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The Parent Company and the companies and banks in the BPER Group have adopted a traditional management and control system.


BPER Banca S.p.A. is the Parent Company of the BPER Banca Banking Group, composed of the Parent Company and the directly or indirectly controlled banking and financial companies and special purpose vehicles.
 
The Parent Company and the companies and banks in the BPER Group have adopted a traditional management and control system. This system requires the presence of two boards appointed by the shareholders’ meeting: the Board of Directors, an administrative body, and the Board of Statutory Auditors, with supervision and control functions.
 
As Parent Company of the banking group, BPER Banca directs and coordinates its subsidiaries and issues provisions to implement the instructions set out by the Bank of Italy, in the interest of the Group and for the purpose of ensuring its stability.
 

As from 5 September 2017 BPER Banca has adhered to the Code of Conduct of listed companies promoted by the Corporate Governance Committee constituted by business associations (ABI, ANIA, Assonime, Confindustria),  and professional investors (Assogestioni), as well as by Borsa Italiana S.p.A. The Code is approved by the Corporate Governance Committee which ensures its constant alignment to international best practice and has the institutional aim of promoting the correct corporate governance of Italian listed companies. For further information reference should be made to “Report on Corporate Governance and Ownership Structure” in the Goverance Section > Documents.

The contents of this Governance Section fulfill the obligations related to the corporate governance disclosure obligations required by current regulations regarding the Parent Group itself, in particular the requirements of Bank of Italy’s Circular 285/2013 are presented in Chapter 1 of BPER’sannual  “Report on Corporate Governance and Ownership Structure” (Governance >Documents Section).