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Corporate governance


Our corporate governance structure is designed to best support our business, meet the needs of our stakeholders, and comply with laws and regulations. This section provides an overview of our corporate governance structure and includes information required under the Dutch Corporate Governance Code, as amended and published on 20 December 2022 (the “Code”), the Decree Additional Requirements for Management Reports, the Decree Article 10 EU Takeover Directive, and the Decree Disclosure Non- Financial Information.

Corbion nv (the “company” or “Corbion”) is a Dutch public limited company with its registered office in Amsterdam. It acts as the (indirect) holding company for the Dutch and foreign operating companies of the company. The company’s shares are listed on Euronext Amsterdam. Corbion is an international holding company as described in Section 153, Subsection 3 under b, of Book 2 of the Dutch Civil Code. Therefore, the “large company” regime does not apply to the company.

Corbion’s corporate governance framework is based on the requirements of the Dutch Civil Code, the Code, the company’s Articles of Association, applicable securities laws, and the rules and regulations of Euronext Amsterdam.

The company is organized in a two-tier system, comprising the Board of Management, solely composed of executive directors, and the Supervisory Board, solely composed of non-executive directors. The Supervisory Board supervises the Board of Management and Executive Committee (which includes the Board of Management) and ensures that external experience and knowledge is embedded in the company’s conduct. The two boards are independent of each other and are accountable to the General Meeting of Shareholders of the company (the “General Meeting of Shareholders”).