19.03.2019 - Corporate

Meyer Burger – Sentis Capital PCC requests agenda items for the Annual General Meeting of 2 May 2019

 

Press Release

Thun, 19 March 2019

 

 

Meyer Burger – Sentis Capital PCC requests agenda items for the Annual General Meeting of 2 May 2019

 

 

Meyer Burger Technology AG (SIX Swiss Exchange: MBTN) has received a request from Sentis Capital PCC (“Sentis”) for agenda items for the Annual General Meeting of 2 May 2019. Sentis requests several changes of the Articles of Association: cancellation of the authorised capital, amendment of the percentage limit regarding shareholders’ rights to convene a general meeting, amendment of the percentage limit of shareholders’ rights to request that matters be put on the agenda and introduction of a period between the publication of the annual report and the date of the Annual General Meeting, change of the number of permitted mandates outside Meyer Burger Group as well as the introduction of a maximum number of years that the statutory auditors can be mandated.

The Board of Directors will examine these requests and will comment on it in due course.

Contacts:

Ingrid Carstensen

Head of Corporate Communications

Phone: +41 (0)33 221 28 34

ingrid.carstensen@meyerburger.com

Stefan Diepenbrock

Senior Corporate Communications Manager

Phone: +41 (0)33 221 27 85

stefan.diepenbrock@meyerburger.com

 

 





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