Arbonia’s employees are the driving force and at the same time ambassadors and implementers of Arbonia’s goal, namely to supply its focus markets with energy-efficient, high-quality and durable products for buildings to promote energy-efficient new buildings and renovations for a resource-efficient future. The employees show themselves to be committed, determined, and reliable in their everyday work.

As an internationally active company, Arbonia is aware of its responsibility for respecting human rights and avoiding child labour. In all countries in which it is active, it complies with the United Nations' General Declaration on Human Rights, the UN Convention on overcoming discrimination against women, the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and additional international humans rights protection standards. In the reporting year, Arbonia also initiated the accession to the UN Global Compact and has committed to supporting the implementation of the ten principles in the sub-areas of human rights, labour standards, environmental protection and fighting corruption. The accession was initiated in 2021 and confirmed in January 2022.

The Compensation Report of Arbonia sets out the compensation governance, the principles of the compensation system, as well as the structure of the compensation of the Board of Directors and Group Management of Arbonia. It also contains information on the compensation of the Board of Directors and Group Management in the respective financial year.

The compensation report has been compiled in accordance with the Ordinance against Excessive Compensation in Listed Companies Limited by Shares ("OaEC") and the guideline concerning information on corporate governance (RLCG) of the SIX Exchange Regulation from 18 June 2021.

Compensation Report 2021