As a publicly listed company, it is our responsibility to ensure strong corporate governance throughout the DSV Panalpina Group
Through an open and active dialogue with our stakeholders, we aim to achieve the highest possible level of transparency.
Our internal control and risk management procedures help ensure that DSV delivers reliable and consistent reports to our stakeholders worldwide. As part of our annual reporting, we publish a report on Corporate Governance (pursuant to section 107b of the Danish Financial Statements Act).
The entire corporate structure is designed as a simple structure based on the Group’s commercial activities with a clear division of management responsibilities. The Executive Board is represented in the Boards of Directors of all material subsidiaries, which apply standard provisions regulating the power to bind the company.Learn more about our management
The Board of Directors has established three Board Committees: the Audit Committee, the Nomination Committee and the Remuneration Committee. The Committees consist of 3–4 members of the board of directors. The committees all report to the Board of Directors. The tasks of each Board Committee are described in the rules of procedure for the respective board committee, which are available below.
Remuneration of the Board of Directors and the Executive Board is an important constituent for achieving our business strategies. Our Remuneration Policy lays down the guidelines for determining and approving the remuneration of the members of the Board of Directors and the Executive Board. The Remuneration Policy is designed to always reflect the goal of being able to attract and retain a competent management in order to continuously create long-term value for DSV's shareholders.
To ensure transparency around our remuneration practices we issue annual Remuneration Reports.
Contact Jesper Petersen, Senior Director, Group Compliance