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Fincantieri: shareholders' meeting approves 2019 financial statements

And it appoints new Board of statutory auditors

Fincantieri SpA held its ordinary Shareholders’ Meeting today in Trieste on a single call.

In consideration of the COVID-19 health emergency and taking into account the regulatory provisions issued for the containment of contagion, in compliance with art. 106, paragraph 4, of the Law Decree No. 18 of 17 March 2020 (converted with Law No. 27 of 24 April 2020), the attendance at the Shareholders' Meeting by the entitled parties took place exclusively through the representative appointed by the Company pursuant to art. 135-undecies of the Legislative Decree No. 58 of 24 February 1998 (“TUF”).

Approval of 2019 financial statements

The shareholders approved the Financial Statements of Fincantieri SpA at December 31 2019, that closed with a profit of EUR 151,351,970.94.

Allocation of profit for the year

The Shareholders resolved to allocate the net profit for 2019, amounting to EUR 151,351,970.94, as follows:

5% of net profit for the year to the legal reserve;

the remaining part to the extraordinary reserve.

 Appointment of the Board of statutory auditors

The Shareholders appointed the Board of Statutory Auditors that will remain in office until the Shareholders’ Meeting called for the approval of the 2022 financial statements. 

Gianluca Ferrero, Rossella Tosini and Pasquale De Falco were appointed as Standing Auditors, while Alberto De Nigro, Valeria Maria Scuteri and Aldo Anellucci were appointed as Alternate Auditors.

Gianluca Ferrero was appointed as Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors.

Gianluca Ferrero and Alberto De Nigro were taken from the minority list No. 2 submitted by the Shareholder INARCASSA, while Rossella Tosini, Pasquale De Falco, Valeria Maria Scuteri and Aldo Anellucci were taken from the list that came first in terms of number of votes submitted by the majority Shareholder CDP Industria SpA.

The Statutory Auditors’ curricula vitae are available on the Company’s website at

The Shareholders’ Meeting also defined the gross annual remuneration of the Chairman of the Board of Statutory Auditors and of each Standing Auditor at EUR 37,000/p.a. and EUR 26,000/p.a. respectively.

Authorization to purchase and dispose of the company’s treasury shares

The Shareholders also approved the proposal to authorize the purchase and disposal of treasury shares, after revoking the previous authorization granted by the Ordinary Shareholders’ Meeting of April 5, 2019, for the purposes described in the Explanatory Report drafted pursuant to Article 73 of the Regulation adopted by Consob (Italian Companies and Exchange Commission) by Resolution No. 11971 dated May 14, 1999 (“Issuers’ Regulations”). Purchase of the Company’s treasury shares was authorized for a period starting from 1 January 2021 (or from the different subsequent date on which the prohibition provided for in the special provisions issued to deal with the emergency resulting from COVID-19 will be lifted) until 9 December 2021, the expiry date of the authorization, for a maximum amount of shares that does not in total exceed one fifth of the Company's share capital. Disposal of the Company’s treasury shares was authorized without time constraints.

The purchase or disposal of treasury shares shall comply with the terms, conditions and requirements provided under applicable laws as well as, if applicable, accepted market practices in force at the relevant time. In particular, purchases shall take place at a price that does not vary upwards or downwards by more than 10% over the reference price registered on the Electronic Stock Market (MTA) organized and managed by Borsa Italiana SpA (Italian Stock Exchange) in the trading session preceding each individual transaction.   

Report on the policy regarding remuneration and fees paid

Regarding the Report on the policy regarding remuneration and fees paid (the “Report”), the Shareholders resolved to:

approve the first section of the Report, on the policy regarding remuneration, prepared under Article 123-ter, paragraph 3, of TUF and under Article 84-quater of the Issuers’ Regulations;

approve the second section of the Report, on fees paid, prepared under Article 123-ter, paragraph 4 of TUF and under Article 84-quater of the Issuers’ Regulations.

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