Shareholders approve all proposals.

Ad hoc announcement pursuant to section 53 of the Listing Rules

The shareholders of Feintool International Holding AG approved all proposals listed at the Annual General Meeting of Shareholders on 28 April 2022.

At the Annual General Meeting of Feintool International Holding AG on 28 April 2022, the shareholders gave the nod to the annual report and annual financial statements for 2021. The dividend payment of CHF 1 per share was also approved.

All Board of Directors members standing for re-election, namely Alexander von Witzleben, Christian Mäder, Dr. Marcus Bollig, Norbert Indlekofer and Heinz Loosli, were confirmed in their positions.

At the Annual General Meeting, the shareholders further resolved to implement the proposed ordinary capital increase in the amount of approximately CHF 202 million and mandated the Board of Directors to carry it out. For the key figures of the capital increase, please refer to this morning’s press release.

Media release as PDF

Feintool is an internationally active market leader in the technologies of fineblanking, forming and sheet metal stamping for processing steel sheets.

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