CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AT BLG LOGISTICS
Corporate governance covers the whole system of managing and supervision of a company including organization of the company, its business principles and guidelines as well as the system of internal and external mechanisms of controlling and supervising. Corporate governance provides a structure for managing and controlling a company in accordance with the principles of the social market economy as well as sustainable value creation.
In this corporate governance statement pursuant to Section 289a of the German Commercial Code, we present the main elements of the corporate governance structures of BREMER LAGERHAUS-GESELLSCHAFT -Aktiengesellschaft von 1877-:
Declaration of Conformity of the Board of Management and the Supervisory Board
Essential management procedures which go beyond legal requirements
Structure and approach of the Board of Management and the Supervisory Board
The German Stock Corporation Law requires public limited companies to have statutes (articles of incorporation). Click below for the current version of the statutes of BREMER LAGERHAUS-GESELLSCHAFT –Aktiengesellschaft von 187–.
In accordance with Article 19 (1) of the Market Abuse Regulation, persons discharging managerial responsibilities, as well as persons closely associated with them, must notify the issuer and the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (Federal Financial Supervisory Authority) (BaFin) of every transaction conducted on their own account relating to the shares or debt instruments of that issuer (or other financial instruments linked thereto).
Any transactions once a total transaction volume of EUR 5,000 has been reached within a calendar year must be reported. The transactions of each person must be considered separately.
BLG LOGISTICS publishes notifications of such transactions on this website in accordance with Art. 19 (1) of the Market Abuse Regulation.