Following Thomas Schmid’s resignation as president of state holding company ÖBAG and the resignation of his supervisory board positions at ÖBAG holdings in June, a position on the OMV’s supervisory board was also vacated – ÖBAG wants to fill this with its interim chairwoman Kristin Katasta and therefore an extraordinary meeting of OMV-General has been called in September 10.
Catasta will be elected to the OMV Supervisory Board by the annual general meeting in 2024, in accordance with the resolution proposed by ÖBAG for the Extraordinary General Meeting, which has only this item on the agenda.
The final filling of the position of ÖBAG President has not yet been decided, and the new board should begin the job by 1 January 2022 at the latest.
At least five women
After the ordinary general meeting on June 2, the OMV Supervisory Board will consist of five authorized representatives of employees and ten representatives of capital to be elected by the general meeting. After Schmid’s resignation, it was necessary to elect a new member of the Supervisory Board.
Of the fifteen supervisory boards, at least five must be women and at least five must be men. The OMV Supervisory Board currently consists of six women and eight men.
The Extraordinary General Assembly will be held on September 10 at the OMV Company’s restaurant as a virtual general meeting without the physical presence of the shareholders.
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