Acea’s new board of directors was elected by the shareholders’ meeting with a broad response, among minority shareholders, for the list presented by Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone’s FinCal with which, as far as we learn, the majority of the funds took sides.By statute, except for the majority shareholder (Roma Capitale, which owns 51% of the share capital), 8% voting rights are blocked for all other shareholders. Well, the shareholder Suez, who owns 23.3% of Acea, collected memberships corresponding to 10.75% of the votes, while FinCal, which holds a 5.45% stake, instead obtained 19.13 % of the votes.
As for the performance of the other part of the agenda, the Acea shareholders’ meeting approved the financial statements at 31 December 2019, closed with a net group result of 284 million (+ 5%). The shareholders also approved a dividend of 0.78 euro per share, which will be paid out on 24 June, with the coupon detachment set on 22 June and “record date” on 23: to the Municipality of Rome, as said shareholder at 51% of the capital, 84.5 million are earmarked.
The assembly, in consideration of the health emergency connected to the epidemic from Covid-19 and taking into account the regulatory provisions issued for the containment of the contagion, took place with the intervention by the entitled parties exclusively through the designated representative . At the time of the opening of the works, approximately 90.62% of the share capital was represented. Last updated: 19:13
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