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Performance and remuneration

Ageas’s remuneration policy is a tailor-made methodology to evaluate both the performance of Ageas and its executives and employees. In addition to performance incentives, careful attention is given to the Group values.

Remuneration policy for Board members and Group Executive Committee members Remuneration policy for Board members and Group Executive Committee members

The current remuneration policy came into force as of 1 January 2010 and was adopted by the General Meetings of Shareholders on 28 and 29 April 2010 in respectively Brussels and Utrecht.

Remuneration reports

The following notes contain detailed information on the remuneration of individual members of Ageas’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee members.

Remuneration in 2016 Remuneration in 2016
Remuneration in 2015 Remuneration in 2015
Remuneration in 2014 Remuneration in 2014
Remuneration in 2013 Remuneration in 2013
Remuneration in 2012 Remuneration in 2012
Remuneration in 2011 Remuneration in 2011
Remuneration in 2010 Remuneration in 2010
Remuneration in 2009 Remuneration in 2009