Corporate Governance

Board of directors

The Board of Directors is the statutory managing body of the company encompassing all powers with regards to the ordinary and extraordinary administration of the company. The Board of Directors primarily carry out a management and control function with relation to the general activities of the company and the subsidiary companies.

The Board of Directors delegate powers to the managing directors and to the executive committee and revoke them. At present, the Board of Directors is made up of nine (9) directors of which six (6) executive. The nomination and substitution of directors is disciplined by "voting list" mechanisms.

board of directors members

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer
Mario Rizzante

Chief Executive Officer
Tatiana Rizzante

Executive Directors
Daniele Angelucci
Claudio Bombonato
Oscar Pepino
Filippo Rizzante
Fausto Forti (1) (2) (3)
Maria Letizia Jaccheri(1) (2)
Enrico Macii (1) (2)

(1) Directors not invested with operational proxy
(2) Independent director, according to the Corporate Governance Code for public companies
(3) Lead independent director

Other corporate bodies

​​Statutory auditors

The Board of Statutory Auditors is responsible for the supervision of compliance with the law and by-laws.

Cristiano Antonelli

Statutory Auditors:
Paolo Claretta Assandri
Ada Alessandra Garzino Demo


The Board of Directors has set up consulting committees, The Internal Control and Risks Committee and the Remuneration and Nomination Committee (previously Remuneration Committee).

​​Internal Control and Risks Committee

The Board of Directors has internally constituted a Remuneration and Nomination Committee composed of Ms. Maria Letizia Jaccheri and Mr. Enrico Macii, Non-Executive and Independent Directors, and Mr. Fausto Forti, Lead Independent Director. The Internal Control and Risks Committee:

• ​Evaluates together with the Director responsible for the preparation of the company's accounting documents, the auditor, and the Board of Statutory Auditors, the correct utilisation of the accounting principles and, in the event of groups, their consistency for the purpose of the preparation of the consolidated balance sheet;
• Expresses opinion on specific aspects relating to the identification of the principal risks for the company;
• Examines the periodic reports relating to the evaluation of the system of internal control and risk management, and those of particular relevance prepared by the Internal Audit function;
• Monitors the independence, appropriateness, effectiveness and efficiency of the Internal Audit function;
• May ask the Internal Audit function to perform checks on specific operating areas, simultaneously notifying such request to the Chairman of the Board of Directors;
• Report to the board, at least on a half yearly basis, on the occasion of the approval of the balance sheet and the half yearly report, on the activity carried out, as well as on the ad​equacy of the internal control and risk management system.

​​Remuneration Committee

The Board of Directors has internally constituted a Remuneration Committee composed of Ms. Maria Letizia Jaccheri and Mr. Enrico Macii, Non-Executive and Independent Directors and Mr. Fausto Forti, Lead Independent Director.

In accordance with art. 6.C.6 of the Corporate Governance Code, no Director shall participate in meetings of the Remuneration Committee in which proposals are submitted to the Board of Directors relating to his/her remuneration; meetings will be attended by the Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors.

​​Independent Auditors

The independent audit firm is responsible for checking that the company's accounts are properly kept and that managerial operations are correctly reflected in the accounting records. The auditors also verify that the separate and consolidated accounts correspond to the accounting records and to verifications performed and that they are in compliance with the applicable regulations.

The Shareholders' General Meeting held on 29 April 2010, approved the appointment of Reconta Ernst & Young S.p.A. as the Company's independent auditors for the nine-year period 2010-2018 which includes the audit of the separated Financial Statements, the annual consolidated Financial Statements and the half-year condensed consolidated Financial Statements.

Annual Reports

​Corporate Governance Reports​

This Report reflects and illustrates the governing structure that the Company has adopted in accordance with the indications set forth in the new March 2006 edition of the Corporate Governance Code. This Report is given to shareholders and sent to the market regulator Consob, which holds the report available for the general public.

They are currently available in Italian and English.

​Remuneration ​Report​

This Report is given to shareholders and sent to the market regulator Consob, which holds the report available for the general public.

They are currently available in Italian and English.

Articles of Association

The Articles of Association of Rep​ly S.p.A. are the written constitution of the company.


​Related Parties​

The aim of the present regulations is to highlight rules of behaviour for all interested parties, so that they may communicate to the Company their relevant position in carrying out operations with Reply S.p.A.; and, for Reply S.p.A., to set operational rules for the fulfilment of said operations.

The stipulations are currently only available in Italian.

​Ethic Code​

An integral part of the Organization Model 231 is the Code of Ethics, which has been updated according to the provisions of the same Decree and has the purpose of defining the fundamental ethical principles and rules of behaviour that must be respected, thus creating the appropriate conditions that will guarantee that Reply's activity will be inspired by the principles of fairness and transparency, and reducing the risk that the crimes listed in the Decree might be committed.

The Code of Ethics is currently available in Italian and English.

​Organization Model 231​

The coming into force of the Legislative Decree 8 June 2001 Nr.231 introduced into the Italian legal system a new set of rules on "Administrative liability, ascertained in the criminal law proceedings", chargeable to legal persons for some crimes committed by administrators, managers, employees or external collaborators in the interest or to the advantage of the company (among others, corporate crimes and crimes against Public Administration).

Model 231 is a specific Italian stipulation. Thus this set of rules is currently only available in Italian.


Essential information of shareholder'​s agreement disclosed to Consob pursuant to art. 122 of d.lgs. No. 58, 24.2.1998.


Information provided pursuant to article 84 bis of R.E. n. 11971/1999 as amended by resolution No. 15915 of May 3, 2007.

​Internal Dealings​

The Internal Dealing Code of Reply governs disclosures to be provided to the company, Consob and the market at the time of the purchase, sale, subscription or exchange of shares or financial instruments linked to shares, for whatever reason made on own account by "Relevant Persons", i.e. those being close to the company, legally allowed to operate on its shares (or other financial instruments related) and having access to information on the financial and economic prospects of the parent company and its subsidiaries.

It is currently available in Italian.

Internal Dealing Code (Italian Version)

Internal dealing documents arch​ive​​