Iren Ambiente, Iren Energia, Iren Mercato and Ireti have a traditional corporate governance system with a Board of Directors composed of 3 members, in the case of the first three companies, and by 4 members, in the case of Ireti, and a Board of Statutory Auditors composed of 3 Standing Auditors and 2 Supplementary Auditors.
Iren’s Chief Executive Officer appoints the CEOs of the above mentioned Companies, while the Chairperson, Directors and the members of the Boards of Statutory Auditors are proposed by the Iren’s BoD. The appointed persons are primarily and predominantly selected from Group personnel (Directors of the parent company, managers or junior managers of Group companies, with suitable professional profiles), or persons external to the Group with experience and expertise appropriate to the role in question. One member of the Iren Board of Statutory Auditors must be present on the company Boards of Statutory Auditors.
As for the other Companies reported in this Sustainability Report, the traditional corporate governance system is the one predominately adopted, with a monocratic composition of the administrative body in some cases and a collegial composition in others. The designations of competence of Iren Group within the governing bodies are disciplined by the respective Articles of Associations and Shareholders’ Agreements in force for each company.
Iren’s management and coordination of Iren Ambiente, Iren Energia, Iren Mercato and Ireti is expressly provided and governed by the Iren Articles of Association and those of the aforementioned Companies. For other subsidiaries, management and coordination, where not expressly governed by the respective Articles of Association, derives from the organisational structure whereby the Business Departments are appointed by the Parent Company and report to its Chief Executive Officer.