03/19/2020 | Corporate Governance at AUDI AG
29 pages, EN
03/19/2020 | Remuneration Report
15 pages, EN
03/19/2020 | Report of the Supervisory Board 2019
5 pages, EN
Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws of AUDI AG (German only)
5 pages, DE
This section contains information on notifiable transactions in financial instruments of AUDI AG (such as shares) by members of the Board of Management or Supervisory Board, or by persons closely associated with them, such as spouses, registered partners and first-degree relatives. Also included are legal entities, other companies or bodies acting on the instructions or in the interest of the aforesaid persons.
A notification obligation arises when the total amount of transactions exceeds the threshold of EUR 5,000 by the end of a calendar year. Transactions by each person must be treated separately for this purpose.
The notification and publication obligation has applied since July 3, 2016 under Article 19 of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR) (prior to July 3, 2016: under Section 15a of the German Securities Trading Act (WpHG)).
There are no current notifications.
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Group Management Declaration
The business operations of the Audi Group are based on the following corporate governance practices, implemented beyond the requirements laid down by law.
The Group Management Declaration pursuant to Section 315d of the German Commercial Code (HGB) in conjunction with Section 289f of the German Commercial Code (HGB) contains both the Declaration of Conformity by the Board of Management and Supervisory Board pursuant to Section 161 of the German Stock Corporation Act (AktG) and disclosures on corporate governance practices. The methods and practices of the Board of Management and Supervisory Board as well as the committees established and gender quotas are also described. In addition, disclosures on the diversity concept for the Board of Management and Supervisory Board are made.
Board of Management,
Supervisory Board and the
Annual General Meeting make up the central executive bodies of AUDI AG.
As an international stock corporation with its registered office in Ingolstadt, AUDI AG is subject to the regulations of German stock corporation law. The Board of Management, Supervisory Board and the Annual General Meeting make up the central executive bodies of AUDI AG. The responsibilities of the individual executive bodies are kept strictly separate from each other in German stock corporation law.
The main relationships between the Board of Management, Supervisory Board and Annual General Meeting of AUDI AG can be seen in the following chart.
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