AT&S Wins Vienna Stock Exchange Award

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The annual awards for listed companies in Austria were presented for the ninth time on Monday evening: A jury of the Austrian Association for Financial Analysis and Asset Management (ÖVFA) assessed the performance of the enterprises in three categories. AT&S AG took first place in the “Small& Mid Cap” category.

“Every single one of the roughly 8,800 employees of AT&S, who uphold our growth course with incredible commitment, contributed to this success. Therefore, my thanks go not only to the jury for their choice, but also to all of our employees”, said Andreas Gerstenmayer, Chairman of the Management Board of AT&S AG, and added: “The Stock Exchange Awards are an important initiative to increase public awareness of the significance of the capital market again.”

The Vienna Stock Exchange Awards

The Vienna Stock Exchange Awards are a joint initiative of Aktienforum, APA-Finance, Cercle Investor Relations Austria (C.I.R.A.), Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB, Austrian central bank), the Austrian Association for Financial Analysis and Asset Management (ÖVFA), the Association of Austrian Investment Companies (VÖIG), Vienna Stock Exchange and the Austrian Economic Chambers (WKO). The Stock Exchange Awards are conferred to companies that stand out in the capital market with respect to the following criteria: strategy and corporate governance, investor relations, ongoing financial reporting as well as sustainability and market-related factors.


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