The main principles and rules governing our actions as well as the standards we sets ourselves in dealings with the ROTO Ecosystem are listed in the voluntary ROTO Code of Conduct.

As we want to make our performance measurable beyond market value and financial performance, we have defined our eight core themes, in which the 17 UN SDGs are integrated, and translated them into KPIs that are incorporated in our dashboard. In this manner, we are measuring our performance in all three ESG categories: environment, social and governance.


The monthly reporting guidelines on financial and non-financial items are determined and explained in the ROTO-accounting manual. Each Business Unit is responsible for their own financial reporting, the KPI reporting and their substantiation of their recorded results and expectations for the year end results. During the quarterly Business Unit reviews with the holding management, the results for each core theme objective are discussed, after which these are shared in the quarterly reporting to the Supervisory Board and shareholders. The Business Unit reporting with financial and non-financial results is supplemented by the full consolidated financial figures such as balance sheet, profit and loss accounts and cash flow statement. As well as the financial position of the company in terms of cash position, loan and covenant positions, investments in the reporting period and the expected investments for the coming periods. The Supervisory Board and the shareholders meet quarterly to discuss strategic plans, reported results and expectations for the coming periods.