Our Management and Supervisory Boards drive our business, guided by the interests of our stakeholders and the needs of our customers.
The Management Board has five members and is responsible for achieving Atradius' aims, strategy, policy and results. It has a legal duty to be guided by the interests of Atradius and the businesses connected to it.
The General Meeting has the authority to appoint a Management Board member on the recommendation of the Remuneration, Selection and Appointment Committee of the Supervisory Board.
The Supervisory Board has ten members and is responsible for monitoring and guiding the general affairs of Atradius and the policy of the Management Board. Like the Management Board, it is guided by the interests of Atradius and the businesses connected to it.
The Supervisory Board includes:
Ignacio Álvarez, Chairman
Francisco Arregui, Vice Chairman
Désirée van Gorp
José María Sunyer
Supervisory Board Committees
The Supervisory Board has two committees: the Audit Committee and the Remuneration, Selection and Appointment Committee.
The Audit Committee supports the Supervisory Board in fulfilling its financial supervisory and monitoring duties. It oversees the integrity of the Atradius’ financial statements, the external auditor’s qualifications and the performance of internal and external auditors. The Audit Committee monitors the financial reporting process within Atradius and the system of internal controls. It also facilitates ongoing communication between the external auditor, the Management Board, the internal audit department and the Supervisory Board on issues concerning Atradius’ financial position and financial affairs.
Remuneration, Selection and Appointment Committee
The Remuneration, Selection and Appointment Committee supports the Supervisory Board in fulfilling its governance supervisory and monitoring duties. It initiates proposals for the appointment of members of the Management Board and the Supervisory Board, the Remuneration Policy, the remuneration of senior management and other corporate governance matters.