Ascom General Meeting: Cornelia Gehrig elected as a new member of the Board
The Annual General Meeting of Shareholders of Ascom Holding AG, which was held on 10 April 2013 in Berne, Switzerland, was attended by 137 shareholders representing 17'859'624 votes or 49.6% of the share capital.
The General Meeting approved the proposal of the Board of Directors to pay out an amount of CHF 0.35 per share out of reserves from capital contribution for the fiscal year 2012, corresponding to a pay-out ratio of 60%.
The General Meeting further approved all other proposals submitted by the Board of Directors and granted discharge to the Board of Directors. The five existing members of the Board, Juhani Anttila, Dr J.T. Bergqvist, Kenth-Ake Jönsson, Paul E. Otth and Andreas Umbach were re-elected as members of the Board of Directors for another term of office of one year by a large majority of the votes represented. The Board of Directors has confirmed Juhani Anttila as Chairman of the Board. Cornelia Gehrig was elected as a new member of the Board of Directors.
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