Vaudoise Assurances: validation of all proposals from the Board of Directors

Vaudoise Assurances: validation of all proposals from the Board of Directors
Vaudoise Assurances: validation of all proposals from the Board of Directors

The shareholders notably approve the allocation of a dividend of 22 francs per registered B share and 0.30 francs per registered A share.

During the 34e Ordinary general meeting of Vaudoise Assurances Holding SA held today in Lausanne, the shareholders approved all the proposals of the Board of Directors.

The shareholders accepted the management report, the annual accounts and the 2023 consolidated accounts as well as the allocation of a dividend of 22 francs per registered B share and 0.30 francs per registered A share. Payment of the dividend will be made from May 13, 2024. They also approved the remuneration report (advisory vote) and the sustainability report.

Strengthening equity

The Meeting granted discharge to the Board of Directors and voted in favor of strengthening the shareholders’ equity of the Holding by allocating 20 million francs to the free reserves from profits.

Re-elections to the Board of Directors and the Compensation Committee

Mr. Philippe Hebeisen was re-elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Mesdames Nathalie Bourquenoud and Eftychia Fischer as well as Messrs Martin Albers, Javier Fernandez-Cid, Peter Kofmel, Cédric Moret and Jean-Philippe Rochat were re-elected for one year as directors.

Ms Nathalie Bourquenoud, Messrs Cédric Moret and Jean-Philippe Rochat were re-elected for one year as members of the Compensation Committee.

Vote on remuneration of the Board of Directors and management

The shareholders approved the overall amount of remuneration paid to members of the Board of Directors for the period from the 2024 General Meeting to the 2025 General Meeting, as well as the maximum overall amount of remuneration paid, promised or granted to members of the Management Committee for the 2025 financial year.

Re-elections of the independent representative and the auditors

The ACTA Notaires Associés firm, in Morges, was re-elected as independent representative until the close of the next ordinary general meeting. Ernst & Young SA, in Lausanne, was re-elected as auditing body and auditor of the Group’s accounts for a term of one year.

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