Allreal Holding AG’s Shareholders approve all Proposals by Board of Directors

Ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 LR

Zurich, 24 April 2020: At its 21st orderly Shareholders’ Meeting, Allreal Holding AG’s shareholders approved all proposals put forward by the Board of Directors, including a pay-out of in total CHF 6.75 per registered share.

Allreal Holding AG’s 21st orderly Shareholders’ Meeting was carried out in Zurich today without the physical presence of shareholders. The shareholder votes represented by the independent voting proxy corresponded to 70.6 percent of the company’s voting share capital, or 83.1 percent of the registered voting share capital.

The Shareholders’ Meeting approved the 2019 annual accounts and the pay-out of CHF 6.75 in total per registered share in the form of an orderly dividend amounting to CHF 3.50 and distribution out of reserves from capital contributions of CHF 3.25 per registered share.

The shareholders re-elected Ralph-Thomas Honegger as chairman of the Board of Directors. They also confirmed the election of the other members of the Board, namely Philipp Gmür, Andrea Sieber, Peter Spuhler, Olivier Steimer, Thomas Stenz and Jürg Stöckli.

The proposals concerning amendments to the articles of incorporation gained strong support, for instance for the creation of authorized capital of nominal CHF 1 million and adjustment to conditional capital of nominal CHF 1 million.

The pay-out of in total CHF 6.75 gross per registered share (or CHF 5.25 net following deduction of withholding tax) will be carried out on 30 April 2020.

The 22nd orderly Shareholders’ Meeting of Allreal Holding AG is scheduled for 16 April 2021 in Zurich.

 

For further information:

Allreal Group
Roger Herzog
CEO
Tel. +41 44 319 12 04
Mobile +41 79 430 57 70
E-Mail roger.herzog@allreal.ch

Allreal Group
Reto Aregger
Chief Communications Officer
Tel. +41 44 319 12 67
Mobile +41 79 325 55 58
E-Mail reto.aregger@allreal.ch 

 

Allreal Group
Allreal combines a stable-income property portfolio with the activities of a general contractor (development and realisation). The company’s property portfolio is worth over CHF 5.1 billion. During the 2021 financial year, the volume of projects completed by the Projects & Development division amounted to CHF 343 million. The property company employs more than 250 members of staff across Zurich, Basel, Bern and Geneva. With its registered office on Glattpark, Allreal operates exclusively in Switzerland. Shares in Allreal Holding AG are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

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