It is the responsibility of the Supervisory Board to supervise the policy of the Board of Directors and the general developments in Accell Group and its affiliates. In addition, the Supervisory Board provides the Board of Directors with advice and support. In the fulfilment of its duties, the Supervisory Board is guided by the interests of Accell Group and its affiliates. Accordingly, it takes into account the interests of all those involved in Accell Group, as well as the social aspects of entrepreneurship that are relevant to Accell Group. The Supervisory Board receives all the information required for the performance of its duties from the Board of Directors in a timely manner.The Supervisory Board has drawn up regulations which include the distribution of its tasks and its operating methods. The regulations include a section on its interaction with the Board of Directors, the General Meeting of Shareholders and the Works Council. The regulations were most recently amended in a decision of the Supervisory Board dated 21 July 2011. The regulations can be found on the Accell Group website under ‘Corporate Governance’, ‘Supervisory Board’The Supervisory Board comprises at least three members (currently four). The General Meeting appoints the members of the Supervisory Board based on nominations submitted by the Supervisory Board. The General Meeting can reject the nomination with an absolute majority of the votes cast, these representing at least one-third of the issued and paid-up capital. If the nomination is rejected, the Supervisory Board shall draw up a new nomination. In the event that the General Meeting fails to appoint the nominated person and also fails to reject the nomination, the Supervisory Board shall appoint the nominated person. The Supervisory Board announces the recommendations simultaneously to the General Meeting and the Works Council. The General Meeting and the Works Council are entitled to recommend candidates for membership of the Supervisory Board. The Supervisory Board will fill the nominations for one-third of the positions on the Supervisory Board with persons recommended by the Works Council, unless the Supervisory Board objects to said recommendation and provides grounds for same. A member of the Supervisory Board shall retire no later than the date of the first Annual General Meeting held four years after his or her initial appointment to that position and in such instance immediately at the end of said meeting. Members of the Supervisory Board may be appointed to the Supervisory Board for a maximum of three fouryear terms. The members of the Supervisory Board receive a remuneration to be determined by the General Meeting. The Supervisory Board has drawn up a retirement schedule, which is published on the Accell Group website (under ‘Corporate Governance’, ‘Supervisory Board’). The Supervisory Board has appointed from its midst an audit committee comprising Messrs. J. Van den Belt (chairman) and P.B. Ernsting, and a selection/remuneration committee, comprising Messrs. J.H. Menkveld (chairman) and A.J. Pasman. These committees are charged with preparatory activities as part of the decision-making process of the Supervisory Board. In a decision dated 21 July 2011, the Supervisory Board established regulations for the audit committee and the selection/remuneration committee. These regulations can be found on the Accell Group website, under ‘Corporate Governance’, ‘Supervisory Board’ The Supervisory Board has drawn up a profile of its size and composition, taking into account the nature and operations of Accell Group and the desired expertise and background of the members of the Supervisory Board. The profile was most recently revised in a Supervisory Board decision dated 21 July 2011 and is available on the Accell Group website under ‘Corporate Governance’, ‘Supervisory Board’. whatsoever.
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