Roche’s executive team is the company's senior management and decision making body. The Executive Committee of Roche, chosen by the Board of Directors, is responsible for the day-to-day business operations.
According to the guidelines for security holdings, since 2012 members of the Corporate Executive Committee are required to hold Roche securities as outlined in the Annual Report 2022, page 206, 5.14.
Members of the Corporate Executive Committee are now required to hold Roche securities equivalent in value to 200% (previously 100%) of their respective annual base salary. This requirement must be fulfilled within five years from 15 March 2022 or, in the case of new members, within five years from the start of employment.
The requirement of Roche security holdings for the CEO Roche Group remains unchanged at 500% of his annual base salary.
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