At Wereldhave, we aim to balance the interests of providers of risk-bearing capital with those of other stakeholders in the company. Matters such as transparency, the adequate provision of forward-looking information and business ethics form part of this philosophy. The company’s business ethics are embedded in the Code of Ethics and the Business Integrity Policy for employees.
Wereldhave is compliant with the Dutch Corporate Governance Code. When deviating from the code, the principle of ‘comply or explain’ is applied.
Complaints about financial reporting, internal risk management, control systems and audits must be submitted to the company secretary, who then informs the Supervisory Board of the complaints. The company secretary is responsible for ensuring complaints are registered correctly. The secretary will then notify the plaintiff that the complaint has been received and give an estimation of when a decision should be expected. The Supervisory Board will notify its decision to the plaintiff within 12 weeks after receiving the complaint.
Wereldhave Governance Charter
Wereldhave Business Integrity Policy
Wereldhave Code of Ethics
Wereldhave Provisions for reporting alleged irregularities
Corporate Governance Code 2016 Reconciliation table
Wereldhave Profile of the Supervisory Board
Wereldhave Policy regarding communication between the company and shareholders
Articles of Association | 26 April 2018