Ordinary General Meeting

Shareholders’ Meetings shall be held at the Company’s registered office or at one of its domestic branch offices or in an Austrian provincial capital. The Annual General Meeting is called by public announcement, with notice of 28 days (Extraordinary Shareholders’ Meetings: 21 days). Attendance of the Meeting is subject to the delivery of a deposit confirmation. Deposit receipts shall be accepted exclusively in German or English. Further details will be provided in the Invitation.
The Meeting resolves on the distribution of profits, elects the Supervisory Board, appoints the auditors and determines the compensation of the Supervisory Board. A proxy voting service is offered. The sample proxies can be found under the respective Annual General Meeting menu item. 

Discussions of important issues in Q & A form are posted on the site ahead of the Annual General Meeting. After their adoption by the Supervisory Board the annual financial statements are made available in the Wiener Zeitung.

Shareholder Rights 

CA Immo has issued 98.8 million ordinary shares in accordance with the ‘one share–one vote’ principle. At present, 74% of the voting rights are in free float, with 26% (including the four registered shares) currenty held by a company managed by Starwood Capital Group.  The registered shares confer the right of nominating up to four Supervisory Board members. Transfer of registered shares requires the approval of the company. There are no preference shares or restrictions on ordinary shares of the company (ISIN AT0000641352).

Any shareholder can put a countermotion to the Annual General Meeting. Shareholders with 5% holdings can require the calling of a shareholders’ meeting and the announcement of the resolutions thereto. CA Immo announces all financial information simultaneously. Regular conference calls and similar briefings are held for analysts and investors. The presentation documents used are posted on the Company’s website under Investor Relations, and are thus available to all users.