Corporate Governance Siemens Gamesa

Corporate Governance

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Our strong corporate governance strategy is informed by a commitment to transparency and managerial excellence, and is rooted in ethical business practices, safeguarding the interest of our stakeholders.
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Our board of directors
Chairman (Proprietary)

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).

Chief Executive Officer (Executive)
Dr. Tacke has a Mechanical Engineering Degree from the Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany), Master Degree of Engineering by Cornell University (USA) and a PhD by the Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany). He joined Siemens in 1998, and until April 2017 was CEO of Siemens Division Wind Power and Renewables.
Board Member (Proprietary)

Tim Oliver Holt holds a degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Technical University in Berlin (Germany), and MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management (U.S.). He has hold several top management positions in the Siemens Group and currently holds the position as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Siemens Gas & Power

Board Member (Proprietary)

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 is currently member of the Board of Directors or Siemens India and the Siemens Foundation (Siemens Stiftung).

Board Member (Independent)

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.

Board member (independent)

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.

Board Member (Proprietary)

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.

Board Member (Proprietary)

Dr. Hoffmann has a Law and Doctor Degree in law by the University of Frankfurt (Germany) and a Master of International Law by the University of Miami (U.S.). Since 2008 he has developed his career in Siemens AG and currently he is General Counsel and Head of Legal and Compliance in Siemens AG.

Board Member (Independent)

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 carrer for over 25 years in Arthur Andersen, Andersen Consulting and Ernst&Young.  


Board Member (Independent)

Member of the Appointments and Remunerations Committee

Klaus Rosenfeld graduated in Business Administration from the University of Münster (Germany). His professional career began at Dresdner Bank and he later joined the Schaeffler Group as CFO. Currently he is the Chief Executive Officer of Schaeffler AG.


Secretary of the Board (Non-Member)
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 Secretary of the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee, and Legal Counsel (Letrado Asesor).
Committees of the Board
The Board is supported by expert committees such as the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee and the
Appointments and Remunerations Committee, each of which has specified responsibilities.
Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee
The duties of the Audit, Compliance and Related Party Transactions Committee include oversight of the company’s internal audit, reviewing the internal control systems for drawing up economic and financial information, and auditing accounts and compliance.

Appointmens and Remunerations Committee
The primary functions of Appointments and Remunerations Committee are to oversee the composition and functioning, as well as the remuneration, of the company’s Board of Directors and of the Senior Management.
Corporate governance documentation
By-Laws (last registration in the Commercial Registry on July 18, 2017)
In the present section is to include, for such purposes as may be applicable, the information required by Circular 3/2015 of June 23, issued by the National Securities Market Commission, in connection with private shareholder’s agreements made by shareholders of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, S.A. (anteriormente denominada Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica, S.A.)

2020 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders
 

 

Siemens Gamesa has approved to temporarily postpone its 2020 Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders, which was called at the first call on 26 March 2020, in Bilbao.

Previous Shareholder Meetings

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