Novellini S.p.a. is ruled by a traditional management system that forsees two authorities designated by the Assembly:
- the Board of Directors
- the Board of Statutory Auditors
The accounting control is entrusted by law to the auditing firm
The Board of Directors
The members of the Board of Directors, designated by the Assembly of 10/05/2019 that will be in charge until the financial statement approval assembly of 31 December 2021, are:
Barbara Novellini (Chairman)
Anna Parenti (Honorary Chairman)
Marco Novellini (Managing Director)
Leonardo Pagni (Indipendent Director)
The auditing company is DELOITTE & TOUCHE S.p.A.
The members of the Statutory Auditors, designated by the Assembly of 10/05/2019 that will be in charge until the financial statement approval assembly of 31 December 2021, are:
Michele Ghiringhelli (President)
Fabio Ambrosiani (Auditor)
Alessia Vinci (Auditor)
Roberto Scibetta (reserve Auditor)
Sabrina Iannuzzi (reserve Auditor)
The companies of the Novellini Group in Italy have complied with the provisions of Legislative Decree 231/01 “Standards governing the administrative liability of legal persons, companies and associations, including ones with no legal status”.
On 18 December 2014, the Board of Directors approved a Model for organisation, management and control, the “Model”, intended to prevent or at least limit the commission of crimes in general, and in particular, the crimes listed in Legislative Decree 231/01. It also approved a Code of Ethics
For this same purpose, a Supervisory Body was appointed to oversee the performance of the Model, its compliance and its updates in line with changes to the companies' organisation or to the application regulations.
The Novellini Group's foreign subsidiaries will autonomously define their own protocols and procedures in line with the Model's principles, in respect of the regulations in force in their respective countries of residence and based on their characteristic activities and areas of operation.
Code of ethics
The Ethical Code of the Novellini Group (hereinafter “Novellini) is the “Constitutional Charter” of the company, a charter of rights and duties that defines the ethical-social responsibilities of each participant of the corporate organization.