ad pepper media International N.V.: Annual General Meeting of Shareholders adopts all proposalsBack to overview
Amsterdam, 21 May 2019 – ad pepper media International N.V. announced today that its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGM) has adopted all proposals on the agenda of the AGM. The most important resolutions and announcements are listed below.
Reappointment of Mr Thomas Bauer as Supervisory Board member
The AGM reappointed Mr Thomas Bauer as Supervisory Board with effect from 21 May 2019, until the AGM of the Company to be held in 2023.
Capital reduction by way of redemption of own sharesThe AGM resolved a reduction of the issued capital of the Company by means of redemption (intrekking) of 1,500,000 own shares. After the share capital reduction, the share capital of ad pepper media International N.V. will amount to EUR 1,075,000 and will be divided into 21,500,000 shares with a proportional share in the share capital amounting to EUR 0.05 per share.
Authorization of the Management Board to buy back Company stock for a period of 18 monthsThe AGM authorised the Management Board for a period of 18 months from the date of the General Meeting to repurchase shares in the Company’s own share capital up to a maximum amount of 50 percent of the Company’s issued share capital.
The voting results per agenda item of the AGM of ad pepper media International N.V. can be found on the website: https://adpeppergroup.com/en/financial-calendar-and-events/#annual-general-meeting-2019 as of 21 May 2019.
About ad pepper media International N.V.
ad pepper media International N.V. is a leading international Group of companies in innovative online marketing solutions. The Group combines three reporting segments with different specialisations in the field of performance advertising: Webgains (affiliate marketing), ad pepper media (lead generation/audience targeting) and ad agents (full-service agency). The Group employs over 200 employees at eight international locations. The holding company was founded in 1999 and went public a year later in the Prime Standard segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.