Remuneration of Group Management Team
The remuneration paid to the members of the Group Management Team consists of a fixed monthly salary, fringe benefits, possibly an annual bonus paid on the basis of the company’s results and personal performance as well as the long-term share-based incentive schemes for the key employees in the company.
In addition to their fixed monthly salaries the other members of the Group Management Team may receive annual bonus, the amount of which is determined by the board based on the extent to which the annual result targets have been reached. The maximum annual bonus corresponds 40% of the Group Management Team member’s base annual salary.
In addition, the Group Management Team members participate in the share-based incentive schemes, as described below, and may receive based on those remuneration schemes Technopolis Plc shares as follows:
- based on earning periods 2016–2018 and 2017–2019 of the Performance Share Plan 2016–2020, the maximum amount of shares potentially payable under the Plan is 135,593 shares (the original maximum amount of shares under the ongoing earning periods was 118,000 shares), and
- based on earning period 2018 of the Performance Share Plan 2018–2020 the amount of shares that shall consist of the net number of shares remaining after deduction of a the amount of a cash proportion that is required for covering the taxes due to the confirmed reward. The reward, including the cash portion, may equal the value of a maximum of 40,000 shares for the earning period 2018.
The maximum amounts of Performance Share Plan 2016–2020 are based on a revision accepted by the Board of Directors of Technopolis in order to note and eliminate the dilution of the Plans resulting from the rights issues implemented by Technopolis in 2013 and in 2016.
The pension and retirement age for the members of the Group Management Team are determined in accordance with the applicable legislation in force regarding pension. The members of the Group Management Team do not have any individual pension arrangements.
Last updated 11.7.2018