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Corporate Governance

The term ‘corporate governance’ refers to the overall management and supervisory system of a company.

This includes its organization, the principles and guidelines behind its business policies, and its internal and external steering and monitoring mechanisms.

Corporate governance is intended to ensure the responsible management and supervision of companies with the aim of generating sustainable value creation. It bolsters the confidence placed in the company by domestic and foreign investors, business partners, the general public and not least its employees.

The essential requirements for good governance are the close, efficient cooperation between the Management Board and the Supervisory Board, respect for shareholders' interests, openness and transparency in corporate communication, and the responsible handling of risks as well as of statutory and internal rules and regulations.

Corporate Governance Code

The Code includes recommendations and suggestions for the management and monitoring of German listed companies. For more details, please visit the website of the Government Commission for the German Corporate Governance Code.


Since VERBIO supports transparent communication with investors, financial markets, business partners, members of staff and the public, it attaches great importance to the German Corporate Governance Code.

In accordance with Section 161 AktG German Stock Companies Act, VERBIO's current version of the declaration of conformity is available here.

Your contact person

Alina Köhler
Head of Investor Relations and Corporate Strategy Manager
E-Mail: ir@verbio.de

Ansprechpartnerin IR
Katharina Manok
Investor Relations Manager
T: +49 (0) 341 30 85 30 676
E-Mail: ir@verbio.de

Ansprechpartnerin ESG
Isha Mohanty, ESG Manager
T: +49 (0) 341 30 85 30 667
E-Mail: ir@verbio.de