The framework of KGHM’s corporate governance is set by the provisions of Polish law, the Company’s Statutes and the Regulations of the Warsaw Stock Exchange where the company is listed and traded. The management of the Company is very much committed to best practice in corporate governance and in recent years has developed effective ways of organising KGHM’s governance system. Particular attention was paid during this process to ensuring that the long-term interests of the company and its shareholders are properly aligned.
Corporate Governance consists of the following pillars:
- The General Meeting of Shareholders
- The Supervisory Board and its committees
- The Company’s Management Board
KGHM’s Corporate Governance structure
KGHM applies the highest corporate governance standards, which allow it to protect the Company’s stakeholders. This approach also includes elements of risk management and business ethics.