We provide an annual Remuneration report: transparency in prime position.
The Remuneration Report, approved by the Board of Directors on March 14, 2019, as per the recommendation of the Remuneration Committee, in accordance with applicable legal and regulatory requirements, defines and illustrates:
The Policy described in the first section of the Report has been prepared in line with the recommendations on remuneration of the Italian Corporate Governance Code for listed companies, in the version last approved in July 2018, which Eni adopted, as well as with recent recommendations by the Corporate Governance Committee.
The two sections of the Report are preceded by a summary (Executive Summary) in order to provide an easily accessible overview of the key elements of the 2019 Policy, in line with the Policy approved for the 2017-2020 term. The Executive Summary also provides some additional information in order to describe the context in which remuneration choices have been made (with reference to the performance measures used to support the policies set out in the Company’s Strategic Plan, performance indicators, including sustainability objectives, the results of the vote on the Remuneration Report at recent Shareholders’ Meetings).
Finally, the Report lists the shareholdings held by Directors, Statutory Auditors, Chief Executive Officer and General Manager and other Managers with strategic responsibilities and explains how the terms of the 2017-2019 Long Term Incentive Plan were applied in 2018, in accordance with applicable regulation.
The Remuneration Report 2019, submitted to the advisory vote (Section I) and approval by the Shareholders’ Meeting on May 14, 2019, together with the Consob Informative Documents – Long-Term Share Incentive Plan 2017 – 2019 and the Long-Term Monetary Incentive Plan 2014 – 2016.