Bremen (pta/25.05.2023/18:00 UTC+2)
At today's annual general meeting, the shareholders of OHB SE (Prime Standard, ISIN DE0005936124) passed all the agenda items put to the vote with a large majority. The meeting was held virtually, i.e. without the shareholders being physically present, and was broadcasted simultaneously on the Internet.
Shareholders will receive a dividend of EUR 60 cents per share for the past fiscal year, an increase of EUR 12 cents on the previous year. The shareholders today approved a corresponding resolution proposed by the Management Board and Supervisory Board. Under a further item on the agenda, Raimund Wulf was elected as a new member of the Supervisory Board, succeeding Prof. Heinz Stoewer. Ingo Kramer was re-elected for a further term of appointment; at the Supervisory Board meeting held immediately after the Annual General Meeting, he was elected Deputy Chairman of this body.
The Supervisory Board and Management Board announced a further personnel development at today's annual general meeting: Dr. Markus Moeller was appointed as an additional member of OHB SE's Management Board with effect from July 1, 2023. As of this date, he will be responsible for business development and strategy. In his previous position, he was Vice President responsible for business development at the Thales Group in Paris. Dr. Lutz Bertling will continue to be responsible for the DIGITAL segment as well as for the digitization of the entire Group; he will additionally assume responsibility for M&A.
The other resolutions proposed on the agenda were also approved by a large majority. These were, in particular, the ratification of the actions of the Management Board and Supervisory Board, the appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, Bremen, as auditors, the approval of the remuneration report, and the resolution on an amendment to the Articles of Association to enable virtual annual general meetings in the future.
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