Emmi general meeting approves all proposals

By Jim Cornall contact

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The shareholders of Swiss dairy company Emmi AG have approved all the proposals put forward by the board of directors at the company’s 29th annual general meeting.

Due to the business results in 2021, the dividend will be increased to CHF14.00 ($15.01) per registered share (previous year: CHF13.00/$13.94). The meeting also elected Hubert Muff and Werner Weiss to the board of directors. They will replace Thomas Oehen-Bühlmann and Franz Steiger, who will not be standing for re-election.

“On behalf of the entire board of directors, I would like to thank our shareholders for their ongoing high level of trust they place in Emmi, and particularly in these continued challenging times,”​ said Konrad Graber, chairman of the board of directors of Emmi AG.

All proposals put forward by the board were approved at the meeting. The management report, the consolidated financial statements and the 2021 financial statements were approved, and discharge was granted to the members of the board of directors for their services during financial year 2021.

The shareholders approved the board proposals for all items concerning election to the board of directors, as all seven members standing for re-election were individually re-elected.

Emmi will publish its 2022 half-year results on August 18, 2022.

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