The Management Board and Supervisory Board of UniCredit Bank Austria AG have passed a resolution in 2014 to revoke the voluntary submission to the Austrian Code of Corporate Governance. The responsible and sustainable management of the company in terms of good corporate governance is nevertheless still ensured.

Articles of Associations and Code of Ethics

Articles of Associations and Code of Ethics

Learn more on UniCredit's purpose and regulations that govern our company.
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Related parties

Related parties

Learn more on standards and rules to monitor the risk arising from situations of possible conflict of interest.
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Directors' Dealings

Pursuant to Art 19 of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), (EU) Nr. 596/2014, persons discharging managerial responsibilities (Members of the Management and Supervisory Board), as well as persons closely associated with them, must notify the Austrian Financial Market Authority (FMA) as the competent authority and the issuer in respect of every transaction conducted on their own account relating to shares or debt instruments of that issuer or to derivatives or other financial instruments linked hereto no later than 3 business days after the date of the transaction.

Since the coming into force of MAR on July 3, 2016, UniCredit Bank Austria AG made no notification of proprietary transactions.

Articles of Association

Articles of Association are rules for a company laid down by its shareholders. The Articles of Association must meet the minimum requirements defined by law.

The Articles of Association of UniCredit Bank Austria AG include rules concerning the company's object of business, the amount of its share capital, the composition of its Managing Board and Supervisory Board, and the class of the company's shares.

Here you can download the current version of the Articles of Association (translation from German).

Articles of Association (as of 21.04.2023)

Disclosure pursuant to § 65a BWG

Here you may find the information which needs to be disclosed pursuant to Article 65a of the Austrian Banking Act (Bankwesengesetz/BWG).

Disclosure pursuant to Article 65a of the Austrian Banking Act (PDF; 95 KB)

Code of Conduct

According to Article 7 of the Austrian Lobbying and Special Interest Group Transparency Act (short "Lobby Act"), companies which employ corporate lobbyists have to take a code of conduct as a basis for their lobbying activities.

→ Code of conduct of UniCredit Bank Austria AG (PDF)

Announcement according to § 43 BaSAG

Group financial support agreement

Neither UniCredit Bank Austria AG nor other companies included in its group of credit institutions are a party to a group financial support agreement.
Confirmation pursuant to § 2 Anlageverordnung

Here you may find the confirmation pursuant to § 2 Abs. 1 Nr. 18 Buchstabe b Anlageverordnung (AnlV) – in German language.
Confirmation regarding own funds and liquidity rules