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Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

Below you will find information related to our Corporate Governance Statement, Articles of Association, Remuneration Policy and the Investor Relations Policy.

Corporate Governance refers to the way a company is governed as well as the interaction between a company’s managerial bodies, its shareholders and other stakeholders. As a Company listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen, NNIT is subject to the Danish Recommendations on Corporate Governance.

Compliance and reporting
NNIT annually reports on its compliance with the Danish Recommendations on Corporate Governance.

Today, NNIT adheres to all but the following two recommendations:

3.4.6 establishing a separate nomination committee The task of nomination committee is handled by the Chairmanship in accordance with the Chairmanship Charter.

Read NNIT's 2020 Corporate Governance Statement

Read NNIT’s 2019 Corporate Governance Statement.

Read NNIT’s 2018 Corporate Governance Statement.

The basis for the corporate governance structure of NNIT include:

Corporate Governance Documentation

  • Articles of Association
  • Remuneration Policy
  • Rules of Procedure of the Board of Directors as well as the Executive Management
  • Competence Profile of the Board of Directors
  • Board Committee charters
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Policy
  • Diversity Policy for Management Levels

The Articles of Association are available here.

It is NNIT’s aim that remuneration should align the interests of the Board of Directors and Executive Management with those of the shareholders, whilst supporting NNIT’s vision and strategy.

The Board of Directors has therefore adopted a Remuneration Policy, including Overall Guidelines on Incentive Pay, which outlines the purpose, process and level of remuneration for the Board of Directors and Executive Management. In general, NNIT offers competitive remuneration in order to attract, retain and motivate qualified individuals.

The Remuneration Policy has been approved by the General Meeting on March 5, 2020 pursuant to section 139 in the Danish Companies Act. Minor adjustments have been approved by the Board of Directors on 24 June 2021.

The Remuneration Committee
The Board established a Remuneration Committee in 2018, which will convene for the first time in 2019. The Remuneration Committee consists of three members, the majority of whom are independent members of the Board of Directors.
The Remuneration Committee is responsible for recommending a remuneration policy, making proposals on remuneration for members of the Board of Directors and Executive Management, and assisting with the preparation of the annual remuneration report. For a detailed view of the committee’s tasks, please refer to the Remuneration Committee Charter. 

The Investor Relations Policy is available here.