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Corporate Governance

Dr. Roland Fischer

Dr. Roland Fischer

  • 1962, German citizen
  • Executive Committee
  • Chief Executive Officer (CEO)*
  • CEO, Surface Solutions Segment*
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Georg Stausberg

Georg Stausberg

  • Segment CEO Manmade Fibers

Oerlikon is committed to the principles of good corporate governance as they are defined in
the Swiss Code of Best Practices for Corporate Governance issued by the Swiss business
federation, economiesuisse. Through this commitment, Oerlikon seeks to underpin the trust
placed in it by the company’s present and future shareholders, lenders, employees, business
partners and the general public. Responsible corporate governance requires transparency with
regard to the management organization and control mechanisms at the uppermost level of the
enterprise. Therefore, the SIX Swiss Exchange’s “Directive on Information relating to Corporate Governance” (DCG) requires issuers to make available to inves­tors certain key information, in an appropriate form, pertaining to corporate governance.

Directors' Dealings

The law requires that the members of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee Board notify the Swiss Stock Exchange in writing of any significant transactions associated with the Company’s shares and other financial tools.

Review submitted transactions with Oerlikon financial products on the Swiss Stock Exchange website: www.six-swiss-exchange.com

Articles of Association and Internal Regulations

  • pdf (4.5 MB)

    Articles of Association of OC Oerlikon Corporation AG, Pfäffikon

  • pdf (5.36 MB)

    Organizational and Governance Rules

  • pdf (230.33 KB)

    Strategy Committee Rules and Regulations

  • pdf (308.27 KB)

    HR Committee Rules and Regulations

  • pdf (254.88 KB)

    Audit & Finance Committee Rules and Regulations

  • pdf (42.98 KB)

    Code of Conduct

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