Corporate Governance & Compensation Report
Corporate governance at the dormakaba Group complies largely with the principles and recommendations of the Swiss Code of Best Practice for Corporate Governance dated 25 March 2002 and 6 September 2007. However, because of its shareholder structure and size, the dormakaba Group has adopted changes and simplifications to the Code.
The principles and rules on corporate governance at the dormakaba Group are laid down in the Articles of Incorporation, the Organizational Regulations and the regulations of the Board of Directors’ committees.
The Corporate Governance Report is compiled and published once a year as part of the Annual Report. Information on remuneration is compiled in a separate Compensation Report as from 2013. Both are available for download.
Modern Slavery Act
This statement is made pursuant to Section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 in the United Kingdom. We are fully aware of the importance of the Modern Slavery Act and highly appreciate this valuable approach to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from all areas of life. dormakaba Holding AG is fully committed to uphold the principles of and adherence to international conventions, laws and our internal rules and regulations. Our core values and principles are defined in our dormakaba Code of Conduct, covering human rights, forced, compulsory and child labor, environmental responsibility and ethical behavior. For further information on the processes that we have in place, please see the websites of our subsidiaries in the United Kingdom.