In compliance with Consob OPC Regulation principles, the Autogrill OPC Procedures establish rules to ensure substantial, procedural transparency and correctness for operations with related parties implemented by the Company directly or through its Italian and foreign subsidiaries.
On 29 November 2010 the Board of Directors, with the prior favorable, unanimous opinion of the Independent Directors for Operations with Related Parties, approved the new “Procedure for Operations with Related Parties ” (“OPC Procedure”) unanimously through Resolution no. 17221/2010, pursuant to Consob Regulations.
On 13 May 2014, following a review process started in 2013, the Board of Directors approved some improvements to the OPC Procedure based on elements that emerged from the Group's operating process and from indications provided to the market by the Supervisory Committee.
The updated version of the OPC Procedure came into force on 30 September 2014.
The Committee for Transactions with Related Parties, in its current composition resulting from the resolution of the Board of Directors on May 28, 2014, is composed of the independent directors Stefano Orlando (Coordinator), Giorgina Gallo and Carolyn Dittmeier.