Annual report 2012

Significant events after the balance-sheet date

First quarter of 2013

January

  • The convening of the 23rd General Meeting of Telekom Slovenije, at the request of the Capital Assets Management Agency of the Republic of Slovenia is published.
  • Telekom Slovenije, d. d., as target company, receives a decision from the Securities Market Agency, based on which the Republic of Slovenia and six legal entities in which the Republic of Slovenia holds a participating interest are prohibited from exercising their voting rights in Telekom Slovenije. The prohibition will remain in place until the aforementioned parties and Luka Koper, d. d. submit a takeover bid for Telekom Slovenije shares or until those shares are sold.
February
  • Antenna Group, a leading European media company, and Telekom Slovenije announce the establishment of a joint venture to manage Planet TV and promote the development of commercial television in Slovenia. Antenna will hold a 51 % participating interest, while Telekom Slovenije’s subsidiary TSmedia will hold a 49% participating interest in the joint venture.
  • Together with other Slovenian mobile operators and internet providers, the Group signs a code of conduct for providers of electronic communication services for the protection of users.
  • On 6 February 2013 the Supervisory Board approves the Management Board's proposal regarding the payment of interim dividends for 2012 in the gross amount of EUR 3.70 per share.
  • The 23rd General Meeting (held on 6 February 2013) adopts a resolution on the payment of interim dividends and appoints new shareholder representatives to the Supervisory Board. They are: Adolf Zupan, Matjaž Janša, MSc, Bernarda Babič, Miha Klun, Borut Jamnik and Tomaž Berločnik. Their term begins on 27 April 2013 when the term of the current Supervisory Board expires. On the same day, Matjaž Janša, MSc and Miha Klun submit their resignations from their positions as members of the Supervisory Board
  • Microsoft Slovenija and the Ypsilon Institute, together with their partners Telekom Slovenije and the City of Ljubljana, present a new initiative, Ustvarjam kjerkoli (Create Anywhere) to raise awareness about the advantages of and opportunities for introducing the more contemporary and more flexible forms of work such as mobile work, work at home and telework for employees, companies and the environment as a whole.
  • The subsidiary GVO GmbH with its registered office in Stadtlohn, Germany, is established with share capital of EUR 25 thousand.
  • Following the entry of the transfer of the participating interest in the companies register in Banja Luka, Telekom Slovenije, d. d. becomes 100 % owner of Aneks, d. o. o., Banja Luka.
 
March
  • Telekom Slovenije receives a decision from the Ljubljana District Court in the commercial dispute with the plaintiff T-2, d. o. o. against the defendant Telekom Slovenije, d. d. in which the court rejects the plaintiff’s claim for the payment of EUR 129,556,756.00 and legally prescribed default interest from 16 January 2007 until payment, and orders the plaintiff to pay the defendant within 15 days legal costs in the amount of EUR 27,197.22 plus legally prescribed default interest, from the first day following the expiration of established deadline for the fulfilment of obligations until payment.
  • The Supervisory Board of Telekom Slovenije approves the Management Board’s proposal on the transfer of a portion of the activities of the subsidiaries TSmedia and Avtenta and the merger of these activities at the parent company.
  • Work begins for the second generation of TSstartup, Telekom Slovenije’s business incubator.
  • Telekom Slovenije presents its fourth generation LTE commercial mobile network and the accompanying range of packages and devices.