Law in the Netherlands calls for a two-tier structure. This means Polyscope’s leadership is accountable for its performance to an independent Supervisory Board. This Board must be independent. This means Board members can neither be management members nor employees.
Role and responsibilities
Separately and independently, Polyscope’s Supervisory Board supervises and advises management in performing its tasks. Major decisions and Polyscope strategy are discussed with, and approved by, the Supervisory Board. Its activities are detailed in a yearly published report.
Acting in the interests of the company and its investors, the Supervisory Board is also responsible for monitoring and setting the direction of our business.
This includes among others:
• important financial parameters and financial reporting
• operational and financial objectives
• compliancy with applicable regulations and laws
• corporate strategy and risk management
• independent voice and viewpoint
Members Supervisory Board