Yesterday the Yellow Flames came to Cattolica Assicurazioni to acquire new documents, after the acquisitions collected after the clash between the ex to Alberto Minali and the board of directors chaired by Paolo Bedoni.
Yesterday, after the regular meeting of the shareholders of Cattolica Assicurazioni, on behalf of the Verona public prosecutor’s office and in relation to Consob’s inspections, the Guardia di Finanza carried out a search and acquisition of documentation at the headquarters of Verona. Some company representatives have also been notified of aguarantee information on the hypothesis of unlawful influence on the shareholders’ meeting. The company makes it known in a note, adding that the subject of the investigation are some meetings of the assembly itself, in particular those of 13 April 2019, 27 June 2020 and 31 July 2020.
In the note, Cattolica reiterates the “absolute correctness and regularity of the shareholders’ meeting operations object of the investigation “, specifying that the two meetings held in 2020 on which investigations are in progress” took place with the intervention of an independent designated representative, Computershare Spa, and therefore through collection and voting mechanisms only computerized and without the involvement of the company and its structures, hence the impossibility for them to intervene or affect the vote expressed by the shareholders “. The company then announces that it has given “immediate and full collaboration to the investigative authority” and confirms “absolute confidence in a prompt clarification of the position”, finally clarifying that “the resolutions taken at the shareholders’ meeting of 31 July 2020 are valid for in all respects “and that” the important operation with Generali will continue as planned “.
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