Nomination Committee

A body created by the Board of Directors with the power to provide information, advice, and make proposals within its scope of action.


Independent Directors


Other Non-Executive Directors


In accordance with the applicable rules, the Nomination Committee consists of at least three External Directors, the majority of which must be Independent. Its members are appointed by the Board of Directors for a period of four years by taking into account the expertise, skills, and experience of the Directors and the duties of the Committee.



The responsibilities of this Committee include, among others, submitting proposals and reporting to the Board of Directors on the selection, appointment, re-election, and removal of Directors; establishing a representation target for the less well-represented gender and preparing guidelines on how to reach this target; reporting to the Board on compliance by its members with the corporate governance principles and other obligations, related party transactions, and the proposed appointment and removal of Senior Managers.