05/16/2018 | XING

XING SE: XING Annual General Meeting agrees to pay dividend of €1.68 per share

Hamburg, 16 May 2018 – At today’s AGM, shareholders of Hamburg-based XING AG (ISIN DE000XNG8888) approved the dividend payment proposed by the Executive Board and Supervisory Board. Investors with shares entitled to receive a dividend will receive €1.68 per share, an increase of 23 per cent compared to 2017. This equates to a total dividend payment of around €9.4 million. The results of voting on the agenda items, the speech given by the Executive Board, and the presentation for today’s AGM will soon be available here: https://corporate.xing.com/de/investor-relations/hauptversammlungen/hv-2018 (german only). About XING The leading online business network in German-speaking countries supports its members in mastering the transformations taking place in the world of work. XING helps its more than 14 million members to balance their professional and private life as well as possible within an environment defined by a lack of skilled workers, digitalisation and changing values. To this end, members can visit XING Jobs to look for vacancies that appeal to them, stay up to date with news offers by XING, or browse the German-language portal XING spielraum to find out about the trends and changes taking place in the new world of work. At the start of 2015, XING added Jobbörse.com, the largest jobs search engine in German-speaking countries, to its portfolio. Before that, XING had acquired kununu, which as the principal employer review platform in German-speaking countries served to strengthen XING’s leading position within the field of social recruiting. XING was founded in Hamburg, Germany, in 2003, has been publicly listed since 2006, and listed on the TecDAX since September 2011. Members can meet and exchange views in around 90,000 groups, while also getting together at more than 130,000 business-related events every year. XING has offices in Hamburg, Munich, Barcelona, Vienna, Porto und Zurich. Visit www.xing.com for more Information.

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