Extraordinary General Meeting: Special dividend approved

Zurich, September 27, 2019 – At the Extraordinary General Meeting of Conzzeta AG on September 27, 2019, shareholders approved the proposed special dividend by a large majority. 83.3% of the votes were represented.

With the approved special dividend of CHF 30.00 per class A registered share and CHF 6.00 per class B registered share, Conzzeta returns CHF 62.1 million of excess cash to shareholders.

The next Annual General Meeting will be held on April 22, 2020 in Zurich.

The following documents are available on the website www.conzzeta.com:

  • Invitation to the Extraordinary General Meeting, including agenda
  • Minutes (as soon as they are available)


 

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Half-year financial statements 2020: Implementation of operating and strategic priorities

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