Other data & reports

 

Participation of women and men in the company’s governing bodies

  • at the end of 2020
    on the Management Board sat 2 people (men)
    on the Supervisory Board sat 7 people (men).
  • at the end of 2019
    on the Management Board sat 2 people (men)
    on the Supervisory Board sat 7 people (men).
  • at the end of 2018
    on the Management Board sat 2 people (men)
    on the Supervisory Board sat 7 people (men).
  • at the end of 2017
    on the Management Board sat 2 people (men)
    on the Supervisory Board sat 6 people, including 1 woman.
  • at the end of 2016
    on the Management Board sat 2 people (men)
    on the Supervisory Board sat 6 people, including 1 woman.
  • at the end of 2015
    on the Management Board sat 2 people (men)
    on the Supervisory Board sat 6 people, including 1 woman.
  • at the end of 2014
    on the Management Board sat 3 people (men)
    on the Supervisory Board sat 5 people, including 1 woman.

 

Division of tasks between members of the Management Board

  • President of the Board, General Director
    implementation of the Company’s strategy, including planning, coordinating and supervising the main functions of the Company
    monitoring the implementation of strategic and operational goals of the Company and presenting the assessment of the achievement of these goals to the Supervisory Board and the General Meeting of Shareholders; The company’s quality policy
    technology development and research and development activities
    supervision over the Company’s sales and marketing activities, development of the markets on which the Company operates
  • Member of the Board, Chief Financial Officer
    financial and credit policy of the Company
    administration
    internal control system
    enterprise accounting and management reporting
    Investor Relations
    functioning of legal services
    organization of the General Meeting of Shareholders; trading in securities
    HR management
    obtaining and accounting for domestic and EU funding

 

Information on the diversity policy

 

The Company has not developed a formal diversity policy in relation to the Company’s governing bodies and its key managers, but the Company’s human resources policy in all processes, in particular recruitment, evaluation of work results, promotion, and professional development, takes into account such elements of diversity as gender, education, age, and professional experience, recognizing the diversity and equal opportunities as significant competitive advantages that allow gaining and retaining talented employees and using their full professional potential.