Schweizer Electronic Releases Annual Shareholders’ Meeting Results


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At the 30th Annual General Meeting of Schweizer Electronic AG on June 28, 2019, Rolf Merte (CEO) and Marc Bunz (CFO) reported on a successful fiscal year 2018, the strategy of the executive board and gave the attendees an outlook for 2019.

A total of 130 shareholders were present at the Annual General Meeting; the presence of voting rights amounted to 71.65 % of the share capital. The members of the executive board and supervisory board were approved by a large majority. In addition to the profit appropriation pro-posal, which provides for a dividend omission, the plenum meeting in Rottweil approved by a large majority the resolution proposals for the election of the new members of the Supervisory Board.

Christoph Schweizer, a longstanding member of the Supervisory Board, was elected as a new member of the Supervisory Board and Stefan Krauss, lawyer, was elected as his personal substitute member. Michael Kowalski, consultant, Chris Wu, president of WUS Printed Circuit (Kunshan) Co., Ltd., his personal substitute member C.K. Chen, and Dr. Stephan Zizala, vice president and general manager of the business line automotive power, Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg, were re-elected.

After the employee representatives were also elected by the Schweizer Electronic AG workforce in May 2019, the new Supervisory Board is composed as follows: Christoph Schweizer, Dr. Stephan Zizala, Chris Wu, Michael Kowalski and as employee representatives Petra Gaisel-mann and Jürgen Kammerer.

The subsequent constituent meeting of the supervisory board elected Christoph Schweizer as chairman and Dr. Stephan Zizala as deputy chairman of the supervisory board.

About Schweizer

Schweizer Electronic AG stands for state-of-the-art technology and consultancy competence. Schweizer’s premium printed circuit boards and innovative solutions and services for automotive, so-lar, industry and avia- tion electronics address key challenges in the areas of Power Electronics, Embed-ding and System Cost Re- duction. Its products are distinguished for their superior quality and their ener-gy-saving and environmentally- friendly features. Together with its partners WUS Printed Circuit (Kun-shan) Co., Ltd., Meiko Electronics Co. Ltd. and Elekonta Marek GmbH & Co. KG the company offers in its division electronics cost- and production- optimised solutions for small, medium and large series. To-gether with its partner Infineon Technologies AG, Schweizer plans to jointly tap the chip embedding market in future.

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