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Board of Directors
Fire SpA and Fire Group SpA adopt a traditional governance model, with a Board composed by at least three and no more than eleven members, as set out by the Shareholder’s meeting.
The Directors remain in office for a maximum of three financial years. Their office expires on the date of the Meeting convened to approve the Financial Report upon the last year of office, save in case of revocation, withdrawal or resignation.
The Board of Directors features a number of Independent Directors proportional to the Board composition, according to the criteria set forth, from time to time, in the Company By-laws and regulations in force.
Fire SpA BoD
Chief Executive Officer
Fire Group SpA BoD
Chief Executive Officer
Board of Auditors
Fire SpA and Fire Group SpA Board of Auditors is composed by three acting auditors, out of which the President is elected and by two alternate auditors.
The members of the Board of Auditors are appointed by the Ordinary Shareholders’ Meeting. They remain in office for three financial years. Their office expires on the date of the Meeting convened to approve the Financial Report upon the last year of office, save in case of revocation, withdrawal or resignation.
Fire SpA Board of Auditors
Fire Group SpA Board of Auditors
By means of a BoD resolution, Fire SpA decided to adopt an Organization, management and control model according to ex Leg. Decree 231 of 8th August 2001 “Discipline of the administrative liability of legal persons, companies and associations even without legal personality”.
The model and its principles are addressed to all corporate boards, all employees and, more generally, to all subjects performing their professional activity in favour of Fire SpA, and to any other legal or natural person performing business activities in relation to Fire SpA.
Fire Spa Supervisory Body, appointed by the BoD was established to supervise the functioning and compliance to the Model.
The body features three members, of which two are external(Antonino Parisi, Chairman and Pierfrancesco Donato, member)and internal member (Rossana Santo, Internal Audit Manager).
The presence of two external members ensures a real independence of the body with respect to company hierarchy.
The Supervisory Body is established with a BoD resolution. The BoD shall provide proof of having assessed independence, autonomy, honourability and professionalism of its members.
The Supervisory Body remains in office for the same period as the BoD by which was appointed. Its members can be reelected.
A detailed description of Supervisory Body tasks and functioning is set in Fire SpA Organization, management and control model approved by the Board.
All the 231 Model addressees can directly resort to the Supervisory Body to report breaches to the Model or to the Code of Ethics. Reports can be done orally, in writing or electronically to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the aim of fostering ethical behaviours, the Fire Group (in accordance with art. 6 co. 2 Leg. Decree 231/2001) implemented an IT platform, as an internal communication channel, allowing employees and contractors of the Group to report unlawful circumstances relevant to Decree 231 or breaches to the 231 Model, whom they got acquainted with during the performance of their activity. The reporting system aims to encouraging cooperation of the resources towards the disclosure of allegedly unlawful behaviours to protect the company’s integrity.
Fire is committed to protect the reporting resources from any retaliation, discrimination, either direct or indirect, for any reason related to the report, either directly or indirectly.
The reporting resource can be held responsible for reports sent to the end of damaging or compromising the reportee, before tribunals and in other competent sites, particularly if the groundlessness of the reports and the voluntary falsity of accusation, surveys and censure are ascertained.
Group Code of Ethics