Corporate Governance

Good corporate governance is important to ensure that Storebrand can achieve its defined goals, including the best possible utilisation of resources and good value creation. The Storebrand Group works continuously on improving both the overall decision-making processes and the day-to-day management of the company.

Odd Arild Grefstad
CEO Storebrand

Investor Relations

As a large stock exchange listed company and an important participant in society, Storebrand is committed to building good relationships with its stakeholders, who include shareholders, corporate bodies, management, employees, customers, lenders, and society as a whole.

Building good relationships

Corporate governance plays a central role in this objective, and defines the legal and operational framework by which Storebrand directs and controls its activities in order to create value for its stakeholders. Our dialogue with these stakeholders is a central part of our corporate responsibility.

An in-house Corporate Governance committee, established in 2006, is responsible for ensuring good corporate governance practice across the Storebrand Group.

On these pages and in our annual reports you will find updated and detailed information about Storebrand's corporate governance, including information about Storebrand's executive management and corporate bodies.

Storebrand Annual Reports

Executive Management

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for the daily management of the operations in the Storebrand Group. The Group's senior management consists of leaders of key business areas and functions in Storebrand.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is responsible for the Group's management and monitoring the administration of the Group. The Board has appointed four committees: The Strategy Committee, the Audit Committee, the Risk Committee and the Remuneration Committee.