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Supervisory Board remuneration

The following information is part of the extensive Dürr Group remuneration report in our Annual Report 2021. The Supervisory board related remuneration information can be accessed in the → remuneration report.

Remuneration system for the Supervisory Board during the 2021 fiscal year

The remuneration system for the Supervisory Board is approved by the annual general meeting on the basis of a proposal submitted by the Supervisory Board and the Board of Management. The rules governing remuneration are laid down in Dürr AG’s Articles of Incorporation. In regular intervals of no more than four years, the Supervisory Board reviews whether the amount and structure of the remuneration are still consistent with market standards and aptly reflect the tasks of the Supervisory Board as well as the Company’s position. For this purpose, the Supervisory Board performs a horizontal market comparison. In doing so, it may seek the advice of an external independent expert. The market appropriateness of the remuneration system was confirmed in the 2021 fiscal year. In this context, the remuneration system for the Supervisory Board has been changed to solely include fixed, non-performance-related components, in line with the recommendation of the German Corporate Governance Code. The revised remuneration system for the members of the Supervisory Board was approved at the annual general meeting on May 7, 2021 in accordance with Section 113 (3) Sentences 1 and 2 of the German Stock Corporation Act by a majority of 98.19% of the votes cast.

All Supervisory board related remuneration information can be accessed in the → remuneration report.