Annual report 2012

36. Events after the reporting date

January

  • Upon a request from the Capital Assets Management Agency of the Republic of Slovenia (AUKN), the convocation convening of the 23rd General Meeting of Shareholders of Telekom Slovenije was published.
  • Telekom Slovenije, as the target company, received a decision from the Securities Market Agency (ATVP), based on which the Republic of Slovenia and six other legal entities, in which the Republic of Slovenia holds a interest, are prohibited from exercising their voting rights in respect of the target company Telekom Slovenije. This prohibition applies until the aforementioned entities and Luka Koper, d. d. present a takeover bid for the shares of Telekom Slovenije or sell those shares.

February

  • On 6 February 2012, the Supervisory Board endorsed the proposal of the Management Board to pay out interim dividends for 2012 in the amount of EUR 3.70 gross per share.
  • The 23rd General Meeting of Shareholders (6 February 2013) adopted a resolution on the payout of the interim dividend and appointed new Supervisory Board members representing the capital.

March

  • Telekom Slovenije received a ruling from the Ljubljana District Court, ref. no. VIII Pg 54/2007, issued on 21 January 2013 in the commercial dispute between the plaintiff T-2 d.o.o. and the defendant Telekom Slovenije. In the aforementioned ruling, the Ljubljana District Court rejected the plaintiff’s claim for the payment of EUR 129,556,756.00 plus default interest since 16 January 2007 and ruled that the plaintiff must pay within 15 days the defendant’s legal costs in the amount of EUR 27,197.22 plus default interest, from the first day following the expiration of the 15-day deadline for the fulfilment of obligations.
  • In accordance with the strategic policy of the Telekom Slovenije Group regarding the consolidation of its operations, a portion of the operations of the subsidiaries TSmedia and Avtenta are to be incorporated into the parent company as of 1 January 2013, following the approval of the Supervisory Board and the Management Board. To that end:
    • a portion of technical operation and maintenance, technical development and technological platforms, as well as development-technical functions will be transferred together with staff from TSmedia to the parent company; and
    • a portion of the construction of the IT infrastructure, the network and security solutions, and IT cloud services will be transferred together with staff from Avtenta to the parent company.