The “German Corporate Governance Code Committee,” formed by the German Federal Minister of Justice in September 2001, passed the German Corporate Governance Code (“DCGK”) on February 26, 2002, and last resolved to make a number of changes on June 6, 2008. The German Corporate Governance Code offers recommendations and suggestions for managing and controlling publicly traded German corporations. More information can be found on the Web site of the “German Corporate Governance Code Committee.”
Manz AG supports transparent communication with investors, financial markets, business partners, employees, and the public, and for this reason places significant importance on complying with the Corporate Governance Code. In accordance with Article 161 of the German Stock Corporation Act, you can download our Compliance Statements here.
In accordance with the German Securities Trading Act, the members of the Managing Board and the Supervisory Board of Manz AG, as well as all related individuals and legal entities, are required to disclose all transactions that involve shares in Manz or financial instruments based on these shares (these transactions are known as “directors’ dealings”). Manz AG is required to publish announcements regarding all directors’ dealings. Here you can find the listing of all previously published directors’ dealings announcements.