Cembra shareholders approve all Board proposals

Cembra Money Bank AG / Keyword(s): AGMEGM
Cembra shareholders approve all Board proposals
21.04.2022 / 16:00

Zurich – Cembra’s Annual General Meeting 2022 took place today in Zurich. Based on the Covid-19 regulation 3, art 27., the shareholders did not attend the meeting in person. They ceded their rights to the independent voting agent, who represented 50.72% of the shares issued.

The following Board members were re-elected for a further one-year term: Dr. Felix Weber (Chairman), Thomas Buess, Susanne Klöss-Braekler and Monica Mächler. Jörg Behrens, Marc Berg and Alex Finn were newly elected to the board.

Shareholders approved an ordinary dividend of CHF 3.85 per share. The dividend will be deducted from the retained earnings on April 27, 2022 (ex-date April 25, 2022).

The Annual General Meeting also voted in favor of all other items on the agenda, including the 2021 annual report and the advisory vote on the 2021 compensation report.

contacts

Media:

Carolin Schulze; +41 44 439 85 23; [email protected]

Investor Relations:

Marcus Handel; +41 44 439 85 72; [email protected]

Key dates

April 25, 2022:

Ex-dividend date

April 27, 2022:

Dividend payment date

July 21, 2022:

Publication of the 2022 half-year results and publication of the half-year report

About the Cembra money box
Cembra is one of Switzerland’s leading providers of financing solutions and services. Our product line includes consumer credit products such as personal loans and auto leases and loans, credit cards, insurance sold therein, bill financing, and deposit and saving.

We have over a million customers in Switzerland and employ around 1,000 people from 43 different countries. We are headquartered in Zurich and operate throughout Switzerland through our branch network and online distribution channels, as well as our credit card partners, independent intermediaries and car dealerships.

We have been listed as an independent Swiss bank on the SIX Swiss Exchange since October 2013. Cembra is rated A- by Standard & Poor’s and is included in the SXI Switzerland Sustainability 25 Index and the Bloomberg Gender Equality Index 2022.

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