Board of Directors
The Board of Directors has the overall responsibility for Banque Havilland S.A. and its UK branch.
It defines, monitors and carries responsibility for the establishment of a solid central administration and the internal governance framework.
As part of its role, the Board of Directors is responsible for setting and overseeing the business and risk strategy including the risk appetite and the risk management framework.
The Board of Directors is assisted by two specialised committees:
- Group Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee
- Group Nomination & Remuneration Committee
The Group Nomination & Remuneration Committee assists the Board of Directors in the field of the assessment and appointment of members of the management body and key functions, review of remuneration policies and process, remuneration and incentives decision, adoption and monitoring of key policies in the field of human resources, follow-up of training plans, talent management and succession plans, and other matters linked to human resources.
The Group Nomination & Remuneration Committee is composed of three non-executive Board Members, with a majority of independent Board Members.
The Group Nomination & Remuneration Committee met 3 times in 2021.
The Authorised Management is responsible for the efficient day-to-day management and the sound and prudent operations of the Bank and its Branch.
This management is carried out in accordance with the strategies and guiding principles set out and approved by the Board of Directors, within the applicable regulation.
The Board of Directors and the Authorised Management also exercise an oversight on the subsidiaries of the Bank, to ensure that their Central Administration, Internal governance, and Risk Management systems are adequate.
Find more about our internal control framework:Risk Management Document