Committees

Audit Committee 

The Audit Committee is in charge of examining the annual financial statements, the management report and the proposal on the appropriation of profits. It also monitors the process to select the company’s auditor and issues its recommendation to the Supervisory Board and the Annual General Meeting.

Committee members: Andreas Gerstenmayer (Chairman / Financial Expert), Yen Yen Tan, Brigitte Ederer, Wolfgang Koren and Michael Krainz


Nomination Committee

The Nomination Committee is responsible for preparing proposals to the Supervisory Board to appoint executive members to the Management Board and strategies for succession planning. In addition, the shareholder representatives of the committee prepare proposals to the Annual General Meeting to elect new members to the Supervisory Board.

Committee members: Margarete Haase (Chairwoman), Andreas Mattes, Monika Henzinger, Arunjai Mittal, Wolfgang Koren and Patrick Reinisch
 

Remuneration Committee 

The Remuneration Committee is responsible for preparing the remuneration policy and negotiates as well as monitors the contractual relationship between the company and the members of the Management Board. It sets the compliance standards for the management and supports the SB to pass its resolutions on the appointment and dismissal of members of the Management Board and is in charge of the respective documentation.

Committee members: Margarete Haase (Chairwoman), Andreas Mattes



Technology Committee

The Technology Committee is responsible for reviewing and assessing the company's technological strategy and evaluating the achievement of short- and long-term R&D goals and the associated economic results.

Committee members: Kin Wah Loh (Chairman / Techology expert), Andreas Mattes (Technology expert), Monika Henzinger, Nadine Raidl and Wolfgang Koren



Long Term Incentive Plan Committee     

The Long-Term Incentive Plan Committee (the “LTIP Committee”) is responsible for preparing the general policy and parameters of the long-term incentive plan (the “LTIP”) of the ams OSRAM Group for final decision by the Supervisory Board and the Annual General Meeting to the extent required by law.

Committee members: Margarete Haase (Chairwoman), Andreas Mattes, Michael Krainz

 

ESG Committee

The ESG Committee is responsible for monitoring the development and implementation of the company’s ESG strategy, the integration of ESG in the company strategy and its risk management. The committee also monitors respective ESG priority-setting, including but not limited to the definition of ESG related “Key Performance Indicators” (KPIs) and related targets, as well as the periodic measurement of target achievements.

Committee members: Brigitte Ederer (Chairwoman), Yen Yen Tan, Andreas Gerstenmayer and Nadine Raidl

 

Finance Committee

The finance committee is responsible for monitoring and advising of the Management Board in all financing matters of the Group, in particular regarding borrowing, loans, and advances, including the issue of any senior and/or hybrid notes and other equity-linked instruments or measures to change the equity of the Company; the granting of loans to and the assumption of liabilities by the Group outside of the ordinary management of liquidity and financing within the Group; concepts concerning the capitalization of Group companies and shareholdings and the system of liquidity management within the Group, and concepts concerning the securing of financial risks by hedging transactions or similar mechanisms. 

Committee members: Margarete Haase (Chairperson), Andreas Gerstenmayer, Andreas Mattes, Michael Krainz, and Wolfgang Koren