AT&S AGM Results and Prolongation of Mandates of Management Board Members

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In today’s 22nd Ordinary Annual General Meeting of AT & S Austria Technologie & Systemtechnik Aktiengesellschaft (AT&S) a dividend of EUR 0.36 per participating no-par value share for the business year 2015/16 has been resolved. Ex-Dividend Day is 26 July 2016 and the dividend will be paid on 28 July 2016.

In the course of today’s Annual General Meeting the members of the Management and Supervisory Board have been granted discharge for the business year 2015/16.  In accordance with the proposal of the Management and Supervisory Board, the remuneration for the Supervisory Board for the business year 2015/16 has been determined at an amount of EUR 437,200 in the aggregate.

PwC Wirtschaftsprüfung GmbH, Vienna, has been elected as the auditor and group auditor for the business year 2016/17. The General Meeting has also resolved to amend the Articles of Association with respect to the term of office of Supervisory Board members and the by-election for resigning Supervisory Board members.

Furthermore, in the course of the Annual General Meeting Dr. Georg Riedl, Mag. DDr. Regina Prehofer and Mag. Pharm. Dr. Karin Schaupp have been re-elected to the Supervisory Board of the Company.

Moreover, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Dr. Hannes Androsch, informed the Annual General Meeting that the mandates of the Management Board members Andreas Gerstenmayer, CEO, Karl Asamer, CFO and Heinz Moitzi, COO have been prolongated for five years – prior to maturity – until 31 May 2021. The decision of the Supervisory Board was based on continuity and stability in this important phase of the company development. The Supervisory Board has confidence that the Management Board team will continue its successful work also in the upcoming challenging times.



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