In order to implement the recommendations of the Corporate Governance Code of listed companies, as well as to optimize its own work, as early as January 2000 the Board of Directors set up within itself an Internal Control Committee (now Control and Risk Committee) and a Compensation Committee (now Nomination and Compensation Committee), endowed with the task of carrying out preparatory work for the purpose of making proposals and providing advice and entrusted with the examination of issues that appear to be delicate also because they are a source of possible conflicts of interest.
In addition to such Committees, in November 2010 the Board of Directors set up within itself a Related Parties Committee, entrusted with the tasks provided for by the relevant Consob regulation and by the procedure for transactions with related parties adopted by the same Board of Directors in November 2010. In May 2011 the Board of Directors set up within itself a Corporate Governance Committee – endowed with the task of carrying out preparatory work for the purpose of making proposals and providing advice – which is entrusted with the duty of monitoring corporate governance procedures and rules adopted by Enel and providing recommendations for changes, where necessary, in order to bring such procedures and rules in line with national and international best practices, taking account of changes of applicable laws and regulations.
In February, 2016, in order to implement certain recommendations of the Corporate Governance Code of listed companies, have been attributed to the Corporate Governance Committee specific tasks in sustainability, changing consequently its name in “Corporate Governance and Sustainability Committee”.
Last updating as of: May 14, 2020