BPCE - 2019 Universal Registration Document
REPORT ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
RULES AND PRINCIPLES GOVERNING THE DETERMINATION OF PAY AND BENEFITS
Corporate officer pay policy for fiscal year 2020 3.5.2
The pay policy described below was defined by the Supervisory Board on February 6, 2020, based on a motion by the Remuneration Committee. This policy sets the principles and criteria for determining, distributing and granting the fixed, variable and non-recurring items making up the total pay and benefits of any kind that may be granted to members of the Management Committee for the 2020 fiscal year. The Chairman of the Management Board is paid solely in respect of his corporate office. The other members of the Management Board, except the Chief Executive Officer of Natixis, receive an employment contract. Their pay is divided 90%/10% respectively between the employment contract and corporate office. Given his duties as Chief Executive Officer of Natixis, the member of the BPCE Management Board who is also CEO of
Natixis is paid solely for his corporate office at Natixis. As such, he does not collect any pay from BPCE. The principles and rules for determining their pay and other benefits granted in respect of their office and employment contract are approved by the Supervisory Board based on a motion by the Remuneration Committee. The terms and conditions of payment of annual variable pay granted to Management Board Members comply with the Group standard on risk takers, which deploys - at Group level – the regulatory provisions governing the pay granted to persons whose professional activities have a material impact on the corporate risk profile as set out by the European CRD IV Directive of June 26, 2013, its enactment into French law in the French Monetary and Financial Code by the Ordinance of February 20, 2014, and by the Ministerial Decree and Order of November 3, 2014.
UNIVERSAL REGISTRATION DOCUMENT 2019 | GROUPE BPCE
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