Remuneration of the Executive Board and the Supervisory Board

The essential features of the remuneration system as well as the disclosures on the remuneration of the Executive Board and the Supervisory Board for the 2022 fiscal year can be found in the remuneration report. The remuneration report was subject to a formal and substantive audit by the auditor PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft. The remuneration report is published as a separate document at

Acquisition or disposal of company shares (directors’ dealings)

Pursuant to Article 19 of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), board members and other managers (directors) and persons closely related thereto are legally obliged to disclose the acquisition or disposal of shares of Fraport AG or any financial instruments related thereto, if the value of the transactions undertaken exceeds the sum of €20,000 within one calendar year. The notifications in this respect are immediately disclosed by Fraport AG.

Shareholdings of the bodies

The total shareholdings of all members of the Executive Board and Supervisory Board amount to less than 1% of the total number of shares issued by Fraport AG.

Risk and opportunity management

For Fraport, corporate governance also means handling corporate risks and opportunities responsibly. For this reason, Fraport has introduced a comprehensive Group-wide risk and opportunity management system. The structure of the risk and opportunity management system and a report on key risks and corporate opportunities are presented in detail by the Executive Board in the combined management report for the fiscal year. Depending on their importance for the company, changes to key risks or significant opportunities opening up during the year are published either in an ad hoc disclosure or as part of the financial reporting during the year.

The Internal Audit System (IAS) and the Risk Management System (RMS) are implemented by means of guidelines within the Fraport Group. The measures required in order to meet the sustainability-related corporate goals are also subjected to an (ongoing) deviation analysis within the Risk Management System.

The processes, risks and audits within the IAS are reviewed and updated annually by way of adequacy checks. The effectiveness of the IAS is checked by means of an annual control self-assessment performed by the control officer and approved by the process owner (dual verification principle). The results of the control self-assessment are presented annually in the finance and audit committee. The IAS and the further development of the RMS are audited by the internal audit team.

The early risk recognition system is also part of the auditor’s annual audit. The effectiveness of the internal control and risk management system, the internal auditing system, and the audit of accounts is monitored by the Supervisory Board. At Fraport, the finance and audit committee of the Fraport AG Supervisory Board performs this task in accordance with Section 107(3) of the AktG.

Accounting and audit of accounts

Fraport prepares its consolidated financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) as applicable in the European Union, and the additional applicable requirements of German commercial law pursuant to Section 315e(1) of the HGB. A combined management report is prepared in accordance with Section 315(5) of the HGB. The annual financial statements of Fraport AG are prepared in accordance with the HGB. Further information on the accounting principles is available in the notes to the respective financial statements. The annual and consolidated financial statements are published within 90 days of the end of the fiscal year.

The annual and consolidated financial statements and the combined management report of Fraport are audited by an auditor in accordance with Section 316 of the HGB. On the basis of the AGM’s resolution, in the 2022 fiscal year this was PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main (hereinafter referred to as PwC), which is thus auditing Fraport for the tenth consecutive year. Prior to the submission of the nomination, the Supervisory Board and its audit committee obtained a declaration of independence from PwC. The audit of the consolidated financial statements and the combined management report was carried out in accordance with Section 317 of the HGB and the EU Audit Regulation (No. 537/2014, hereinafter referred to as “EU Audit Regulation”) and in compliance with German Generally Accepted Standards for Financial Statement Audits promulgated by the Institut der Wirtschaftsprüfer [Institute of Public Auditors in Germany] (IDW). It was agreed with the auditor that the latter would immediately inform the Fraport AG Supervisory Board of any possible grounds for disqualification or bias arising during the audit, provided that these were not remedied immediately. The auditor shall also immediately report on all findings and incidents arising during the audit of the consolidated financial statements and the combined management report which are significant for the tasks of the Supervisory Board. In addition, the auditor must inform the Supervisory Board and record in the audit report if it finds facts that reveal an inaccuracy in the statement of compliance submitted by the Executive Board and Supervisory Board in accordance with Section 161 of the AktG while performing the audit of the consolidated financial statements and the combined management report.

During the year, the auditor also participated in meetings with the finance and audit committee regarding the Group interim financial statements, and meetings with the Fraport AG Supervisory Board regarding the annual and consolidated financial statements. In accordance with Recommendation D.10 of the GCGC, the finance and audit committee discussed with the auditor the audit risk assessment, the audit strategy and audit planning, and the audit results. The Chair of the audit committee, Dr. Haase, regularly discussed the progress of the audit with the auditor and reported to the committee on this. The finance and audit committee consults with the external auditors on a regular basis also without the Executive Board.

A cyclical change of auditors is planned for the 2023 fiscal year. For this purpose, a selection process was carried out by the finance and audit committee in 2022. After completion of the tender process, the finance and audit committee submitted a reasoned recommendation to the Supervisory Board with two candidates and a preference for proposing one candidate to the 2023 Annual General Meeting. The Supervisory Board then resolved to propose Deloitte GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main, to the Annual General Meeting for election as auditors for the 2023 financial year.

Disclosure of the joint statement on corporate governance and corporate governance report

The Executive Board disclosed the joint statement on corporate governance on March 13, 2023, at