The Executive Board is charged with managing the company, which means, inter alia, that it is responsible for determining the company’s mission, vision, strategy, policy, and objectives and for achieving those objectives. The Executive Board is guided in the performance of its duties by the interests and continuity of the company and the undertakings connected with it and makes a balanced assessment of the interests of all relevant stakeholders, including our tenants, financiers, shareholders, employees, and the society at large.
Reinier Walta is the single member of the Executive Board.
Read the resume of Reinier Walta here.
Governance of Executive Board
The members of the Executive Board are appointed by the General Meeting from a binding nomination to be drawn up by the Supervisory Board.
The Executive Board Regulations have been adopted by the Executive Board with the approval of the Supervisory Board and include, amongst other things, rules on the Executive Board’s functioning and internal organisation and the rules governing the committees of the Executive Board, as well as the Regulations of the Executive Committee.
Read the Executive Board and Executive Committee Regulations here.
The Executive Board has installed one Committee:
The principal role of the Disclosure Committee is to advise and assist the Executive Board in ensuring that adequate procedures, systems, and controls are maintained to enable the company to fully comply with its obligations regarding the timely and accurate identification and disclosure of all information to meet the legal and regulatory obligations and requirements arising under the Dutch Financial Supervision Act, the EU Market Abuse Regulation, and the requirements of Euronext Amsterdam.
Read the Disclosure Committee Regulations here