Fugro has a two-tier management structure, consisting of a Board of Management and a Supervisory Board.
The Board of Management is responsible for the strategy, policies and results of Fugro. Managing directors are appointed by the shareholders. The shareholders may at any time suspend and dismiss managing directors. A managing director is appointed for a maximum period of four years. The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has the ultimate responsibility for the management of the company and its performance.
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Director Marine Division
Director Land Division
The Supervisory Board is responsible for supervising the Company's management and the Company's general affairs and the business connected with it, and for advising the Board of Management. In performing its duties, the Supervisory Board shall be guided by the interests of the Company and its business, and shall take into account the relevant interests of the Company’s stakeholders.
Chairman supervisory board
Chairman nomination committee; Chairman ad interim remuneration committee
Vice-chairman supervisory board
Chairman audit committee
Member remuneration committee; Member nomination committee
Member audit committee
Member nomination committee, member remuneration committee