DGAP-News MAX Automation SE publishes statement in connection with an application to add to the agenda of the Annual General Meeting on 28 May 2021
DGAP-News: MAX Automation SE / Key word(s): Statement
The subject of the special audit is to be various facets of the acquisition of the AIM Group by the then M.A.X. Automation AG in 2013.
The subject matter of the audit largely coincides with the facts on which Mr. Klaus Schulze had already based his claim in October 2019 that MAX Automation SE should pursue alleged claims for damages by the Company in the amount of at least EUR 40 million against all members of the Supervisory Board at the time and several former members of the Company's executive bodies (see MAX Automation SE ad hoc announcement dated 8 October 2019). In this letter, it was also announced that legal action would be taken in accordance with section 148 of the German Stock Corporation Act (AktG).
MAX Automation SE had intensively examined the facts and the alleged claims for damages with the assistance of external experts, including a renowned university professor and expert in stock corporation law as well as one of the top four auditing firms. The company came to the conclusion, that the allegations are not true and that there are no such claims for damages by the company against then or former board members (see ad hoc release of MAX Automation SE dated 6 December 2019).
|Diskussion: M.A.X. Automation AG // Aber Max stieg in sein Schiff und winkte zum Abschied. Und er segelte zurück|