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Jungfraubahn Holding AG (0QNG.L)

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    Jungfraubahn Holding AG: AGM of Jungfraubahn Holding AG held once more without physical attendance of the shareholders

    Jungfraubahn Holding AG / Key word(s): AGMEGM17-May-2021 / 17:43 CET/CESTRelease of an ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 KRThe issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Press Release Jungfraubahn Holding AG Montag, 17. Mai 2021 AGM of Jungfraubahn Holding AG held once more without physical attendance of the shareholders Jungfraubahn Holding AG held this year's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Monday, 17 May 2021, once more without the physical attendance of its shareholders. It took place on the premises of the Jungfrau Railways management in Interlaken. The AGM of Jungfraubahn Holding AG was held in accordance with the Covid-19 Ordinance 3. It took place with no physical participation by shareholders whatsoever. Shareholders were informed about the format of the General Meeting and the voting procedure by personal invitation and publication in accordance with the Articles of Association.Resolutions passed at the General Meeting of Jungfraubahn Holding AG: Item 1 - Annual reportThe annual report, management report and consolidated financial statements for 2020 were approved.Item 2 - Use of balance sheet profit and decision on dividendsWaiver of the distribution of a dividend and carrying forward of the balance sheet profit of CHF 101,294,033.Item 3 - Granting of discharge to members of the Board of Directors and the Executive BoardMembers of the Board of Directors and the Executive Board were granted discharge.Item 4 - Election of the Board of Directors (Chairman / Members)a) ChairmanProf. Dr. Thomas Bieger was re-elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors for a term of office until the next Annual General Meeting.b) MembersPeter Baumann, Nils Graf, Dr. iur. Catrina Luchsinger Gähwiler, Heinz Karrer and Hanspeter Rüfenacht were individually elected as members of the Board of Directors for a term of office until the next Annual General Meeting.Item 5 - Election of the Remuneration CommitteePeter Baumann, Prof. Dr. Thomas Bieger and Hanspeter Rüfenacht were individually elected to the Remuneration Committee for a term of office until the next Annual General Meeting.Item 6 - Approval of the total sum of future remunerationa) Board of DirectorsA maximum sum (total including employer contributions to social insurance) of CHF 720,000 was approved for the remuneration of the Board of Directors until the 2022 Annual General Meeting.b) Executive BoardA maximum sum (total including employer contributions to social insurance) of CHF 3,100,000 was approved for the remuneration of the Executive Board for the 2022 financial year.Item 7 - Election of an independent proxyNotary public Dr. iur Melchior Glatthard was elected separately as independent proxy for the Annual General Meeting 2022 and for any extraordinary general meetings taking place in the period until then. Lawyer Niklaus Glatthard was elected separately as deputy independent proxy, should notary public Dr. iur Melchior Glatthard be unavailable for preparation and participation for the Annual General Meeting 2022 and for any extraordinary general meetings taking place in the period until then.Item 8 - Election of auditorsBDO AG, Bern elected as auditors for one year.In total 4906 shareholders voted. 73,0% of the voting share capital were represented. On behalf of the Board of Directors, the Chairman thanks for the interest in the Jungfrau Railway Group.Link: https://www.jungfrau.ch/en-gb/corporate/investor-relations/jungfraubahn-holding-ag/adhoc-news/ Media enquiries:Kathrin Naegeli, Head of Corporate Communications +41 (0)33 828 72 00Additional features:File: adhoc press release Jungfraubahn Holding AG - AGM held once more without physical attendance of the shareholdersEnd of ad hoc announcement Language: English Company: Jungfraubahn Holding AG Harderstrasse 14 3800 Interlaken Switzerland Phone: +41 33 828 71 11 Fax: +41 33 828 72 64 E-mail: info@jungfrau.ch Internet: www.jungfrau.ch ISIN: CH0017875789 Valor: A0CACJ Listed: Regulated Unofficial Market in Frankfurt, Stuttgart; SIX Swiss Exchange EQS News ID: 1197345 End of Announcement EQS Group News Service

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    Jungfraubahn Holding AG: Jungfrau Railway Group records drop in guest numbers

    Jungfraubahn Holding AG / Key word(s): Miscellaneous05-Jan-2021 / 06:28 CET/CESTRelease of an ad hoc announcement pursuant to Art. 53 KRThe issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Press release by Jungfraubahn Holding AG Tuesday, 5 January 2021   Jungfrau Railway Group records drop in guest numbers In 2020, which was marked by the coronavirus crisis, the Jungfrau Railway Group recorded a drop in guest numbers at the Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe, all Experience Mountains and in the winter sports segment. In addition to the early end of the winter season, the 83-day closure of the tourist rail- and cableways also has to be taken into account. Although Jungfraubahn Holding AG was able to welcome many Swiss guests during the summer months, this was not enough to compensate for the absence of international tourists. Despite excellent snow conditions, the start of the current winter season was adversely affected by the second wave of the pandemic.362,800 guests visited Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe in 2020. This is 65.6 percent fewer than in the record year 2019 and a similar number as the figures last seen in the 1980s. 2020 got off to a very good start. The Jungfrau Railways recorded the best January in its history. Then, the numbers started to drop in February due to the spread of Covid-19. From mid-March, all tourist rail- and cableways had to cease operations due to the officially imposed lockdown.The rail- and cableways did not reopen until 6 June 2020 under inclement weather conditions. That changed in summer. Thanks to the good weather and the positive effect of the various promotional campaigns in Switzerland, 153,000 people travelled to the Jungfraujoch - Top of Europe in July and August. The autumn holidays then fell victim to the mostly poor weather, while in November the fine autumn weather led to satisfying guest numbers. Overall, the figures show that the drop in foreign guests numbers cannot be compensated for by the Swiss. The changing markets led to major fluctuations in visitor numbers resulting in the deployment of rolling stock and staff being planned at short notice for the first time on the basis of the weather conditions.The Experience Mountains segment also recorded a general drop in 2020. For the First aerial cableway resulted a drop of 42.2 per cent for the whole year (summer and winter). The Mürren rail- and cableway had 50.3 per cent fewer guests than in 2019 and the Harder funicular railway registered 57.2 per cent fewer visitors.The 2020/2021 winter sports season started on 5 December 2020 with the opening of the entire V-cableway project, including the Eiger Express, the terminal and the multi-storey car park. The new facilities and buildings attracted a considerable interest and many guests wanted to take their first ride on the modern Eiger Express 3S aerial cableway in 2020. In addition, the Eiger Express was actively used by winter sports enthusiasts to get from Grindelwald to the ski slopes at the Eiger Glacier in 15 minutes.Owing to the ongoing uncertainty as to whether the skiing areas will be allowed to start or continue their operations at all because of the pandemic, advance sales of the Top4 ski pass (partner offer from Adelboden-Lenk, Gstaad, Jungfrau Ski Region and Meiringen-Hasliberg) were lower than in previous years. 28,400 Top4 ski passes (compared to 42,200 passes in 2019) were sold by 24 December 2020. From the start of the season to 31 December 2020, the Jungfrau Ski Region registered 153,700 skier visits and recorded a decrease of 7 per cent year on year. The Jungfrau Ski Region is a partnership in which the Jungfrau Railway Group holds more than 60 per cent.     Number of passengers 2020 Number of passengers 2019 Change in per cent Jungfrau Railways (to Jungfraujoch) 362,800 1,056,000 -65.6% Grindelwald-First (from valley, summer & winter) 408,500 707,100 -42.2% Mürren rail- and cableway (from valley, entire year) 226,600 456,300 -50.3% Harder funicular railway (total number of passengers) 259,300 606,200 -57.2%             Skier visits Start of the season - 31/12/2020 Skier visits Start of the season - 31/12/2019 Change in per cent Jungfrau Ski Region 153,700 165,300 -7.0%  Link: https://www.jungfrau.ch/en-gb/corporate/investor-relations/jungfraubahn-holding-ag/adhoc-news/Media enquiries: Kathrin Naegeli, Head of Corporate Communications: +41 (0)33 828 72 00Additional features:File: adhoc press release Jungfraubahn Holding AG drop in guest numbers for 2020End of ad hoc announcement Language: English Company: Jungfraubahn Holding AG Harderstrasse 14 3800 Interlaken Switzerland Phone: +41 33 828 71 11 Fax: +41 33 828 72 64 E-mail: info@jungfrau.ch Internet: www.jungfrau.ch ISIN: CH0017875789 Valor: A0CACJ Listed: Regulated Unofficial Market in Frankfurt, Stuttgart; SIX Swiss Exchange EQS News ID: 1158311   End of Announcement EQS Group News Service