Transactions with Related Parties
The purpose of the procedure is to define rules, modalities and principles aimed at ensuring the transparency and substantive and procedural fairness of Related Party Transactions executed by the Issuer, directly or through subsidiaries.
The primary intent of this procedure is to strengthen the protection of minority shareholders and other stakeholders, preventing any abuses that could arise from transactions executed between related parties, ensuring the substantive and procedural fairness of the transactions in question.
For the purpose of performing the tasks and functions set forth in the Regulation, the Board of Directors established an internal Committee for Related Party Transactions comprised of four independent Directors.
Internal Dealing Code of Conduct
The Code is aimed at regulating disclosure obligations with which "Relevant Persons" and their "Close Associates" must comply with respect to the Issuer for "Relevant Transactions" pertaining to "Shares" or negotiable instruments of Salini Impregilo, or again derivatives or other financial tools linked to them, as well as at regulating any obligations of Relevant Persons and Salini Impregilo towards Consob and the Market linked to the aforementioned Relevant Transactions.
Procedure for Managing Inside and Relevant Information and their relative Registers
The procedure aims at regulating the process for identifying, assessing, managing and treating Inside Information, as defined within regulations, and Relevant ones, concerning Salini Impregilo S.p.A., and the methods for keeping Registers concerning those who have access.
Regulations for Shareholders' Meetings
The rules governing the Shareholders’ Meeting of Salini Impregilo S.p.A., prepared in accordance with the guidelines recommended by Assonime (the Association of Italian Corporate Entities), are aimed at ensuring the orderly functioning of the Meeting, while guaranteeing the fundamental right of each shareholder to ask questions about the issues being discussed, express his or her opinion and submit motions.