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Sample Template for XXX Co., Ltd. Remuneration Committee Charter  CH

Amended Date: 2017.11.23 
Categories: Corporate Governance
Article 7     (Scope of duties)
    The Committee shall exercise the care of a good administrator to faithfully perform the following duties and present its recommendations to the board of directors for discussion. However, recommendations regarding compensation for supervisors may be submitted to the board of directors for discussion only when the board of directors is expressly authorized to resolve on that matter by the articles of incorporation or by a resolution of the shareholders meeting:
  1. Periodically reviewing this Charter and making recommendations for amendments.
  2. Establishing and periodically reviewing the performance assessment standards, annual and long-term performance goals, and the policies, systems, standards, and structure for the compensation of the directors, supervisors, and managerial officers of this Corporation, and disclose the contents of the performance assessment standards in the annual report.
  3. Periodically assessing the degree to which performance goals for the directors, supervisors, and managerial officers of this Corporation have been achieved, setting the types and amounts of their individual compensation based on the results of the reviews conducted in accordance with the performance assessment standards. The annual report shall disclose the results of the individual performance assessments of the directors, supervisors and managerial officers and the connection between and reasonableness of the contents and amounts of their individual compensation and performance assessment results, and making a report at a shareholders' meeting.
    The Committee shall perform the duties under the preceding paragraph in accordance with the following principles:
  1. Ensuring that the compensation arrangements of this Corporation comply with applicable laws and regulations and are sufficient to recruit outstanding talent.
  2. Performance assessments and compensation levels of directors, supervisors, and managerial officers shall take into account the general pay levels in the industry, individual performance assessment results, the time spent by the individual and their responsibilities, the extent of goal achievement, their performance in other positions, and the compensation paid to employees holding equivalent positions in recent years. Also to be evaluated are the reasonableness of the correlation between the individual's performance and this Corporation's operational performance and future risk exposure, with respect to the achievement of short-term and long-term business goals and the financial position of this Corporation.
  3. There shall be no incentive for the directors or managerial officers to pursue compensation by engaging in activities that exceed the tolerable risk level of this Corporation.
  4. For directors and senior managerial officers, the percentage of remuneration to be distributed based on their short-term performance and the time for payment of any variable compensation shall be decided with regard to the characteristics of the industry and the nature of this Corporation's business.
  5. Reasonableness shall be taken into account when the contents and amounts of the compensation of the directors, supervisors, and managerial officers are set. It is not advisable for decisions on the compensation of the directors, supervisors, and managerial officers to run contrary to financial performance to a material extent. It is not advisable for said compensation to be higher than that in the preceding year in the event of a material decline in profits or of long-term losses. If it is still higher than that in the preceding year, the reasonableness shall be explained in the annual report and reported at a shareholders' meeting.
  6. No member of the Committee may participate in discussion and voting when the Committee is deciding on that member's individual compensation.
    "Compensation" as used in the preceding two paragraphs includes cash compensation, stock options, profit sharing and stock ownership, retirement benefits or severance pay, allowances or stipends of any kind, and other substantive incentive measures. Its scope shall be consistent with the compensation for directors, supervisors, and managerial officers as set out in the Regulations Governing Information to be Published in Annual Reports of Public Companies.
    If the decision-making and handling of any matter relating to the remuneration of directors and managerial officers of a subsidiary is delegated to the subsidiary but requires ratification by the board of directors of this Corporation, the Committee shall be asked to make recommendations before the matter is submitted to the board of directors for deliberation.