The statute is the document that defines the essential characteristics of the company and which outlines its main rules of organization and operation. The statute defines the management and control model adopted and outlines the fundamental guidelines for the composition and division of powers of the governing bodies and the relationships between these.
The Statute also sets out the role of shareholders, and the criteria for the appointment of members to the Board of Directors and to the Board of Statutory Auditors. The statute also sets out the role of shareholders and the criteria for the appointment of the Board of Directors, the Board of Statutory Auditors, and of individuals who are involved in the management and control of the company at the highest level. It also describes the rights of shareholders and the rules of operation, and it can be changed by the Shareholders’ Meeting. In the event of amendments arising from the adjustment of regulatory provisions, the Board of Directors can provide for such by way of its own resolution.