Our management boards
and their members
The SFPI is governed by a Board of Directors and an Executive Committee.
The SFPI Board of directors has established three specialized advisory committees: an Audit Committee, a Compensation Committee and a Strategy Committee.
Meet the members of our Board of directors
and the committees they serve on.
The board of directors.
The composition of the SFPI’s Board of Directors is also set to bring together a sufficient number of complementary and varied profiles in terms of age, gender, academic background, professional experience and language balance.
The Strategic Committee
The Strategy Committee has been constituted in accordance with Article 3bis, §15 of the 1962 Law.
The Strategy Committee consists of four members: the Chairman, the two Vice Chairmen and the Managing Director. The Strategy Committee is chaired by the Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The Audit Committee
The Audit Committee has been set up in accordance with Article 3bis, §17 of the 1962 Law.
The Audit Committee consists of four members, at least one of whom is an independent director, appointed by the Board of Directors from among its members on the basis of their competence and experience in financial matters. The Audit Committee is chaired by an independent director.
The Compensation Committee has been established in accordance with
Article 3bis, §17 of the 1962 Law.
The Remuneration Committee consists of four members, appointed by the Board of Directors from among its members, two of whom are independent directors.
The Board of Directors reviews and adapts the Corporate Governance Charter according to the needs and evolution of the company’s activities.
The Board of Directors has adopted a Corporate Governance Charter, which includes rules of procedure for the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee and the specialized advisory committees. It was amended on September 29, 2020 and for the last time on March 9, 2021. It is available on the SFPI website.
The Board of Directors reviews and adapts the Corporate Governance Charter according to the needs and evolution of the company’s activities, while respecting the legal, regulatory and statutory provisions applicable to the SFPI, as well as the special rules and conditions laid down in the management contract between the Belgian State and the SFPI.
Ethical & deontological code.
SFPI is a socially responsible company.
The Ethical and Deontological Code reflects the fundamental ethical and deontological principles that guide SFPI’s actions and govern its governance, and sets out the rules of behavior that each individual must respect in the context of his or her role at SFPI.
Our CSR approach.
Ambition in terms of
The company considers that taking into account societal and governance issues makes an important contribution to economic progress. SFPI’s desire to integrate social concerns into its activities is reflected in its investment and investment management activities, as well as in its own organization.