It is RIAS’ ambition to maintain the position as the main supplier of semi-finished plastic in Denmark as well as to use the possibilities at the Scandinavian market.
RIAS wishes to increase the market value through organic growth and the expansion of existing business areas and to provide shareholders with a competitive return on their invested capital.
RIAS A/S is quoted at the Copenhagen Stock Exchange with thyssenkrupp Facilities Service GmbH as the main shareholder. RIAS is part of the 9 companies within thyssenkrupp Plastic supplying the international market with semi-finished plastic.
The share capital of RIAS is divided in non-convertible A and B shares.
The following companies have informed to own 5% or more of the capital;
9 December 2021
Board Meeting with publication of Annual Report
18 January 2022
Board Meeting with publication of Interim Report
18 January 2022
Annual General Meeting in RIAS A/S
18 May 2022
Board Meeting with publication of Half-year Report
24 August 2022
Publication of Interim Report
RIAS A/S aims to meet the high standard within Corporate Governance. The management in RIAS A/S continuously deals with the development on this area, hereunder the development in legislation, recommendations and best practice.
The Board of Directors in RIAS A/S continuously deals with “Recommendations for Corporate Governance” implemented by NASDAQ Copenhagen. Some of the recommendations have been complied, but there are some which the Board of Directors has chosen not to follow. With reference to a “comply or explain” principle NASDAQ Copenhagen has stated that it is not crucial if a company choose to comply the recommendations or choose to explain why the recommendations is not complied.
For further information is available in the statutory annual corporate governance statement, cf. Section 107b of the Danish Financial Statements Act covering the financial period October 1st to September 30th.
For information about the company’s management structure is contained in the statement on corporate governance being part of the annual report.
Approved at the Company's Annual General Meeting held on January 29, 2020.
The management of RIAS has not adopted policies on CSR. As a consequence of the development in society and the conditions in the company RIAS has acted on the influence of the surrounding society and the company’s social responsibility.
RIAS has during the past years adopted an attitude and culture to the social responsibility based on extern conditions, hereunder dialogue between the management and the staff expressed in the daily work in the way the company act intern and act extern both when it comes to customers, suppliers, advisors, shareholders and the surrounding society.
CSR is an integrated component in RIAS A/S’ overall business strategy. We strongly focus on long term solutions which are sustainable financially, socially as well as the climate. Therefore we provide that CSR is part of the management foundation.
Our effort on CSR is central to achieve our vision as the most attractive supplier of quality semi-finished plastic in the North and in the effort to secure profitable growth and a dynamic and innovative approach to the business development.
Social responsibility is closely combined to a healthy business development and we therefore approach to be one step ahead on the development of society in the effort to offer sustainable solutions and services as in internal processes to extern partners. We call to sustainable and responsible behavior in the areas where we can make a difference.
We consider our role as a good player in society as serious and contribute active in creating safety and welfare in the societies we take part in by being in continuously dialogue with public authorities, business as well as nonprofit organizations and research units.
By this we have a sturdy platform where we can meet the future challenges and plastic related needs in a sustainable way.
Astrid Meicherczyk (1968)
CEO Operating Unit Plastics Europe, thyssenkrupp Materials Services GmbH
Chairman. Joined the Board of Directors in September 2021
Steen Raagaard Andersen (1955)
Lawyer and Partner, Lund Elmer Sandager, Copenhagen
Vice-chairman. Joined the Board of Directors in January 2011
Nicolas Neuwirth (1965)
CEO, thyssenkrupp Plastics GmbH, Essen
Member of the Board of Directors. Joined the Board of Directors in January 2022
Dieter Wetzel (1961)
Member of the Board of Directors of: thyssenkrupp Otto Wolff N.V./S.A., Mechelen, Belgium
Member of the Board of Directors. Joined the Board of Directors in January 2010
Søren Koustrup (1958)
Member of the Board of Directors, employee representative. Joined the Board of Directors in December 2011.
June Svendsen (1970)
Member of the Board of Directors, employee representative. Joined the Board of Directors in December 2014.
Number of members
The board of directors consists of four members elected by the general meeting and two representatives elected by the employees.
Number of meetings
The board of directors meets four times a year for an annual fixed schedule.
Guidelines for election of employee representatives for board of directors
In accordance with Danish legislation the employees are given the right to elect employees as members of the board of directors. The employees in RIAS have chosen to use this right.
Policy on Gender Composition
Policy on Gender Composition of the Board and Management.
RIAS A/S's Extraordinary General Meeting will be held on Tuesday, 1 March 2022 at 10:00 a.m. in the offices of the Company at 11, Industrivej, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark.Notice to Convene the Extraordinary General Meeting
Shareholders wishing to attend the Extraordinary General Meeting must request an admission card no later than Friday 25 February 2022 at 23:59 p.m. (Danish time).
Requests for participation are made electronically by the shareholder portal or by filling in the form sent by post.
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Practical information: Coffee, tea, cake and other refreshments will not be served.
Passed at the General Meetings of the Company, latest the General Meeting 1 March 2022.