Enel: integrity, professionalism and independence requirements of new statutory auditors verified

Rome, May 30th, 2019 – The new Board of Statutory Auditors of Enel S.p.A., appointed by the Shareholders’ Meeting held on May 16th, 2019, met today for the first time chaired by Barbara Tadolini.

In accordance with the provisions of Consob Issuers’ Regulation and Italian Corporate Governance Code for listed companies, the Board of Statutory Auditors verified that all its regular members (Barbara Tadolini, Claudio Sottoriva and Romina Guglielmetti) met the independence requirements provided for by both the law (article 148, paragraph 3 of the Consolidated Financial Act) and the above Italian Corporate Governance Code (articles 3.C.1 and 8.C.1) for statutory auditors of listed companies.

The Board of Directors, chaired by Patrizia Grieco, met immediately after and ascertained upon all the members of the new Board of Statutory Auditors the integrity and professionalism requirements provided for statutory auditors of listed companies by the Ministry of Justice Decree n. 162 of March 30th, 2000, as supplemented (for professionalism requirements only) by the provisions of article 25.1 of Enel’s Corporate Bylaws. Furthermore, the Board of Directors confirmed the results of the abovementioned check carried out by the new Board of Statutory Auditors about the possession upon its regular members of independence requirements provided for by the law. 

Verifica indipendenza del Collegio Sindacale (ENG)

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