TKH Group NV is a public limited company under Dutch law and voluntarily applies the limited two-tier entity regime. The management of the company lies with the Executive Board under the supervision of the Supervisory Board. The Executive Board and the Supervisory Board are responsible for the Corporate Governance structure at TKH and compliance with the Corporate Governance Code (‘Code’). The Executive Board and the Supervisory Board attach great importance to compliance with the principles of integrity, accountability and transparency in the management and oversight of the company. The governance structure at TKH is based on Book 2 of the Dutch Civil Code, the company's articles of association, the Code and various internal regulations.

Integrity and ethics are a top priority at TKH
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Risk management

Risk management, which is one of the areas of responsibility of the Supervisory Board, is an integrated part of the strategic agenda and has the continuous attention of the Executive Board, Management Board and the Supervisory Board. The aim is to optimally control the most important risks that TKH is or may be exposed to, to facilitate the reliable realisation of operational, financial and non-financial objectives and to monitor compliance with legislation and regulations.

In this respect, an open, transparent culture, as part of which the organisation is open to criticism, is a condition for appropriately dealing with risks, responsibilities and powers, and for recognising them in good time. The risk management policy and the risks are regularly reviewed and discussed within the Executive Board, Management Board, the Audit Committee and the Supervisory Board. TKH views a suitable risk-management model as an important tool which enables it to create value in the long term.

TKH Group is committed to an open culture in which employees can openly discuss any concerns, problems or abuses. The Whistleblower Procedure provides for a procedure under which employees can raise such topics. External parties can also report to the Group Compliance Officer via

Risk management structure

Executive Board

The Executive Board is charged with managing the company. The Board develops a vision of long-term value creation and formulates an appropriate strategy, taking account of the acceptable risk profile.

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Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board has the task of overseeing the way in which the Executive Board executes the strategy for long-term value creation and the general day-to-day business of the company and its affiliated businesses.

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