Chairman of the Delegated Executive Committee
Miguel Ángel López graduated from the Berufsakademie Mannheim (Germany) with a degree in Business Administration. He has developed his professional career holding the post as Chief Financial Officer within VDO AG and the Siemens Group. Currently he holds the position of Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens, S.A. (Spain).
Member of the Delegated Executive Committee
Dr.-Ing. Jochen Eickholt studied Electrical Engineering (Diplom-Ingenieur) at the RWTH Aachen University (Germany) and at the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine in London (UK), and he has a Doctorate (Doctor of Engineering) at the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (IPT) in Aachen (Germany). He has hold several top management positions in the Siemens Group and until February 2022 he held the position as member of the Managing Boards of Siemens Energy AG and of Siemens Energy Management GmbH, and as responsible for the Generation and Industrial Applications businesses and for Asia-Pacific and China.
Degree in Mechanical Engineering (Diplom-Ingenieur) from the Leibniz University Hannover (Germany) and the University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, United Kingdom), and Doctorate (Doctor of Engineering) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Zurich (ETH) (Switzerland). Currently he holds the positions as President, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Sustainability Officer of Siemens Energy AG, and President and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Energy Management GmbH.
Member of the Delegated Executive Committee
Degree in Chemical Engineering from São Paulo University (Escola Politecnica) (Brazil) and a Master on Business Administration with majors in Finance and Operations Management in the New York University (Leonard N. Stern School of Business) (USA). Currently he holds the position as General Manager of Siemens Energy Brazil, Senior Vice President for the Latin America Hub of Siemens Energy, Latam VP of Industrial Applications Division and Chairman of the Regional Board of Siemens Gamesa (Windpower).
Member of the Delegated Executive Committee, member of the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee and Chairman of the Appointments and Remunerations Committee
Rudolf Krämmer is graduated in Business Administration by the University of Munich (Germany) and tax advisor (Steuerberater) and registered accountant (Wirtschaftsprüfer) for 25 years in Germany. He has developed his professional career for over 25 years in Arthur Andersen, Andersen Consulting and Ernst&Young.
Member of the Appointments and Remuneration Committee
Mariel von Schumann graduated from the ICHEC University of Brussels (Belgium) with a degree in Economics and Business Administration and Management, and has a Masters in International Business Administration and Management from ESCP Europe. She held different posts in Siemens AG, among others, as Chief of Staff and Head of Governance & Markets.
Member of Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee
Gloria Hernández studied at the Complutense University of Madrid, where she obtained a degree in Economic Sciences with a specialty in Economic Theory. Until January 2019 she was General Director of Finance and Capital Markets in Bankinter.
Chairman of the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee and Member of the Appointments and Remunerations Committee
Harald von Heynitz graduated from the University of Munich (Germany) with a degree in Business Administration, he is admitted since 25 years as tax consultant (Steuerberater) and certified public accountant (Wirtschaftsprüfer) in Germany. He has developed his professional career in KPMG for 33 years and currently is registered in own practice.
Member of the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Commmittee
Maria Ferraro holds a degree in Accounting from Brock University (Canada) and she is also a certified accountant by the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. She has hold several top management positions in the Siemens Group and currently holds the position as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Siemens Energy AG.
Member of the Appointments and Remunerations Committee
Francisco Belil has an Engineering degree from the Universidad Politécnica in Barcelona (Spain). He has developed most part of his professional career in the Bayer Group and he also worked for the Siemens Group in Spain. Currently he is a member of the Board of Directors and Advisory Committees of several non-profit organizations and business associations.
Secretary non-member of the Delegated Executive Committee and of the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee
Juan Antonio García has a Law degree from the University of Deusto (Spain) and LLM from the Instituto de Empresa (IE). He developed his career at PwC and Clifford Chance and now serves as Deputy General Secretary in Siemens Gamesa. He is also Legal Counsel (Letrado Asesor) of the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors is supported by a Delegated Executive Committee and two specialized committees such as the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee and the Appointments and Remunerations Committee, and each Committee has specified responsibilities.
The Delegated Executive Committee has been delegated part of the powers of the Board of Directors, excluding amongst other those which may not be legally delegated or the ones that cannot be delegated under the provisions of the Bylaws and of the Regulations of the Board of Directors.
Regulations for the General Meeting of Shareholders
Regulations of the Board of Directors
Regulations of the Delegated Executive Committee
Regulations of the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee
Regulations of the Appointments and Remunerations Committee
Internal Regulations for Conduct in the Securities Markets
Business Conduct Guidelines
Corporate governance policy
Policy on communication of economic-financial, non-financial and corporate information via media, social media or other channels and regarding contacts and relations with shareholders, institutional investors and proxy advisors
Shareholder remuneration policy
Policy for the definition and coordination of the Siemens Gamesa Group and foundations of corporate organisation
Board of Directors diversity and director selection policy
Policy of remuneration of directors 2022-2024
Top management bylaws
Statutory auditor hiring policy
Crime prevention and anti-fraud policy
Corporate tax policy
Investment and finance policy
Policy regarding related party transactions with directors, significant shareholders and other related persons
Annual report on the application of the "Policy on communication of economic-financial, non-financial and corporate information via media, social media or other channels and regarding contacts and relations with shareholders, institutional investors and proxy advisors" in financial year 2021
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2020
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2019
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2018
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2017
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2016
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2015
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2014
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2013
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2012
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2011
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2010
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2009
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2008
Annual Corporate Governance Report 2007
2021 Annual Report about remuneration
2020 Annual Report about remuneration
2019 Annual Report about remuneration
2018 Annual Report about remuneration
2017 Annual Report about remuneration
2016 Annual Report about remuneration
2015 Annual Report about remuneration
2014 Annual Report about remuneration
2013 Annual Report about remuneration
2012 Annual Report about remuneration
2011 Annual Report about remuneration