Swiss Post attaches great importance to corporate governance and observes the special statutory and regulatory provisions. For years, it has based its actions on the Swiss Code of Best Practice for Corporate Governance. Responsibility lies in the hands of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors determines the remuneration due to members of Executive Management, taking into account corporate risk, scope of responsibility and the Confederation’s Ordinance on Executive Pay. For details on corporate governance, see pages 61 to 75 of the Financial Report.
Corporate governance – a task for the Board of Directors
By implementing systematic, active corporate governance, the Board of Directors lays one of the foundations for the success of the company and establishes the prerequisites for a corporate culture based on trust at Swi...
Determination of remuneration
Corporate risk, scope of responsibility and the Confederation’s Ordinance on Executive Pay are taken into account by the Board of Directors when determining the remuneration due to members of Executive Management. The ...
Board of Directors
The Federal Council elects Swiss Post Ltd’s Board of Directors every two years. On the reference date (31 December 2018), it had nine members.
The CEO and the six members of Executive Management are elected by the Board of Directors. Each is responsible for the operational management of the unit assigned to them. The CEO represents Executive Management to the Board of Directors.