Governance

Governance

The Peugeot S.A. Company has a two-tier management structure comprising a Managing Board, responsible for strategic and operational management, and a Supervisory Board, responsible for oversight and control.

This separation is especially effective in addressing the concern for a balance of power between the executive and oversight functions, as reflected in the principles of good corporate governance.

Managing board

The Managing Board is responsible for executive management.
It helps to define and implement the Group’s strategic vision, developed in accordance with the long-term objectives set and approved by the Supervisory Board.
Managing Board members are appointed by the Supervisory Board for four-year terms. The Managing Board currently consists of 4 members, including a Chairman.

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Executive Committee

The Managing Board is backed by the Executive Committee, which is organized in a matrix structure by brands, regions and business lines. This structure aims to secure worldwide profitable growth for the Group.

Each region is supervised by a Chief Operating Officer (COO), who is responsible for economic profit and the management of Group resources in the region, including manufacturing and sales companies. This responsibility is exercised in partnership with the Group brands and business lines.

Four business line VPs report to the Chairman of the Managing Board.

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Supervisory board

The Supervisory Board’s role is to permanently monitor the management of the Company by the Managing Board.
The Supervisory Board ensures that the strategy proposed and applied by the Managing Board fits with its long-term vision.
Members of the Supervisory Board are appointed by the General Shareholders’ Meeting for four-year terms. The Supervisory Board reports to the General Shareholders’ Meeting on its missions of control.

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By laws

Download the document: « Bylaws of Peugeot SA »

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