Corporate Governance

The trust of investors, employees, customers and the public in LEG Immobilien SE is gained and maintained by responsible and value-based management and control of the company geared to long-term business success. Respecting the interests of shareholders and employees, transparency and responsibility in busi­ness decisions and the appropriate handling of risk are therefore core elements of our corporate gover­nance and the basis for the work of the Supervisory Board, the Management Board and the employees of LEG Immobilien SE.




Corporate Governance Code/ Compliance Statement

Corporate Governance Code

The company currently complies with the recommendations in the German Corporate Governance Code to the extent described in the following statement.

 

Follow the link to obtain a current version of the Code in English

http://www.dcgk.de/en/code.html

 

 


Directors' Dealings / Shareholdings

NameFunctionShareholding
Lars von Lackum1Management Board4.129
Susanne Schröter-Crossan1Management Board227
Volker Wiegel2Management Board1.039
Michael Zimmer1Supervisory Board47.763
Dr. Johannes Ludewig1Supervisory Board1.051
Dr. Jochen Scharpe1Supervisory Board3.000
Martin Wiesmann1Supervisory Board300

1 LEG-Shares held at August 31, 2021

2 LEG-Shares held at September 14, 2021

  

 

 


Auditor

PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft (formerly PricewaterhouseCoopers Aktiengesellschaft Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft) has been auditor of LEG since 2008. The responsible auditors are Mr. Kieper (auditor of LEG since 2015) and Mr. Flür (auditor of LEG since 2013).

 


Statutes

The current version of the statutes of LEG Immobilien SE (06/21/2021) can be downloaded here.


Corporate Governance Declaration acc. to Section 289f HGB and § 315d HGB

As a listed stock corporation, LEG Immobilien SE issues a corporate governance declaration in accordance with section 289f and 315d of the German Commercial Code (HGB). This includes (i) the declaration of compli­ance in accordance with section 161(1) of the German Stock Corporation Act (AktG), (ii) relevant information on corporate governance practices exceeding statutory requirements, (iii) a description of the working methods of the Management Board and the Supervisory Board plus the composition and working methods of their committees, (iv) targets for the participation of women in managerial positions and (v) a description of the di­versity concept.