The aim of Corporate Governance is to develop tools that support effective management, effective supervision, respect for shareholders’ rights and transparent communication between the company and the market.
LPP appreciates the value of the rules of Corporate Governance and their role in strengthening the transparency of listed companies and ensuring a balance between the interests of all capital market entities involved in the operation of companies. Therefore, LPP strives to ensure that these rules are universally applicable in the everyday operations of our company.
According to the Company's Articles of Association, the Board of Directors of LPP SA consists of two to six persons appointed and dismissed by the General Meeting of Shareholders for a period of five years. The Board of Directors consists of: President of the Board of Directors and from one to five Vice Presidents of the Board of Directors. The LPP Board of Directors represents the Company in and out of court.
Supervisory functions at LPP are carried out by a 5-member Supervisory Board. Learn about the current composition of the LPP Supervisory Board and profiles of each of its members.
Contents of notices convening the General Meeting of Shareholders, draft and adopted resolutions, contents of objections to adopted resolutions, specimens of powers of attorney and resolutions of the Supervisory Board.
Our set of Good Practices is the result of the work of experts who are members of the WSE’s Corporate Governance Consultative Committee, representing the interests of various groups of capital market participants. The set of our Good Practices and Corporate Documents is available below.
The Code of “Best Practice for WSE Listed Companies 2021” was established on the initiative of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, and the purpose of the code is to strengthen the transparency of listed companies, improve the quality of communication between companies and investors, as well as strengthen the protection of shareholders’ rights.
Basic corporate documents, i.e. the Company's Articles of Association, the Regulations of the Board of Directors, the Regulations of the Supervisory Board and the Regulations of the General Meeting of Shareholders.