Members of the Remuneration Committee
The Remuneration Committee consists of two members: Mr. Van Woudenberg (chairman) and Mr. Kramer. The Remuneration Committee regularly avails itself of the services of an independent remuneration adviser selected by the Supervisory Board, and ascertained that this remuneration adviser does not provide advice to the members of the Board of Management.
Duties and responsibilities of the Remuneration Committee
The Remuneration Committee performs the following duties:
Submitting proposals to the Supervisory Board concerning the remuneration policy to be pursued for the members of the Board of Management. The policy is submitted to the General Meeting of Shareholders for approval.
Investigating whether the agreed remuneration policy is still up to date and if necessary proposing policy amendments.
Submitting proposals to the Supervisory Board concerning the remuneration of individual members of the Board of Management (in accordance with the remuneration policy adopted by the General Meeting of Shareholders).
Preparing the remuneration report on the remuneration policypursued, subject to adoption by the Supervisory Board.
Activities during 2013
The Remuneration Committee met on three occasions during 2013, with both members attending all the meetings. In addition the Committee also held regular consultations outside these meetings. Further details of the activities of the Remuneration Committee can be found in the 2013 Remuneration Report.
Reports and findings of the meetings of the Remuneration Committee were presented to the entire Supervisory Board.
Remuneration policy for the Board of Management
The remuneration policy for the Board of Management was adopted by the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders on 21 January 2011. The remuneration policy is consistent with the strategy and core values of Boskalis, which are centered on long-term orientation and continuity, and take into account the interests of Boskalis’ shareholders, clients, employees as well as the ‘wider environment’. Throughout 2013 the remuneration policy was executed in accordance with the remuneration policy as adopted by the Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders. The full text of the remuneration policy as well as the remuneration report can be found on the website.
Remuneration policy for the Supervisory Board
The remuneration policy for the Supervisory Board was adopted by the General Meeting of Shareholders on 10 May 2012.During the year under review the remuneration policy was executed in accordance with the remuneration policy as adopted. The remuneration report 2013 can be found on the website.
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