Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

The highest-ranking governance board of Telekom Albania, responsible to take decisions for important corporate issues (according to Law No. 9901, date of 14.4.2008, “On Traders and Trading Companies”) is the “General Shareholders Assembly”.

The Supervisory Board has the responsibility to ensure that the Company’s activities and operations are in compliance with all laws and regulations. It reviews and monitors any actual or potential situations of conflict of interest and compliance with the law. It receives from the Board of Directors all the notices of actual or potential conflict of interest or material interest they may have with the Company. In addition, the Supervisory Board supervises the activity of Board of Directors. The Supervisory Board consists of three members, who are appointed by the Shareholder’s Assembly Meeting. The Supervisory Boards meets at least once every three months.

As described in company’s statue, the Board of Directors is responsible and defines the general policies and strategy of Telekom Albania as well as supervises operational management and the overall activity of the company. The Board of Directors consists of five members appointed by the Supervisory Board for a three-year term. They can each be reappointed. Board of Directors meetings are held at least once every three months. Wages and other compensation of Board members are defined according to General Assembly decisions.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) assumes the primary responsibility for operational management. The CEO is assisted and supported in this operation by the Internal Audit and Compliance Office.