How Supervisory Board communication supports corporate risk mitigation

Growing “say-on-pay“ discussion due to tight legislative framework

Legislation on external communication by Supervisory Boards in the dualistic German system is regarded as relatively tight. Still, international and institutional investors increasingly strive for direct contact to Supervisory Boards, as commonly practiced in the Anglo-Saxon and French markets. What are the implications for German businesses? And how should German companies face this new demand for access and communication?