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Notes on the staff and management
18 Staff numbers
EURm 2014
Average during
the year
Average during
the year
Full-time staff 52 51
Part-time staff 5 2
Temporary staff 2 3
Total 59 56
19 Board fees and management remuneration
EUR thousand 2014 2013
Managing Director Kari Stadigh 3,653 3,530
Members of the Board of Directors
Björn Wahlroos 160 160
Anne Brunila 80 80
Jannica Fagerholm 80 80
Adine Grate Axén 80 80
Veli-Matti Mattila 80 80
Eira Palin-Lehtonen 80 80
Per Arthur Sørlie 80 80
Matti Vuoria 100 100
In addition to the above, the company has in accordance with the decision of the Annual General Meeting in 2014 compensated transfer tax of in total EUR 4,628.24 related to the acquisition of the company shares (EUR 1,277.27 pertaining to the Chairman, EUR 797.86 pertaining to the Vice Chairman and EUR 2,553.11 pertaining to the other Finnish members of the Board).
Pension liability
The retirement age of the Managing Director is 60 years, when the pension benefit is 60% of the pensionable salary.
20 Pension contributions to the CEO, deputy CEO and the members of the board
EUR thousand Supplementary
pension costs
pension costs
Pension contributions paid during the year
Chairman of the Board - - -
Other Members of the Board - - -
President/CEO1) 1,001 139 1,139
Deputy CEO - - -
Former Chairmen of the Board
Kalevi Keinänen 2) 18 - 18
Former Presidents/CEO:s
Harri Hollmen 3) 38 - 38
1,057 139 1,196
1) According to his current agreement the Group CEO is entitled to retire in December 2015 when he turns 60. The pension benefit is 60 per cent of his pensionable salary. The pensionable salary includes fixed salary, fringe benefits, holiday pay and short-term incentives and is calculated as an average of two out of the four last full years, where the best and the worst year are left out. To replace the defined benefit supplementary pension agreement stipulated in the service contract for the Group CEO currently in force, a new defined contribution pension agreement will be signed as of 1 January 2016. The annual cost of the agreement for Sampo will be 400,000 euros.
2) Group pension agreement with a retirement age of 60 years and a pension benefit of 66 per cent of the pensionable TyEL-salary (TyEL: Employee's Pension Act). The supplementary cost pertains to a yearly index adjustement.
3) Group pension agreement with a retirement age of 60 and a pension benefit of 60 per cent of the pensionable TyEL-salary. The supplementary cost pertains to a yearly index adjustement.
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