Eni defines its Policy on the remuneration of Directors and managers with strategic responsibilities , on the basis of a structured and transparent governance process in line with applicable regulations and statutory provisions, with a view to attracting, motivating and retaining people with a high professional and managerial standing, aligning the interests of management with the prime objective of creating sustainable value for shareholders over the medium to long term, in accordance with the guidelines defined in the Strategic Plan of the Company.
Determines the remuneration of the Chairman and other members of the Board of Directors at the time they are appointed and for the entire duration of their mandate
Is called to resolve, during the meeting held to approve the Annual Report, in favour or against the Remuneration Policy for Directors and Managers with strategic responsibilities described in the first section of the Remuneration Report.
Board of Directors
Determines the remuneration of the Directors with delegated powers and of those who participate in Board Committees, after examining the opinion from the Board of Statutory Auditors
Approves the Remuneration Policy for Directors and for Managers with strategic responsibilities, to be submitted to the vote of the Shareholders’ Meeting.
Is composed of three to four Non-Executive Directors, all of whom meet the definition of independence
Carries out consultative and advisory functions towards the Board of Directors, consistently with the recommendations of the Corporate Governance Code for listed companies