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16.06.2024, 2989 Zeichen

Semperit: CEO Karl Haider informed the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Semperit AG Holding that he will not be available for an extension of his Executive Board mandate, which expires on March 31, 2025. Karl Haider, who was appointed to the Executive Board on January 11, 2022, will continue to exercise his function as Chairman of the Executive Board until the end of his current mandate. “The Semperit Group has successfully completed its transformation into the leading elastomer specialist for the industry. With its two powerful divisions, it stands on a strong and stable foundation, and I will work with full commitment on its further profitable development until the last day. After a total of 15 years as a senior manager and board member in international corporations, I would like to have more time for my family after my current mandate expires and devote more time to non-executive tasks in future,” explains Karl Haider. The Supervisory Board will start the search for a successor to Karl Haider immediately.
Semperit: weekly performance: -1.88%

CA Immo: Vojtech Ozorovsky joined CA Immo as Senior Asset Manager in 2020 and has now been appointed Head of Asset Management Austria & CEE, taking over responsibility for all asset management activities in Austria, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Serbia, including leasing, tenant relations, and comprehensive management of the investment portfolio. Working with a dedicated team across the region, he is responsible for managing a high-quality portfolio totaling around €1.7bn of assets.
CA Immo: weekly performance: -5.63%

Vienna Stock Exchange: Wealth Dragons Group PLC announced its decision to voluntarily delist from the Vienna Stock Exchange. After careful consideration, discussions with the board and advisors, the Company has chosen to pursue delisting due to the previously announced ongoing disputes and potential litigation against John Lee. This decision also follows feedback from investors concerning market access and the stock's trading convenience. The Company intends to seek relisting on an alternative exchange with a revised structure in the near future, aiming to enhance liquidity and market accessibility following the resolution of the issues with former CEO John Lee. "We sincerely thank our investors for their patience during this period and for their unwavering support. The decision to delist from the Vienna exchange and pursue relisting on a new European exchange is aimed at establishing a solid foundation for the restructuring and offering greater stability for our current investors during this transitional phase. Despite the delisting process, we remain committed to our exciting new projects and ventures, alongside our existing core business, and we are eagerly anticipating the upcoming launch of Consultz," says Vincent Wong, CEO of Wealth Dragons Group PLC.
ATX: weekly performance: -3.40%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (10/06/2024)

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1. Sorry für den Datenbankfehler, Karl Haider (Semperit). Dies und mehr in Folge S3/35 der Wiener Börse Pläusche im Rahmen von http://www.christian-drastil.com/podcast .   >> Öffnen auf photaq.com

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