Board of Directors
Transparency & Responsibility
INTRACOM HOLDINGS adopts modern corporate governance principles, and adheres to a system of laws, rules, procedures and best practices for company management and control in accordance with applicable Greek legislation and international best practices. Our corporate governance policies seek to safeguard shareholders’ rights and the interests of all stakeholders, in a transparent manner, to take responsible decisions, to have effective internal and accounting audits, to suitably manage financial risk and to provide timely, proper information to all stakeholders.
The corporate governance policies we have put in place reflect our unwavering focus on rules of ethics and responsibility which govern how our executives take decisions, to ensure not just the company’s sustainable development but also the interests of shareholders and all stakeholders over the long term. The Company has voluntarily adopted the Hellenic Corporate Governance Code for listed companies which was prepared by the Hellenic Corporate Governance Council.
Board of Directors
The BOD of Intracom Holdings is the custodian of the corporate governance principles.
The members of the Board of Directors are elected by the General Meeting of Shareholders in the Company to serve for a period of 4 years, which may be extended until the end of the deadline within which the next Ordinary General Meeting must convene, and until a decision to that effect is taken.
Members of the Board of Directors may be re-elected and may be freely removed.
The current Board of Directors, elected by the General Meeting on 30/6/2021 and officially re-established on 2/3/2022, consists of 9 members, 2 of whom are executive and 7 non-executive members. Of the non-executive members, three (3) are independent within the meaning of Law 4706/2020, as currently in force.
The term in office of that Board of Directors is 4 years, that is, until 30/6/2025, which shall be extended after its expiry until the end of the deadline within which the next Ordinary General Meeting must convene, and until a decision is taken.