Marc Stehle - Committee Chairman, Dolly Predović, Eirini Nikolaidi
The Audit Committee of the Supervisory Board is established for the purpose of preparing the decisions of the Supervisory Board in relation to reporting, internal control and audit activities within HT d.d. and HT Group and supervising the implementation thereof.
The Audit Committee oversees the external and internal audit activities, discusses specific issues brought to the attention of the Audit Committee by the Auditors and the management team and assigned to the Audit Committee by the Supervisory Board, and proposes action to the Supervisory Board.
Pursuant to Article 65 of the Audit Act, the Committee members are members of the Supervisory Board, and experts in the area of accounting and / or auditing. One out of three members is an independant member of the Supervisory Board. The members of the Audit Committee as a whole must have knowledge of the telecommunication sector.
Compensation and Nomination Committee
Jonathan Richard Talbot - Committee Chairman, Eva Somorjai- Tamassy, Ivan Mišetić, Ph.D.
The Remuneration Committee was established in 2007, to function as a supporting body of the Supervisory Board for proposing to the Supervisory Board the general principles and tools for determination of the compensation of the Members of the Management Board and for Members of the Supervisory Board. In 2008, the scope of this this Committee has been extended by adding the nomination role, and as of 2008 onwards the Committee’s scope comprises the compensation role as well as a nomination role. It develops the general principles and tools for determination of the compensation of the Members of the Management Board and Supervisory Board and the guiding principles for the selection procedures for candidates to the Management Board and Supervisory Board and their election or re-election and proposes respective candidates for Management and Supervisory Board Membership.
Related Parties Transactions Committee
Jonathan Richard Talbot - Committee Chairman, Gordan Gledec, Ph.D., Dolly Predović
Pursuant to the Article 264, and in connection with article 263.a., 263.b., 263.c and 263.d., of the Companies Act, the Supervisory Board has established the Related Parties Committee. Committee is established for the purpose of preparing the decisions of the Supervisory Board in relation to granting prior approval of the Supervisory Board for related party transactions the Company intends to undertake which are not regular affairs of the Company that the Company is involved in with related parties under usual market conditions. The Committee shall consider the related party transactions if the value of such transaction independently or jointly with other transactions the Company undertook with the related party over the course of last twelve months, preceding the transaction in question, exceeds 2.5% of the sum of the fixed and current assets determined in the latest consolidated annual financial statements of the Company. Fixed and current assets are determined in accordance with accounting rules effective at the time of application.