The Articles of Association define the main characteristics and purpose of the Company, as well as the primary rules for its organisation and management. A copy of the current Articles of Association and General Meeting Regulations is available below.
|Articles of Association and General Meeting Regulations|
The Company’s Corporate Governance Code, which has been in force since 14 December 2007, was drawn up on the basis of the guidelines published by Borsa Italiana in March 2006 and the Group’s organisational structure introduced from 2007. Lastly, on 15 December 2016, the Board of Directors, at the proposal of the Control Risk and Corporate Governance Committee, revised the Corporate Governance Code partly to incorporate intervening amendments to the Corporate Governance Code for listed companies.
|Corporate Governance Code|
The procedure for releasing company information to the markets is supplemented by the Code of Conduct for Internal Dealing, which was developed in compliance with Borsa Italiana SpA’s Regulations. The Code regulates disclosure obligations and conduct required for trading by Relevant Persons in financial instruments issued by Atlantia or its subsidiaries and the disclosure of information to the markets.
|Code of Conduct for Internal Dealing|
The annual Information Document is a compendium of all information published or made available during the preceding twelve months in conformity with EU and Italian disclosure requirements to which Atlantia is subject. The document states the nature of the information, the date of publication and the relevant sources.
|2011 Information Document|
|2010 Information Document|
|2009 Information Document|
|2008 Information Document|
|2007 Information Document|
|2006 Information Document|
Having received the consent of Atlantia SpA’s Committee of Independent Directors for Related Party Transactions, the Board of Directors approved Atlantia's new Procedure for Related Party Transactions on 11 November 2010. The Procedure complies with the CONSOB regulations governing related party transactions adopted by Resolution 17221, as amended, of 12 March 2010.
The procedure has been updated by the Board of Directors on 11 December 2015.
|Procedure for Related Party Transactions|
The procedure, which complies with art. 1, paragraph 1 of Legislative Decree 58/1998, replaced its predecessor. Its purpose is to ensure the reporting of information required by the Board of Auditors for its oversight duties.
|Procedure for Reporting to the Board of Auditors|
The procedure regulates the processing of confidential information and the rules for making announcements both inside and outside the company regarding Atlantia and its subsidiaries, particularly to the extent that such information is price sensitive.
|Procedure for Market Announcements|