Eni’s Corporate Governance has a traditional structure and is based on the principles of integrity, transparency and fairness.
Eni pursues principles of integrity and transparency in defining its system of corporate governance, incorporating relevant general and special norms, the By-laws, the Code of Ethics, the recommendations outlined in the 2020 Corporate Governance Code to which Eni adheres, internal regulations and established best practice.
The Report on remuneration policy and remuneration paid is prepared by the Remuneration Committee and is approved by the Board of Directors.
The Internal Control and Risk Management System is a set of tools, organisational structures and rules to manage and monitor corporate risks.
Eni has a system for managing whistleblowing reports, including anonymous ones, which applies to all Group companies in Italy and internationally.
Eni acknowledges that information is a strategic asset that must be managed in order to protect the interests of the company, its shareholders and the market.
Eni’s numbers: 275,780 shareholders; 3,375,937,893 ordinary registered shares without par value; 4,005,358,876 euros share capital
For the transmission of the regulated information Eni uses the system authorised by Consob called "1Info-Sdir", managed by Computershare S.p.A., with registered office in Milan in Via Lorenzo Mascheroni 19. For the storage and filing of regulated information, Eni has adhered to the centralized storage device authorised by Consob called "1Info", which can be consulted on the website www.1info.it, and managed by Computershare S.p.A., with registered office in Milan in Via Lorenzo Mascheroni 19.
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Director Corporate Affairs and Governance
Company Law, Governance, Secretariat and Issuers’ Compliance
Eni SpA - Company Secretariat