At today's regular meeting of shareholders of Aluminij d.d. Mostar, held under the chairmanship of Marinko Bosnjak, who represented the interests of the FBiH Government's shareholder package, Aluminij's shareholders, because of the expiration of mandates, relieved of duty all seven members of the Supervisory Board of the Company, by appointing on behalf of the FBiH state capital Zdenko Klepić PhD, Igor Planinić and Vedran Smiljanić, on behalf of the Government of Republic of Croatia Ile Baković and on behalf of the small shareholders Željko Damjanović, Željko Filipović and Samir Anić.
In general, representatives of FBiH Government's capital were nominated for a three-month period, i.e. for the implementation of the procedure for appointing three full-time members of Supervisory Board, while the remaining four were nominated for a four-year period. Again, the ownership share of the Government of FBiH (44%) was previously represented by Zdenko Klepić PhD, Dalibor Miloš and Zoran Pandža, small shareholders (44%) by Davor Ramljak, Branko Sesar and Samir Anić, and the capital of the Croatian Government (12%) by Ivica Martinić.
Shareholders have not adopted the Aluminij’s Annual Business Report for 2017, which included the Financial Report, the Auditor's Report and the Supervisory Board's Report for 2017. At the same time, the Management Board and the Supervisory Board of the Company duly undertook to take all actions and measures to remove the objections from the Financial Reporting Review for 2017, with the aim of commencing the implementation of measures adopted by the Company's Restructuring Plan that is necessary to ensure capital adequacy.
Participants in the work of the Assembly today, by a majority vote, have been appointed to the Aluminij's Audit Committee Josipa Grbavac PhD, Dragana Parmać and Zoran Pinjuh, while for the Independent Auditors they chose Ekus d.o.o. Široki Brijeg.