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DGAP-News: Frankfurt/Main Higher Regional Court appoints Holger Giese, Friedrich Munsberg and Dr Ulrich Theileis to the Supervisory Board of Aareal Bank

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Friday, January 14, 2022 - 3:06pm

Frankfurt/Main Higher Regional Court appoints Holger Giese, Friedrich Munsberg and Dr Ulrich Theileis to the Supervisory Board of Aareal Bank

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  • Frankfurt/Main Higher Regional Court appoints Holger Giese, Friedrich Munsberg and Dr Ulrich Theileis to the Supervisory Board of Aareal Bank
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  • Frankfurt/Main Higher Regional Court appoints Holger Giese, Friedrich Munsberg and Dr Ulrich Theileis to the Supervisory Board of Aareal Bank
    - Prof. Dr Hermann Wagner: "We welcome the decision taken by the Higher Regional Court.
  • Wiesbaden, 14 January 2022 - With a binding decision, the Frankfurt/Main Higher Regional Court approved the application submitted by Aareal Bank to appoint Messrs Holger Giese, Friedrich Munsberg and Dr Ulrich Theileis as members of Aareal Bank's Supervisory Board, with immediate effect.
  • Prof. Dr Hermann Wagner, the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Aareal Bank AG, commented: "We welcome the decision taken by the Higher Regional Court.

DGAP-News: SCHIRP & PARTNER Rechtsanwälte mbB: Breaking News concerning Wirecard. Higher regional court in Munich issues decision against EY. Hope for EY plaintiffs!

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Friday, December 10, 2021 - 2:10pm

Breaking news at Wirecard and EY: First decision of the Munich Higher Regional Court available.

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  • Breaking news at Wirecard and EY: First decision of the Munich Higher Regional Court available.
  • The Munich Higher Regional Court has issued a 17-page decision that contains several pieces of good news:
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  • The Higher Regional Court harshly criticizes the first decisions in which the Munich Regional Court had dismissed lawsuits filed by EY victims.
  • The Higher Regional Court says: "That's not the way to do it, the Regional Court can't make it that easy for itself".