The Executive Board is the governing body of SAP SE. Subject to the requirements of stock corporation law, the Executive Board is committed to SAP's interests and bound by SAP company policy. It provides the Supervisory Board with regular, prompt, and comprehensive reports about all essential issues of business, corporate strategy, and potential risks.
According to SAP's Articles of Incorporation the Executive Board comprises at least two members. The Supervisory Board determines the exact number and appoints Executive Board members for a maximum of five years, but members can be reappointed.
Detailed Information about individual Executive Board members' remuneration contains the SAP Compensation Report. Further, please refer to note 27 of the Notes to the Financial Statements in the Annual Report, which explains the stock-based compensation plans.