The corporate governance system of DTEK Group is established in accordance with the best global standards of public international corporations, which contributes to implementing the company’s strategic development priorities.
Strategic Holding DTEK B.V. exercises general management of operating holdings.
At the same time, the supervisory board provides strategic management of the corresponding line of business and monitors managerial actions. Since 2008, DTEK has been putting independent directors on the supervisory boards of the operating holdings.
Management boards are the executive bodies of the companies responsible for managing day-to-day activities and implementing the strategy approved by the supervisory boards.
The quality of the corporate governance contributes to the sustainability development and improvement of the company’s investment attractiveness. It also gives additional assurances to shareholders, partners, customers and contributes to the strengthening of the internal control system.
According to the Law “On the Electricity Market”, the companies shall separate distribution system operators from electric power production, transmission and supply operations by establishing the corresponding business entities. These changes are an integral part of the energy reform, which is aimed at transition to the electric power market by the European model. DTEK Group makes relevant changes to its activities. Kyivenergo, DTEK Dniprooblenergo, and DTEK Donetskoblenergo have performed the separation of operations. The power distribution and electric grids operation functions shall be further performed by DTEK Kyivs’ki elektromerezhi, DTEK Dnipro Grids, and DTEK Donetsk Grids, respectively. The supply of electric power to consumers in Kyiv, Dnipro Region and Donetsk Region shall be provided by Kyiv Energy Services, Dnipro Energy Services, and Donetsk Energy Services, respectively. It is expected to complete the transition to the new distribution business model by the end of 2018.
* On March 15, 2017, the company declared that it had lost control over the companies and their assets located in the areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions temporarily not controlled by the Ukrainian government.
** On January 21, 2015, the Crimean self-proclaimed government started to consider the movable and immovable property of DTEK Krymenergo as the property of the Republic of Crimea.
Corporate rights to Mine Office Obukhovskaya JSC and Donskoy Anthracite JSC belong to DTEK B.V. (Netherlands).