Supervisory Board

The function of the Supervisory Board is to monitor the policy of the Executive Board and the affairs of the Delta Lloyd Group and its businesses.

As Delta Lloyd wishes the Supervisory Board to represent the interests of all stakeholders as far as reasonably possible. Three members are, in principle, appointed on the recommendation of the Works Council.

Supervisory Board members


Jean Frijns, chairman
Jean Frijns

Eric Fischer, vice-chairman
Eric Fischer

Jan Haars
Jan Haars

Peter Hartman
Peter Hartman

Fieke van der Lecq
Fieke van der Lecq

Patrick Regan
Patrick Regan

Clara Christina Streit
Clara Christina Streit

Profile

The Supervisory Board adopted a profile in December 2012. This profile contains guidelines on the composition and size of the Supervisory Board. 

By-laws of the Supervisory Board

In December 2012 the by-laws of the Supervisory Board were adopted. 

 

Rotation plan

The rotation plan sets out the dates on which the members of Supervisory Board are due to retire. 

 

Supervisory Board Committees

The Supervisory Board may appoint standing and/or ad hoc Committees from among its members and charge these with tasks specified by the Supervisory Board. The composition of any Committee is determined by the Supervisory Board. At present, the Supervisory Board has an Audit Committee, a Remuneration Committee and a Nomination Committee. The task of these Committees is to prepare the decision-making of the Supervisory Board.

 

Audit Committee

The Audit Committee consists of four members: Jan Haars (chairman), Patrick Regan, Jean Frijns and Fieke van der Lecq. This committee prepares decisions of the Supervisory Board on matters within the remit of the committee, although the plenary Supervisory Board remains collectively responsible for the fulfilment of the duties delegated to the committee. The Audit Committee advises the Supervisory Board on such matters as financial reporting, internal risk management and control systems, the role and functioning of internal auditing, and the application of information and communication technology (ICT). The Audit Committee meets at least four times a year, and at least one of its meetings relates to the closing of the financial year and the preparation of the financial statements and annual report. At the request of the Audit Committee, its meetings may be attended by the chairman of the Executive Board, the CFRO, the external auditor and/or the Director of Internal Audit and/or the Director of Group Integrity and/or the Director of Group Finance & Control.

By-laws Audit Committee

 

Risk Committee

The Risk consist of four members: Jean Frijns (chairman), Jan Haars, Patrick Regan and Fieke van der Lecq. This committee prepares decisions of the Supervisory Board on matters within the remit of the committee, although the plenary Supervisory Board remains collectively responsible for the fulfilment of the duties delegated to the committee. The Risk Committee advises the Supervisory Board on such matters as the financial and non-financial risks of the Company. The Risk Committee meets at least four times a year. At the request of the Risk Committee, its meeting may be attended by the chairman of the Executive Board, the CFRO, the Director of Group Actuarial and Risk Management and/or the Director of Group Integrity.

By-laws Risk Committee

Remuneration Committee

The Remuneration Committee consists of four members: Eric Fischer (Chairman), Jean Frijns, Peter Hartman and Clara Streit. This committee prepares decisions of the Supervisory Board on matters within the remit of the committee, although the plenary Supervisory Board remains collectively responsible for the fulfilment of the duties delegated to the committee. The Remuneration Committee advises the Supervisory Board on such matters as the remuneration policy for members of Executive Board in the year ahead and subsequent years. The Remuneration Committee meets as often as is necessary for its proper functioning, but in any event, twice a year.

By-laws Remuneration Committee

 

Nomination Committee

The Nomination Committee consists of four members: Jean Frijns (chairman), Eric Fischer, Peter Hartman and Clara Streit. This committee prepares decisions of the Supervisory Board on matters within the remit of the committee, subject to the proviso that the plenary board remains collectively responsible for the fulfilment of the duties delegated to the committee. The Nomination Committee advises the Supervisory Board on such matters as the selection criteria and appointment procedures for the members of the Supervisory Board and the Executive Board. The committee assesses the size and composition of the Supervisory and Executive Boards and their functioning at least once a year.

By-laws Nomination Committee
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