03/21/2019 | XING

XING Supervisory Board follows Executive Board proposal for normal and special dividend

Hamburg, 21 March 2019 – Today, the Supervisory Board of Hamburg-based XING SE (ISIN DE000XNG8888) approved the payment of a normal and a special dividend proposed by the Executive Board. Investors with shares entitled to a dividend will receive a normal dividend of EUR 2.14 per share, an increase of 27 per cent compared to 2018. A special dividend of EUR 3.56 per share will also be paid out. This takes the total dividend payment to around EUR 32 million. The dividend payment proposal will be presented to the Annual General Meeting for approval on 6 June 2019. The XING SE

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Annual Report for 2018 was published today following the Supervisory Board’s meeting. Further details are available in the

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Responsibility sections of the XING SE corporate website. About XING The leading online business network in German-speaking countries accompanies its members through the sweeping changes taking place in the world of work. Against the backdrop of skills shortages, digitalisation and a shift in values, XING supports more than 15 million members in reconciling work and private life as seamlessly as possible. Members can use XING Jobs to look for vacancies to suit their individual needs, stay up to date with news on XING, join discussions, and find out about the changes and trends in the new world of work on nwx.xing.com. At the beginning of 2013, XING strengthened its position as a market leader in social recruiting by acquiring kununu, the market-leading platform for employer ratings in German-speaking countries. XING was established in 2003 and has been listed on the stock exchange since 2006. It has been listed in the TecDAX since September 2011. XING members interact in around 90,000 groups or network in person at one of over 130,000 professional events each year. XING has offices in Hamburg, Munich, Barcelona, Valencia, Porto, Vienna, and Zurich. Visit www.xing.com for further details.

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