The term "Corporate Governance" refers to the set of organizational rules and regulations that govern management or control of a company. Good governance is an effective instrument to increase value and protect the investments of shareholders, as well as guarantee transparency in the management of the company. The “Corporate Governance Code” made available by the Committee for the Corporate Governance of Listed Companies, outlines the principles applicable to Italian companies. The Code sets forth the principles for corporate management, risk management and management of potential conflicts of interest that may arise between directors and shareholders, and between majority and minority shareholders. The Corporate Governance system, adopted through the internal Code on November 9, 2006 by the DADA’s Board of Directors, complies with the “Corporate Governance Code” for Italian listed companies and the Finance Act (Testo Unico della Finanza - Legislative Decree n. 58/1998), as well as international best practices.
In accordance with the Borsa Italiana Rules, the Finance Act (Testo Unico della Finanza or TUF) and the CONSOB Regulation 11971/1999, the annual Corporate Governance Report shall be made available at the company’s offices, as well as in the relative section of the present website, in compliance with the established normative terms.