Chairman of the supervisory board Jeroen van der Veer ING at the end of this month to give an explanation to the parliament about the increase in salary of chief executive Ralph Hamers. Yesterday it became known that Hammers his wages rise from 2 to more than 3 million euro.
Mps had hoped for about the next week already, with Van der Veer to speak, but the bankvoorzitter is ‘not available’. On march 28, manage it for the representatives of the people to speak to.
The shareholders may at a meeting of 23 april to comment on the salary increase. Nearly the whole of the Second Chamber crowd Thursday behind the call of Bart Snels (GroenLinks), to speak out against the pay raise. Finis insisted Friday in the hearing ‘short-term’ to take place.
Prime minister Mark Rutte condemned the hefty salary increase. “Banks are not ordinary companies. They are in fact ” a sort of semi-government institutions’ and therefore have not the same freedom as other companies to make the reward of their eastman to adopt’.
Rutte pointed out that banks, as soon as they are in danger, still the government for support questions. That has ING almost ten years ago. The government is in such a situation are often obliged to financially jump to avoid the banks fail, especially if the major systemic banks.
ING conducted last year, a restructuring in our country.