Corporate Governance concerns the management and supervision of our company, its accountability - and how stakeholders are able to influence the decision-making.

Our Board of Management fulfils its duties by promoting the interests of Corbion and its businesses – which we define as the interests of all stakeholders, including customers, shareholders, employees, suppliers and our financial backers. 

At the same time, Corbion is deeply committed to protecting the interests of the community and our planet at large.

A long-term vision

Our philosophy is that the corporate management team should consistently determine and implement the corporate policy based on a long-term vision of continuity based on clear accountability and results.

Shareholders have voting rights in proportion to the number of shares held: The members of the Board of Management and the Supervisory Board are appointed by the General Shareholders' Meeting on the basis of nominations by the Supervisory Board.

The General Shareholders' Meeting can reject the nominations by an absolute majority of votes, provided this majority represents at least 1/3 of the issued capital.