governance

The Group Compliance Office – under the supervision of the General Counsel, Corporate Affairs and Group Compliance Department – interacts with all corporate departments to ensure that internal rules, processes and corporate activities constantly comply with the applicable regulatory framework and...
The principal areas of risk to which the company might be exposed are illustrated in detail in the section Risks and uncertainties within the Directors’ report on Operations in Volume 1, to which the reader is referred for detailed discussion of these issues.A summary of these risks and...
The current macroeconomic situation, financial market volatility, complex management processes and continuous legislative and regulatory evolution force successful businesses to renew their ability to protect and maximise tangible and intangible sources of value that characterise their own business...
Pirelli has adopted a traditional management and control system. The key features of the Pirelli corporate governance system are: (i) the central role of the Board of Directors, in its capacity as the supreme body in charge of company management; (ii) the central role played by independent...
For Pirelli, sustainable governance means integrating sustainability with the various aspects and ambits of company management. Thus, sustainability represents the adopted management model and translates into the mapping, control and sustainable management of all economic, social and environmental...
An advanced sustainability governance system allows the Group to effectively manage the economic, social and environmental impact of its processes, products and services, with a constant focus on innovation, with the awareness of the role of a multinational group in a global context and in view of...