The Swissquote Group is fully committed to meeting the highest standards of corporate governance and acts in compliance with the standards established by the "SIX Swiss Exchange Directive on Information Relating to Corporate Governance".
The following information relating to Corporate Governance are extracted from the Company's Corporate Governance Report, which is a dedicated section of its Annual Report. The following information are an overview.
To access the full text of the Corporate Governance Report, please click on the link below.
The Group's remuneration policy is an important component of its corporate framework and has the ultimate purpose to deliver sustainable growth and performance to shareholders, provide a favourable development ground for the Group's employees and induce a responsible and ethical behaviour vis-à-vis the Group and the community.
The main duties of the Auditors are to report to the General Meeting of Shareholders the results of their audit, the objective of which is to verify that the Financial Statements, the Annual Report and the proposed appropriation of retained earnings comply with the law and the AoI.
Code of Conduct
As the Swiss leader in online banking and as a FinTech company, innovation and technology challenge the codes of convention. But as a regulated Swiss bank, the rules are respected and important corporate values are cherished. The Group’s Code of Conduct guides its daily actions with internal and external stakeholders.