The expression "Corporate Governance" designates those rules and procedures which, together, embody the system for managing and controlling companies. These rules are aimed at ensuring that management is dependable and that a fair balance is struck between managerial power and the interests of the shareholders and stakeholders.
Broadly speaking, the system of Corporate Governance in the Mediaset Group - a system modelled on the principles drawn up by the Corporate Governance committee - is based on the central role of the Board of Directors, the transparency of management decisions, the effectiveness of the internal control system, and a rigorous approach to potential conflicts of interest.
Mediaset has put in place the traditional administration and controls system made up of the following company bodies: the Shareholders' Meeting, the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee e the Board of Statutory Auditors. The accounting controls, in accordance with the relative legislative measures that are currently in force regarding these matters, are assigned to an Audit Firm that is inscribed in the special register established by law. The Board of Directors has set up, among its own members, three committees with prosing and consulting functions: the Remuneration Committee, the Control, Risk and Sustainability Committee , the Governance and Nomination Committee. The powers and functional methodologies of the Company bodies and Committees are governed by Law, by the Company Bylaws and by the resolutions passed by the competent bodies.
All of the Corporate government mechanisms of the Company are subject to continual scrutiny and assessment with regard to changes in the regulatory framework, in trading practices, and in markets, and they are periodically monitored by in-house units to ascertain their level of application.
    Report Corporate Governance 2020
    Code of Corporate Governance - 2020
    Code of Corporate Governance - luglio 2018