The compensation system complies with the requirements of the German Stock Corporation Act, in particular the requirements of the Act Implementing the Shareholder Rights Directive II (SRD II), and is based on the recommendations of the GCGC as amended on December 16, 2019. The compensation system of the Managing Board is an important element of the Group’s orientation and is intended to significantly contribute to driving operational performance and the successful execution of the Group strategy, and thus to the long-term success of HUGO BOSS. It is intended to support successful and sustainable corporate management. The compensation of the members of the Managing Board is therefore linked to the short- and long-term development of the Company. By selecting suitable performance criteria, important incentives are simultaneously set for the successful execution of the “CLAIM 5” strategy.
This means that the compensation of the members of the Managing Board is made up of non-performancerelated and performance-related components. The target total compensation of the Managing Board consists of fixed compensation, fringe benefits, pension commitments, the target amount of the short-term incentive (STI) and the target amount of the long-term incentive (LTI), and thus mainly comprises performance-related compensation elements. The aim is to strengthen the performance aspect of the compensation system. The proportion of the target amount of the LTI, which has a total term of four years, in the total target compensation exceeds that of the STI (ratio of around 60:40). This is intended to ensure that the compensation structure as a whole is geared toward a sustainable and long-term successful business development.
Details on this topic may be found in the Compensation Report of our Annual Report 2021.