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Equens names Michael Steinbach chairman; posts 2006 profit

03 May 2007  |  1268 views  |  0 Source: Equens

Equens proudly presents its first Annual Report.

The Equens Annual Report 2006 provides insight into the organisation's financial position and contains a pro-forma consolidated Income Statement and Balance Sheet.

Furthermore Michael Steinbach has been appointed as the new Chairman of Equens' Board of Directors.

Annual Report 2006 - Consolidated key figures Equens
  • Number of payments processed: 6.9 billion
  • Number of ATM and POS transactions switched for authorisation: 1.9 billion
  • Revenue: 266.2 million EUR
  • Results from operating activities: 26.2 million EUR
  • Net profit from continuing operations: 16.4 million EUR

Changes Board of Directors Equens

Michael Steinbach will succeed Ben Haasdijk as Chairman as from 1 May 2007.
Following Haasdijk's retirement, the Board of Directors is completed with Jan Sonneveld as new member. As from 1 May 2007 our Board of Directors consists of:
  • Michael Steinbach (Chairman)
  • Antoon Kuijpers, MBT
  • Dr. Gvtz Mvller
  • Jan Sonneveld.

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