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A successful energy transition represents a major collaborative effort. W.E.B has been exemplifying this for years in cooperation with its shareholders, and this will continue to be the right path in the future. For this reason, W.E.B is planning a capital increase for 2021 together with a stock split. In an online “Fresh Energy” talk, W.E.B CFO Michael Trcka presented details about the planned capital measure to more than 200 participants. He explained the capital increase and stock split step by step on the basis of a fictitious example.
However, the planned capital increase and the strengthening of W.E.B’s international growth path is contingent upon the approval of shareholders at the virtual Annual General Meeting scheduled for May 28, 2021. In this regard, it is important to register for the 22nd Annual General Meeting and to transfer voting rights to one of the four designated proxies.
After focusing on the capital increase, W.E.B employee Christoph Glanner illustrated how W.E.B finances its projects.
The online presentation ended with the familiar Q&A session, in which several interesting questions were posed once again.