By Xavier Counasse and Joel Matriche
Lhe Walloon administration in charge of controlling mandates seems to have carefully checked the income for the year 2020 of public administrators. Because alongside the Ogeo and Integrale files (read elsewhere), she identified another “irregularity” by going through the amounts declared by the directors of the Liège company Nethys. Are concerned, in this case, the president Laurent Levaux and the vice-president Bernard Thiry. The governance decree grants, for these two key positions on the board of directors (CA), a maximum fixed remuneration of 34,133 euros per year for the presidency (amount 2020), and 75% of this sum for the vice-presidency. The other directors must make do with a token of 213.36 euros per meeting.
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