The jury of the Manuel Olivencia Award for Good Corporate Governance has decided to grant it in its fifth edition to CaixaBank. The jury, chaired by Matías Rodríguez Inciarte, highlighted CaixaBank’s transparency and accountability, its relationship with shareholders and other stakeholders, the composition of the board (analyzed in terms of diversity and inclusion) and the remuneration policy for directors, among other aspects.
The members of the jury are from the Spanish business and legal community.
The award ceremony will be held on Tuesday, November 21 in the Cloister of the Jerónimos of the Prado Museum. An event that will serve to close the new edition of an initiative born in 2018 to provide a framework of reference in matters of good governance and in turn preserve the memory of the prestigious jurist Manuel Olivencia, professor of Commercial Law at the University of Seville, vice president of the Firm and chairman of the commission that drafted the first Spanish code of Corporate Governance in 1998.