The Company has a traditional system of administration and control. Pirelli’s Corporate Governance is based on: (i) the centrality of the Board of Directors, which directs the strategy and oversees all the activities of the company; (ii) the central role of the independent directors (iii) an efficient system of internal controls; (iv) a proactive risk management system; (v) a system that remunerates managers, in general, and incentivises them, in particular, for medium to long term financial objectives synchronising the interests of management and shareholders, prioritising sustainable, medium-term value creation; (vi) a robust code of conduct for transactions with related parties.

Pirelli is aware that an efficient system of corporate governance is an essential element for achieving the objective of sustainable value creation.

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