Corporate Governance - AMG Corporate

Corporate Governance

AMG Critical Materials N.V. (« AMG ») endorses good corporate governance, with a focus on independence, accountability and transparency. AMG aims to be as open and transparent as possible about its structure, financial reporting, internal controls, tax reporting and procedures.


AMG Critical Materials N.V. is a company organized under Dutch law (the Company) and is the parent company of the AMG Group. The Company was established in 2006 as the holding company for the AMG Group companies and its shares were first listed on the Euronext Stock Exchange in Amsterdam in July 2007. In this report the Company, as a Dutch listed company, sets forth and explains its overall corporate governance structure.

Information on the Company’s Shares

As of December 31, 2023, the total issued share capital of AMG amounts to €650,083.28 consisting of 32,504,164 ordinary shares of €0.02 each. Each ordinary share carries one vote. The ordinary shares are listed on Euronext Amsterdam. The ordinary shares are freely transferable. All ordinary shares carry equal rights. There are no restrictions on voting rights. Shareholders who hold ordinary shares on a predetermined record date are entitled to attend and vote at the General Meeting of Shareholders regardless of a sale of shares after such date.

Speak Up & Reporting

AMG’s global Speak Up & Reporting Policy provides guidance to every employee, contractor or third party, including suppliers, customers, communities and stakeholders, about how to voice concerns relating to AMG’s business or people in confidence and without fear of retaliation.

Employees and contractors are encouraged to first report concerns to the relevant managers or supervisors at their office or industrial site since they are usually best equipped to resolve concerns quickly and effectively. They can also reach out to our local Compliance Officers or representatives nominated at our sites and industrial bases to receive concerns. If requested, any concern received will be treated confidentially, and concerns can also be reported to them anonymously, for example from an anonymized email address.

If a concern remains unresolved or someone feels uncomfortable using these local channels or for other reasons, a report can always be made to AMG’s Chief Compliance Officer in Amsterdam, the Netherlands by sending an email to or calling +31 20 7147140.