Annual General Meeting of dorma+kaba Holding AG agrees to allproposals of the Board of Directors

Annual General Meeting of dorma+kaba Holding AG agrees to allproposals of the Board of Directors

Rümlang, 18 October 2016 – 491 shareholders participated in person at the Annual General Meeting of dorma+kaba Holding AG in Zurich Regensdorf on 18 October 2016. In total, 2,544,371 registered shares eligible to vote were represented, corresponding to approximately 60.58% of the share capital entered in the commercial register. All proposals were approved.

The Annual General Meeting approved the payout of a dividend of CHF 12.00 per registered share. This dividend is unchanged compared to the previous year and will be paid from capital reserves.

All members of the Board of Directors were re-elected by the Annual General Meeting for a term of one year. The current Chairman of the Board of Directors Ulrich Graf was confirmed in office. Members of the Compensation Committee Rolf Dörig, Hans Gummert and Hans Hess were also re-elected for a one-year term of office.

The Annual General Meeting confirmed PricewaterhouseCoopers AG, Zurich, as auditor for a further one-year term of office. Attorney Andreas Keller of Zurich was also re-elected as the independent voting proxy agent for a further year.

As part of the consultative vote, the General Meeting approved the Compensation Report 2015/2016. The proposed maximum compensation for the Board of Directors until the Annual General Meeting 2017 and the maximum sum for future compensation of the Executive Committee for financial year 2017/2018 were also approved.

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Siegfried Schwirzer Head of Investor Relations
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