|TRIVAGO N.V. filed this Form F-3 on 04/05/2018|
a. in which a Supervisory Director personally has a material financial interest; or
b. which has a member of its management board or its supervisory board who is related under family law to a Supervisory Director.
A Conflict of Interests shall not be considered to exist by reason only of a Supervisory Director's affiliation with a direct or indirect shareholder of the Company.
7.3 A Supervisory Director should immediately report any actual or potential Conflict of Interests in a transaction that is of material significance to the Company and/or to such Supervisory Director to the Chairman and should provide all relevant information in that regard. If the Chairman has an actual or potential Conflict of Interests as described in the previous sentence, he should report this immediately to the Vice-Chairman. The Supervisory Board should decide, outside the presence of the Supervisory Director concerned, whether there is a Conflict of Interests.
7.4 All transactions in which there are Conflicts of Interests with Supervisory Directors should be agreed on terms that are customary in the market. Decisions to enter into transactions in which there are Conflicts of Interests with Supervisory Directors that are of material significance to the Company and/or to the relevant Supervisory Director shall require the approval of the Supervisory Board.
OWNERSHIP OF AND TRADING IN FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS
8.1 The Supervisory Directors shall be subject to the Company's insider trading policy.
8.2 In addition, each Supervisory Director shall practice great reticence:
a. when conducting a transaction in shares or other financial instruments issued by, or relating to, another listed company if this could reasonably create the appearance of such Supervisory Director possessing, or being able to possess, price-sensitive information concerning such company; and
b. in the ownership of and trading in shares or other financial instruments issued by, or relating to, another listed company which is a direct competitor of the Company.
The General Meeting may grant a compensation to the Supervisory Directors.
10.1 The Supervisory Board should ensure that it functions effectively. For this purpose, the Supervisory Board may establish Committees to prepare the Supervisory Board's decision-making. This shall not diminish the responsibility of the Supervisory Board as a corporate body or the individual Supervisory Directors for obtaining information and forming an independent opinion.
10.2 The Supervisory Board has established the Audit Committee and the Compensation Committee and may establish such other Committees as deemed to be necessary or appropriate by the Supervisory Board.
10.3 All Committees are subject to their respective Committee Charters.
10.4 Article 6 (including the requirement for meetings, except for exceptional circumstances, to be held in Germany) applies mutatis mutandis to the decision-making of a Committee, provided that:
a. references to the Chairman should be interpreted as being references to the chairman of the relevant Committee; and