LEM's shareholders approve all resolutions proposed by LEM's Board of Directors
At today's Ordinary Shareholders' Meeting 27 shareholders were present at the meeting and 861'305 shares representing 75.6% of the share capital cast their vote.
LEM's shareholders approved the annual report, the consolidated financial statements and the annual financial statements as at
In accordance with the Swiss ordinance "Against Excessive Compensation in Public Corporations", Andreas HÜrlimann was re-elected as member and Chairman of the Board of Directors for a term of office of one year.
The shareholders strongly supported all other motions proposed by the Board of Directors, including among others the consultative approval of the compensation report and the revision of the Articles of Association to align them with the requirements of the ordinance "Against Excessive Compensation in Public Corporations".
The minutes of the shareholders' meeting will be published on LEM's website www.lem.com>Investor Relations
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LEM - At the heart of power electronics
LEM is the market leader in providing innovative and high quality solutions for measuring electrical parameters. Its core products - current and voltage transducers - are used in a broad range of applications in drives & welding, renewable energies & power supplies, traction, high precision, conventional and green cars businesses. LEM's strategy is to exploit the intrinsic strengths of its core business, and to develop opportunities in existing and new markets with new applications. LEM is a mid-size, global company with approximately 1'200 employees worldwide. It has production plants in
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