Corporate Governance is the set of “good governance” rules, for each level (laws and regulations, for example), governing the management of the company. It regulates, among other things, the relationships between the various stakeholders (those who have an interest, of any kind, in the company) and dictates the objectives for which the company is managed.
For the Parent Company Reale Mutua, the main stakeholders are the Partners (Clients in the case of the other companies of the Group) and their representatives or Delegates, the Board of Directors and the management.
The effectiveness of the corporate governance systems qualifies the level of social responsibility. In this field, Reale Group places among its main objectives:
the strengthening of the reputation of the companies of the Group;
the minimisation of risks;
the balance of powers;
the respect and safeguard of the managerial autonomy for the Group Companies.
Reale Group, sensitive towards the need to ensure conditions of fairness and transparency within the implementation of corporate activities and aware of the importance of being equipped with a monitoring system to prevent illegal conduct, has deliberated, that each Italian company adopts the Organisation, Management and Control Model pursuant to Law Decree 231/2001, approved by the respective Boards of Directors.
The Organisation, Management, and Control Model of the companies, a document that is constantly updated, is a structured and organic system of procedures, behavioural rules, provisions and organisational structures pervading the entire business.
Following legislative and subsequent organisational changes to the first draft of the document, the Supervisory Body proposes, when necessary, that the Board of Directors updates the Model after assessing and acknowledging the proposals set forward.