Board of Directors: information

Board meetings attendance

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2020 Download
2019 Download
2018 Download
2017 Download

 

External offices of the members of the Board (only in Dutch)

  informatie
31-12-2020 Download
31-12-2019 Download
31-12-2018 Download
31-12-2017 Download
31-12-2016 Download
31-12-2015 Download
31-12-2014 Download
31-12-2013 Download
31-12-2012 Download
31-12-2011 Download
31-12-2010 Download

 

Special reports of the Board (only in Dutch)

  Report of the Board Related Auditors’report
12-11-2020 Download Download
14-11-2019 Download Download
15-11-2018 Download Download
15-11-2017 Download Download
16-11-2016 Download Download
13-11-2015 Download Download
12-11-2014 Download Download
13-11-2013 Download Download
18-03-2013 Download -
9-12-2012 Download Download
7-11-2012 Download Download
22-09-2011 Download Download
24-03-2011 Download -
9-11-2010 Download Download
25-03-2010 Download Download
12-11-2009 Download -
26-03-2009 Download -
5-11-2008 Download -
8-11-2007 Download -
22-03-2007 Download -

 

Compensation Report (Key Identified Staff)

Report dd  
31-12-2020 Download
31-12-2019 Download
31-12-2018 Download
31-12-2017 Download
31-12-2016 Download
31-12-2015 Download
31-12-2014 Download
31-12-2013 Download

Remuneration Policy

The KBC Group Remuneration Policy is a framework for a sound remuneration practice within KBC Group worldwide in line with the corporate sustainability strategy and considering the European and different national legislations aiming sustainability (including article 5 of the Disclosure Regulation). 
The KBC Group Remuneration Policy aims to ensure consistency with and to promote sound and effective risk management (e.g. “sustainability” is a specific parameter for the evaluation of KBC Senior Management).
Furthermore, the KBC Group Remuneration Policy aims to prevent incentives for excessive risk taking and ensures that the payment of variable remuneration is aligned with the long-term interests of KBC Group (e.g. Variable remuneration should not induce risk-taking in excess of the risk appetite of the different entities of the KBC Group and where relevant, be based on risk- and liquidity-adjusted profit, not on gross revenues. Additionally, ex ante and ex post risk adjustments to variable remuneration are possible in order to guarantee the sustainability strategy).  
In order to comply with the Belgian company Code a specific Remuneration Policy for the members of the Board of Directors and the members of the Executive Committee has been approved by the General Meeting of Shareholders.  This policy (incl. the result of the vote) is made available in the table below.

Report dd 6 May 2021  
KBC Group Remuneration policy for the Supervisory Board and the members of the Executive Committee Download

Other information

Last update: 26-08-2021

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