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Remuneration of the Supervisory Board

The remuneration of the Supervisory Board of Rheinmetall AG is regulated in Article 13 of the Articles of Association. According to these, Supervisory Board members receive remuneration comprising a fixed component of 80,000.00 EUR payable after the end of the fiscal year, in addition to reimbursement of expenses and meeting attendance fees. The Supervisory Board Chairman receives double the fixed remuneration and the Vice Chairman 1.5 times the fixed remuneration.

For their activities in committees of the Supervisory Board, the respective members receive an additional remuneration as follows:

  • the Chairman of the Audit Committee receives a fixed remunerations of 40,000.00 EUR, the remaining members of the Audit Committee receive a fixed remuneration of 20,000.00 EUR;
  • the Chairman of the Nomination Committee as well as the Mediation Committee receives a fixed remuneration of 20,000.00 EUR, the remaining members of the Nomination Committee as well as the Mediation Committee receive a fixed remuneration of 10,000.00 EUR;
  • the Chairman of the Personnel Committee as well as the Strategy Committee receives a fixed remuneration of 30,000.00 EUR, the remaining members of the Personnel Committee as well as the Strategy Committee receive a fixed remuneration of 15,000.00 EUR.

Supervisory Board and committee members who belonged to the Supervisory Board or committee for only part of the fiscal year receive remuneration on a pro rata basis.

The attendance fee for Supervisory Board meetings is 1,000 EUR. When attending committee meetings that are not held on the same day as a Supervisory Board meeting, the attendance fee is 500 EUR.

The remuneration of the Supervisory Board of Rheinmetall AG is regulated in Article 13 of the Articles of Association. Furthermore, the Executive Board of the company was authorized by resolution of the Annual General Meeting of May 8, 2018, approved the application of the Executive Board and Supervisory Board to increase the remuneration for the Supervisory Board from fiscal 2019 onward.