The Assembly is made up of all members of the Consortium. It approves the financial statements, elects the members of the Board of Directors and rules on other matters referred to it by the Board.
Elected by the Assembly of Consortium Members, the Board of Directors has full power over the ordinary and extraordinary management of the Consortium, including the task of ruling on the admission of new Consortium members.
Elected from among the members of the Board of Directors, the Chairman is the legal representative of the Consortium and is responsible for ensuring that the Consortium operates in accordance with the resolutions adopted by the Board, among other responsibilities.
Appointed by the Board of Directors, the GM has sole functional autonomy in managing the Consortium. The GM is the head of personnel and is responsible for protection and monitoring services They are also the signatory and legal representative of the Consortium when it comes to the acts for which it is responsible in accordance with the Articles of Association and all acts of ordinary administration, as well as for any activities expressly delegated to them by the Board of Directors. The General Manager implements the resolutions of the consortium bodies and manages the operational structure of the Consortium, which is itself divided into six areas, namely brand protection, marketing and external relations, administrative services, environmental services, technical services and technical secretariat services.
The value chain management committee, made up of equal numbers of breeders, abattoir representatives and prosciutto producers, provides guidance and consultancy services for consortium members with regard to the value chain and in relation to the application of the Production Specifications and regulations adopted by the Consortium.