which we hold an interest of 5% or more, or a capital interest of € 10 million or more. 

Voting policy

Guidelines

Our corporate governance model and related policy framework are key building blocks for Delta Lloyd’s corporate governance. Our corporate governance guidelines state the objectives, responsibilities and authority structure of our various business units. All policy documents are electronically accessible and are updated periodically.  

Guidelines

Retention period

All (price-sensitive) publications such as annual reports and press releases are governed by a retention period of at least ten years. Once the retention period of a publication has expired, it is subject to review whether the period for that particular publication should be renewed. Only the most up-to-date information is posted for other types of documents (regulations, strategy, CVs).

 

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