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4 May 2023

The Sanlorenzo Shareholders’ Meeting

Approval of Financial Statements as of 31st December 2022 and distribution of a dividend of 0.66 € per share. These were two key moments on the agenda of the Sanlorenzo shareholders’ meeting, which, under the chairmanship of Cavalier Massimo Perotti, a former president of the Italian Marine Industry Association Confindustria Nautica, also reduced the number of members on the Board of Directors from 12 to 10.

The new Board of Directors, which will remain in office until the date of the shareholders’ meeting to be called to approve the financial statements as of 31st December 2024, is composed of: Massimo Perotti, Paolo Olivieri, Ferruccio Rossi, Carla Demaria, Cecilia Maria Perotti, Licia Mattioli, Silvia Merlo, Leonardo Luca Etro, Francesca Culasso and Marco Francesco Mazzù.

As for the Financial Statements as of 31st December 2022, Sanlorenzo closed with a Net Revenue from the sale of new yachts of 740.7 million €, up 26.4% compared to 585.9 million Euro in 2021.

Lastly, the Shareholders were presented with the Consolidated Non-Financial Statement for 2022, which describes the activities of the Sanlorenzo Group in relation to environmental, social and personnel matters, respect for human rights and the fight against active and passive corruption, through the lens of a 360-degree responsible approach that looks to the sustainability of products and production processes, human resources, the supply chain and the territory.


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