Deutsche Bank's Annual General Meeting approves all management proposals by large majorities
The Annual General Meeting also approved all other proposals put forward by the Supervisory Board and the Management Board by large majorities.
The terms of office of all members of the Supervisory Board expired at the end of the Annual General Meeting, with the exception of Dr. Theo Siegert. The following shareholder representatives were newly elected to the Supervisory Board: Dr. Clemens Börsig, Dr. Karl-Gerhard Eick, Sir Peter Job, Dr. Henning Kagermann, Suzanne Labarge, Maurice Lévy, Dr. Johannes Teyssen, Tilman Todenhöfer and Werner Wenning.
Ratification of the Acts of Management of the members of the Management Board was approved by a vote of 98.86 per cent. The ratification of the Acts of Management of the Supervisory Board was approved by a vote of 98.83 per cent. Around 6,000 shareholders attended the Annual General Meeting with a total of 33.2 per cent of voting capital present.
The Annual General Meeting also approved the authorization to acquire own shares in the amount of up to 10 percent of the company’s share capital until 31 October 2009. At the same time, the buyback program authorized by last year’s Annual General Meeting was concluded. Within the scope of this program, the bank bought back 7.2 million shares or 1.4 percent of share capital in the past 12 months. It has not yet been determined when the new share buyback authorization will be initiated.
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