ORIOR makes every endeavour to attract and retain talented, qualified and motivated executives and specialists. These endeavours are supported by a fair compensation system designed to match the levels of compensation offered by comparable corporations. With a view to facilitating sustainable corporate growth, due allowance is made for short-, medium- and long-term aspects.
This Compensation Report gives an overview of compensation paid to and, where applicable, loans granted to present and former members of the Board of Directors and the Management Board, and also of their holdings of shares in the Company. It also provides information on the compensation system and the basic principles of compensation, powers and duties, and the procedures for setting and approving compensation levels. This combination of quantitative and qualitative elements is designed to efficiently inform shareholders. The auditors examine the quantitative data only.
This report is based on the guiding principles given in the Swiss Code of Best Practice for Corporate Governance (2016). The information on compensation paid to the Board of Directors and the Management Board is also in accordance with IFRS Accounting Standards, Swiss law, the Ordinance Against Excessive Compensation in Public Corporations (OAEC), the SIX Directive Corporate Governance (DCG), and the Company’s Articles of Association.
The principles of the Company’s compensation policy, the various elements of compensation and the approval process for determining compensation awards for the members of the Board of Directors and the Management Board are set out in the Articles of Association.