Governance.

MOTIVATED BY CONCERN FOR EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL,OUR COMPANY GOVERNANCE
IS BASED ON THE PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPARENCY AND RESPONSIBILITY, WHICH ARE IMPORTANT FOR US. UNITED BY THE
SAME VALUES, THE SUBSIDIARIES OF THE GROUP ARE BOTH AUTONOMOUS AND INTERDEPENDENT.

To support our missions, the bodies below have been set up.
More information is available at the bottom of the page.

Noshaq, Noshaq Immo, Noshaq Europe 3, Noshaq Spin-Offs, and Noshaq Venture are private limited companies.

All accounting, legal and tax rules governing the operations of private limited companies are of course applicable to Noshaq Group companies.

The coordinated statutes adopted by the General Meeting of 06 March 2020 can be downloaded here.

The remunerations of the members of the Board of Directors adopted by the General Meeting of 29 June 2018 can be downloaded here.

The Rules of Procedure of the Board of Directors adopted on July 01, 2020 can be downloaded here.

15 directors were appointed on 23 February 2018 to form the board of directors.
The board carries out different missions: defining the objectives and strategic direction
of the company, establishing the accounts and the budget, ensuring the balance of the portfolio by following
and monitoring the latter, in particular the shares and loans granted to the companies that compose it.

Chairman
Jean-Michel Javaux
Vice-Chairman
Fabian Culot
Valérie Saretto
Philippe Lamalle
Herstal s.a. represented by
Philippe Claessens
Jacques Galloy
Marielle Papy
Alain Plumier
Christophe Leclercq
C.M.I. s.a. represented by
Yves Honhon
Jean-François Ramquet
Henri Lemaître
ING Belgium represented by
Louis Vangramberen
Nicolas Dumazy

The strategic committee is responsible for preparing the meetings of the board of directors when the agenda of these meetings includes defining and setting the objectives, strategy and general policy of the company.

Chairman
Jean-Michel Javaux
Philippe Lamalle

The audit committee is responsible for drafting, monitoring and controlling the budget; for drafting the balance sheets and activity reports, and for cash management and portfolio analysis (risks – valuation and financial balance).

  • Drafting and monitoring budgets
  • Drafting financial statements
  • Finance management
  • Portfolio analysis (risks and valuation)
  • Report to the Board on its activity
  • Liaising with the College of Commissioners
Chairman
Henri Lemaître
Marielle Papy
Christophe Leclercq
Jacques Galloy

A remuneration committee was created at the general meeting of 23 February 2018.
This committee is responsible for formulating proposals and giving an opinion to the Board of Directors on the remuneration policy for the members of the Board of Directors, the delegate for day-to-day management and the staff, and to prepare the remuneration report drawn up each year.

ING Belgium represented by
Louis Vangramberen
Philippe Lamalle
Herstal s.a. represented by
Philippe Claessens

The Investment Committee is responsible in particular for pre-selecting the dossiers presented by the Investment Managers and which will be proposed to the Board of Directors for an investment decision, for discussing possible exits as well as specific questions relating to the dossiers.

CEO
Gaëtan Servais
COO
Frédéric Driessens
COO
Marc Foidart
COO
Fabian Marcq
CAO
Géraldine Massart
COO
Laurent Burton
CLO
Stéphanie Crahay

The Executive Committee is responsible for giving an opinion, pursuing a reflection on the strategy, positioning and development of the company or implementing the strategy decided by the Board of Directors and analysing the monthly reporting of the transversal services.

Chairman
Jean-Michel Javaux
CEO
Gaëtan Servais
COO
Frédéric Driessens
COO
Marc Foidart
COO
Fabian Marcq
CAO
Géraldine Massart
COO
Laurent Burton
CCO
Hugues Danze
CLO
Stéphanie Crahay
CEO Eklo
Joanna Tyrekidis

The Board of Directors delegates the day-to-day management and the relative representation of the company to the CEO.

Day-to-day management is understood to mean acts that are only the execution of the line of conduct drawn up by the board of directors, the orders given and the directives decided by the board of directors and those that it is necessary to perform day-to-day to ensure the conduct of company business including, inter alia, acts of preservation and the dispatch of daily business, as well as the execution of decisions taken by the general meeting and by the board of directors.

  • Daily management pursuant to the Belgian Companies Code
  • Special delegations
  • Report to the Board
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