ITALIAN EXHIBITION GROUP: MINUTES OF THE SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING DEPOSITED
Rimini, May 3rd, 2021 - Italian Exhibition Group S.p.A. (IEG), ("IEG" or the "Company"), a leading Italian company in the organisation of international trade fair events and listed on the Mercato Telematico Azionario organised and managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A. announces that the minutes of the Shareholders' Meeting held on 29 April 2021 by means of video and tele-communication pursuant to Article 106 of Italian Decree Law No. 18 of 17 March 2020 and with the participation of shareholders exclusively through their designated representative, are available to the public at the Company's registered office in Rimini, Via Emilia 155, on the Company's website www.iegexpo.it Corporate Governance section and at the authorised 1INFO Storage mechanism available at www.1 info.it.
In addition, a summary report of the votes on the proposals on the agenda approved by the Shareholders' Meeting is available on the Company's website www.iegexpo.it Corporate Governance Section and at the authorised 1INFO Storage facility available at www.1info.it.
FOCUS ON ITALIAN EXHIBITION GROUP
Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), listed on the MTA (screen-based stock exchange) organised and managed by Borsa Italiana S.p.A., has built up over the years, through its Rimini and Vicenza venues, a position of domestic leadership in the organisation of trade fairs and conferences, and has developed its foreign activities -also through joint ventures with global or local organisers, in the United States, United Arab Emirates and China -which have positioned it among the leading European operators in the sector.
The EBITDA is represented by the operating profit (loss) including depreciation and amortisation expense. The EBITDA is a measure defined and used by the Group to monitor and assess the operating performance of the Group, but it is not defined in the context of IFRS standards; therefore, it must not be viewed as an alternative measure for the assessment of the Group's operating profit (loss). The Company believes that the EBITDA is an important parameter for the measurement of the Group's performance as it allows to analyse the profitability of the same by eliminating the effects deriving from non-recurrent economic elements. As EBITDA is not a measure whose determination is regulated by reference accounting standards for the preparation of the Group's consolidated financial statements, the criterion applied for the determination of the EBITDA could not be consistent with that adopted by other groups and might, therefore, not be comparable to them.
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