Aux termes de l’Assemblée Générale Ordinaire des Actionnaires en date du 23 décembre 2016, et compte tenu de l’arrivée du terme statutaire de la Société fixé au 31 décembre 2016, il a été décidé la dissolution de la Société et sa mise en liquidation à compter du 1 er janvier 2017. Les actionnaires ont nommé en qualité de liquidateur la société Sigefi, société par actions simplifiée, et lui ont conféré les pouvoirs les plus étendus pour réaliser les éléments de l’actif, apurer le passif et répartir le solde disponible.
Le liquidateur a pris la décision en début d’année 2017 de verser aux actionnaires un acompte sur liquidation d’un montant total de 10M€. Cet acompte a porté à 165 M€ les sommes versées aux actionnaires depuis 2005 représentant 157% des fonds propres de la Société au moment de la mise en place de la réforme du mode de gestion.
Malgré la situation de liquidation de la société, nous notons que le conseil est exclusivement composé de membres non libres de conflits d'intérêts, pour certains présents depuis plus de vingt ans au conseil. Aucune femme et aucun membre non national ne siège au conseil, ce qui n'est pas acceptable.
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