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NEXUS AG's business model focuses on supporting medical facilities in the organization and treatment of patients using software solutions. The associated responsibility for the processes and treatment success in healthcare facilities is a key part of our business success. This means that social and sustainable work is particularly important for our business model. For this reason, we strive to act responsibly and sustainably in all processes. In addition to economic issues, we also use the ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance) criteria to measure and control our performance. The development of controlling measures to gauge the achievement of objectives is an essential focus of our activities. To collect and process expectations, ideas and topics relating to sustainable management, we are in regular contact with the stakeholders of our company – in particular employees, shareholders and customers. This exchange also determines where we are going to adjust our strategies. The sustainability documentation is reflected in further or derived documentation.
NEXUS AG's Sustainability Report presents our performance for fiscal year 2021 from a social, environmental and corporate governance perspective and can be viewed on the NEXUS website. Our consolidated financial statements are prepared in accordance with IFRS. The effectiveness of the internal control system for financial reporting has been confirmed by our management. We prepare our non-financial report in accordance with Section 289b and Section 315b of the German Commercial Code (HGB). According to them, we are then obliged to report on social, environmental and other non-financial aspects.
The (Group) Corporate Governance statement (Sections 289a and 315d of the German Commercial Code (HGB) contains the Corporate Governance Statement, information about management practices and the description of the mode of working of the Executive Board and the Supervisory Board. The Corporate Governance Report of NEXUS AG is written jointly by the Executive Board and the Supervisory Board pursuant to Clause 3.10 of the German Corporate Governance Code. It describes the principles of the management and control structures as well as the essential rights of stockholders of NEXUS AG. We pursue the goal of maintaining the description of Corporate Governance clear and succinct. The structures of company management and monitoring of NEXUS AG are as follows:
The Executive Board and Supervisory Board hereby declare that NEXUS AG has complied with the recommendations of the government commission of the German Corporate Governance Code in version of 7 February 2017 – with the following exceptions – and will comply in the future as shown in the compliance statement.
Our image in public is shaped by the appearance, actions and behavior of each individual. We are all responsible for ensuring that NEXUS as a company fulfills its social responsibility. Ethical and legally sound standards are guidelines for our dealings.
In the Code of Conduct, we have formulated our claim to the value-oriented actions of our employees. The operationalization of the Code of Business Conduct is a critical factor in sustainably living our value orientation across all locations, levels and functional areas. That’s why the present “Corporate Compliance Organization Policy” defines how NEXUS ensures that our corporate values are actively lived and that employees are empowered to act in accordance with the law and regulations. In this way, we maintain the integrity of our organization as well as trust within the group of companies.
The NEXUS stock is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
WKN 522 090 ISIN: DE0005220909 First listing: 24. Juli 2000 Market segment: Prime Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange
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Stock Buyback: Overview
With the ad-hoc announcements of 25 October 2016 and 19 December 2011, the Executive Board of NEXUS AG published the resolution to make use of the empowerment of the respective general stockholders' meeting to purchase own shares of the company in line with Section 71 para. 1 no. 8 of the German Stock Corporation Law (AktG).
The empowerment is restricted to the time period until 30 April 2020 and a scope of 10% of the equity capital. All transactions will be announced monthly at this website monthly after they have been effected.
With the consent of the Supervisory Board today, the Executive Board of Nexus AG (WKN 522090/ISIN DE0005220909) has resolved to exercise the authorization granted by the Annual General Meeting of 12 May 2017 to purchase up to 10 % of the equity capital of its own shares of the company pursuant to Section 71 para. 1 No. 8 of the Stock Corporation Act (AktG) and to extend the share buyback programme for 200,000 shares approved by the Supervisory Board and Management Board on 25 October 2016.
The resolution of the Executive Board is designed for the purpose of purchasing 250,000 own shares of the company one time or several times in line with market conditions and within the context of the Board‘s authorization to do so.
According to the authorization of the Annual General Meeting, if stocks are purchased directly via the securities market, the paid equivalent value per share (excluding incidental purchase costs) may not exceed the average price of the closing rates in XETRA trade (or a comparable follow-up system) at the Frankfurt/Main Securities Market for the stocks of the company during the last five stock market days before purchase of the stocks by more than 10% nor may they be more than 10 % below these prices.
The share buyback will be managed by a bank and start on 05 May 2020. The credit institution shall make decisions on the date of acquisition and the amount of individual repurchase of shares of Nexus AG independently and uninfluenced by Nexus AG.
Nexus AG will announce transactions exercised as part of the share buyback regularly via a European-wide information dissemination system and on its website in the area of Investor Relations (www.nexus-ag.de – Investor Relations – Share Buyback).
Responsible company management based on long-term creation of value plays an important role at NEXUS.
Corporate Governance is not a rigid system in our company, but instead a continual process in which value and principles are developed further in line with current requirements.
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NEXUS AG‘s business model focuses on supporting medical facilities in the organization and treatment of patients using software solutions. The associated responsibility for the
processes and treatment success in healthcare facilities is a key part of our business success. This means that social and sustainable work is particularly important for our business model.
For this reason, we strive to act responsibly and sustainably in all processes. In addition to economic issues, environmental, social and cultural factors have a direct impact on our success. The development of controlling key figures to measure the achievement of targets will become a focal point in future periods.
To collect and process expectations, ideas and topics relating to sustainable management, we are in regular contact with the stakeholders of our company – in particular employees, shareholders and customers. This exchange also determines where we are going to adjust our strategies.