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TRIVAGO N.V. filed this Form F-3 on 04/05/2018
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Article 4
4.1 The Management Board is charged with the management of the Company, subject to the restrictions contained in the Articles of Association, the Amended and Restated Shareholders' Agreement and these rules. In performing their duties, Managing Directors shall be guided by the interests of the Company and of the business connected with it.
4.2 Each Managing Director shall perform, and shall be responsible for, the tasks and duties allocated to him by the Management Board. Notwithstanding a Managing Director's own responsibility for tasks and duties assigned to him, each Managing Director should work with the other Managing Directors in a cooperative manner within the scope of the general tasks and duties of the Management Board as a whole. The Managing Directors are obliged to inform each other continuously on important business affairs, planning, developments and measures relating to the tasks and duties allocated to them, in particular on special risks or threatened losses, and are obliged to consult the other Managing Directors about issues of essential importance.
4.3 Each Managing Director is required to perform his tasks and duties for which he is responsible as Managing Director pursuant to this Article from the Company's principal offices in Germany (or otherwise from a location in Germany) and in accordance with the principles set forth in Appendix B.
4.4 The Management Board is responsible for the continuity of the Company and its business, focusing on long-term value creation for the Company and its business. The Management Board shall, under the supervision of the Supervisory Board, formulate and implement a strategy focus on long-term value creation that may, depending on market dynamics, continually require short-term adjustment.
4.5 The Management Board should engage the Supervisory Board at a timely stage in formulating the view on long-term value creation and the strategy for its realisation. The Management Board should submit the strategy, and the explanatory notes to that strategy, to the Supervisory Board for approval.
4.6 The Management Board shall provide the Supervisory Board with the information necessary for the performance of its tasks in a timely fashion. At least once per calendar quarter, the Management Board shall inform the Supervisory Board in writing of the main features of the strategic policy, the general and financial risks and the administration and control system of the Company. The Management Board shall attend any meetings that are from time to time convened by the Supervisory Board to discuss certain business with the Management Board, provided that all Managing Directors shall be given reasonable notice by or on behalf of the Supervisory Board of any such meeting at least one week in advance. The Management Board shall provide the Supervisory Board with any information reasonably requested by the Supervisory Board in advance of such meetings.
4.7 The Management Board should identify and analyse the risks associated with the Company's strategy and activities. It should set the rules within which the Company may accept risks and the control measures to counter those risks. The context for this analysis should be determined by aspects such as the Company's continuity, reputation, financial reporting, funding, operating activities and long-term value creation.
4.8 Based on the risk assessment referred to in Article 4.7, the Management Board should design, implement and maintain adequate internal risk management and control systems. As much as possible, these systems should form part of the work processes within the Company and - to the extent relevant - should be known at all levels within the enterprise affiliated with the Company. The internal risk management and control systems should be adjusted in response to incidents in a timely fashion.
4.9 The Management Board should monitor the operation of the internal risk management and control systems and, at least annually, carry out a systematic review of the effectiveness of the systems' design and operation. Such monitoring should cover all material control measures, including the financial, operational and compliance aspects, and take account of weaknesses observed and lessons learned, signals from whistleblowers and findings from the internal audit function and the external auditor. Where necessary, improvements should be made to internal risk management and control systems.
4.10 The Management Board should render account to the Supervisory Board and to the Company's audit committee of the effectiveness of the design and operation of the Company's internal risk management and control systems.