Henkel Annual Report 2011


Shareholders' Committee remuneration

 

Cash components

   

in euros

 

Fixed fee

Dividend
bonus

Fee for subcommittee
activity1

Total cash
emoluments

Value of
long-term
incentive2

Total
remuneration

Dr. Simone Bagel-Trah, Chair (Chair HR Subcommittee)

2011100000100000200000400000

400000
2010100000100000200000400000

400000

Dr. Christoph Henkel,
Vice-chair (Chair Finance Subcommittee)

2011

75,000

75,000

200,000

350000

350,000

20107500075000200000350000

350000

Dr. Paul Achleitner
(Member Finance Subcommittee)

20115000050000100000200000

200000
20105000050000100000200000

200000

Boris Canessa (Member HR Subcommittee)

20115000050000100000200000

200000
20105000050000100000200000

200000

Stefan Hamelmann
(Vice-chair Finance Subcommittee)

20115000050000100000200000

200000
20105000050000100000200000

200000

Dr. Ulrich Hartmann (until April 18, 2010)
(Member Finance Subcommittee)

2011

201014795147952959059180

59180

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Lehner
(Member Finance Subcommittee)

20115000050000100000200000

200000
20105000050000100000200000

200000

Dr. Norbert Reithofer
(since April 11, 2010)
(Member Finance Subcommittee)

2011363013630172603145205

145205
2010

Konstantin von Unger
(Vice-chair HR Subcommittee)

20115000050000100000200000

200000
20105000050000100000200000

200000

Karel Vuursteen
(Member HR Subcommittee)

20115000050000100000200000

200000
20105000050000100000200000

200000

Werner Wenning
(Member HR Subcommittee)

20115000050000100000200000

200000
20105000050000100000200000

200000

Total

201156130156130111726032295205

2295205
201053979553979511295902209180

2209180
1
Proportional fixed fee and dividend bonus.
2
The dividend bonus and LTI for a reference year is limited to 50,000 euros (cap) for a simple member. Therefore, the dividend bonus of 64,800 euros that mathematically results from a dividend of 0.80 euros per preferred share has been reduced to 50,000 euros. With the cap coming into play for reference year 2011, there is no LTI payable, hence the absence of an LTI figure.