Investor Relations

Corporate Governance

Der Begriff Corporate Governance umfasst die Gesamtheit der Prozesse, Leitlinien, Gesetze und Institutionen, welche auf die Führung, Steuerung und Überwachung eines Unternehmens einwirken. Wirksame Corporate Governance ist auf langfristige Wertschöpfung ausgerichtet.

Corporate Governance erfordert eine verantwortungsbewusste Führung und Kontrolle eines Unternehmens. Durch das Befolgen der Regeln guter Unternehmensführung fördern wir das Vertrauen der nationalen und internationalen Anleger, von Geschäftspartnern, der allgemeinen Öffentlichkeit und nicht zuletzt unserer Mitarbeiter.

Wesentliche Eckpunkte unserer Corporate Governance sind eine wirkungsvolle Zusammenarbeit zwischen Vorstand und Aufsichtsrat, die Beachtung der Aktionärsinteressen und eine offene und transparente Unternehmenskommunikation.

Corporate Governance

Entsprechenserklärung

KHD Humboldt Wedag International AG ist eine börsennotierte Aktiengesellschaft, ihre Corporate Governance orientiert sich vorrangig an den Vorgaben des Aktiengesetzes und entsprechend auch an den Empfehlungen des Deutschen Corporate Governance Kodex in seiner aktuellen Version.

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Corporate Governance

Verhaltenskodex

Als weltweit agierender Konzern ist die KHD Humboldt Wedag International AG mit ihren direkten und indirekten Tochtergesellschaften (insgesamt nachfolgend „KHD“) in vielen Ländern und unterschiedlichen Kulturen tätig.

In unserem Verhaltenskodex haben wir Verhaltensregeln für ein ethisches Verhalten festgelegt, dass wir von allen Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeitern und Führungskräften der KHD sowie von allen Geschäftsführern und Vertretern, sofern sie im Namen von KHD handeln, erwarten. Während sich die Gesetzgebung von Land zu Land unterscheidet, bleiben unsere Werte und die Grundsätze unseres Verhaltenskodex über Landesgrenzen hinaus gültig.

Das Vertrauen unserer Geschäftspartner, Kunden und Aktionäre, der Behörden sowie der Öffentlichkeit in das verantwortungsbewusste Verhalten aller KHD-Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter sowie die Einhaltung der gesetzlichen Bestimmungen sind entscheidende Faktoren für das Ansehen und den Erfolg unseres Unternehmens. Den Anforderungen, die wir an das Handeln der Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter stellen, steht die Verpflichtung seitens KHD gegenüber, diese in angemessener Form zu informieren und zu unterstützen.

Unser Verhaltenskodex stellt eine Richtschnur für das von jedem KHD-Mitarbeiter erwartete angemessene Verhalten in einer Reihe von sensiblen Bereichen dar – weltweit, an allen Orten, an denen KHD geschäftlich aktiv ist.

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Corporate Governance

IR Richtlinien

Introduction

Good corporate governance is a high priority for the Management Board and the Supervisory Board of KHD Humboldt Wedag International AG and its subsidiaries (‘the Company’). This includes providing open, timely, and regular information and communication to our shareholders and other investors, business partners, employees and to the public. In order to achieve this objective and to set out clear rules and procedures for both the Company and those seeking information from us, we have developed this investor relations policy which is regularly reviewed and updated as required (‘Policy’). The main objective of the Policy is to ensure that all shareholders have equal and sufficient access to relevant and share price sensitive information. All Company employees and external investor relations partners are instructed to strictly adhere to the Policy. Any person seeking information is requested to do this within the framework provided by the law, the Company’s Articles of Association and this Policy. We do not support any person who is trying to obtain information in any other manner, in particular by contacting persons who are not in charge of investor relations.

Contact Points

Contacts with the capital markets are dealt with by the Management Board, the Company’s investor relations service providers, and from time to time, other persons specially mandated by the Management Board, the names of which are published on our website. Only the persons identified on our website are authorized to communicate with the capital markets and only within the scope defined by the Company. Communication regarding financial results and our corporate strategy is strictly limited to our Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer. No other corporate representatives meet, comment or communicate with the capital markets unless otherwise agreed by the Management Board. On such occasions other corporate management and specialists may be available for the capital market in relation to their own field of expertise.

The contacts between the Company on the one hand and investors, analysts and other stakeholders on the other are carefully handled and structured and the Company will not engage in any acts that compromise the independence of analysts in relation to the Company and vice versa.

Regular Reporting, Information, Ad-hoc disclosure

The Company reports on its business development and results two times a year via an annual and a half-year report.

Furthermore, the Company provides shareholders and other stakeholders in the financial markets with equal and simultaneous information on matters that may influence the share price by way of ad-hoc disclosure in accordance with Article 17 of the Market Abuse Regulation.

Annual General Meeting, Press Releases

The Company communicates with all of its investors and analysts by organizing in particular the Annual General Meetings. The ordinary Annual General Meeting normally takes place within the first six months of each financial year. Among other things, the Annual General Meeting is a platform to decide on the appropriation of net retained profits, granting discharge to the members of the Management Board and Supervisory Board and the appointment of the independent auditors. Amendments to the Articles of Association and measures which change the Company’s share capital are approved exclusively at the Annual General Meeting and are implemented by the Management Board.

The Company also communicates by means of briefings, and press releases. For further information please view this website which includes the financial calendar and relevant events.

In case meetings with investors (bilateral and general) are held, the Company always observes applicable rules concerning selective disclosure, equal treatment of shareholders and insider trading.

Analysts, Guidance

Except where expressly marked or confirmed as such in writing and as may be contained in the financial reporting, the Company is not giving guidance, and no other information or communication can be construed as guidance. Analysts’ reports and valuations are not assessed, commented upon or corrected, other than upon request – and then at the discretion of the Company and factually. The Company does not pay any fee(s) to parties for carrying out research for analysts’ reports or for the production or publication of analysts’ reports.

If the Company provides guidance, the guidance generally will relate to the Company’s anticipated revenues as well as the anticipated earnings before interest and taxes for the current financial year. The Company will usually publicly disclose this guidance on an annual basis followed by publicly disclosed updates or affirmations that generally occur in connection with the public release of financial information. If required, the Company will publicly disclose updates at other times depending on the circumstances. In addition, the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of the Company may determine to provide guidance for a longer or shorter time frame as the situation requires. Depending on when the Company publicly commented on guidance, neither the investor relations department of the Company nor any external service provider will comment on a prior public statement about guidance other than to refer to the last time guidance that was publicly given.

Excluded Information, Limited Information

Subject only to applicable securities law, the Management Board may from time to time determine which information, or which type of information shall not form part of investor communication. In particular, the Company will not comment on their shareholder base and the price of its shares.

Visitors are welcome, subject to prior announcement and specific invitation. In cases of personal meetings the Company will determine Company participants as well as the scope and time of discussion.

Quiet Periods

The Company maintains a three weeks quiet period before the planned release of the annual and half-year report. During these periods the Company does not comment on financial goals and does not take part in meetings nor presentations with analysts or investors.

Investor and Media Contacts

The Company’s Investor Relations contact information can be found at the end of each Investor Relations page.

Contact

Investor Relations

Jürgen Luckas
Chief Financial Officer
juergen.luckas@khd.com