Shareholders approve all motions by the Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting 2010

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At today's Annual General Meeting of Myriad Group AG (SIX: MYRN), shareholders approved all motions as submitted by the Board of Directors. In total, 31,174,815 shares, or approx. 64% of the share capital were represented either by proxies or by shareholders personally attending the Meeting.

The shareholders' Meeting approved the Annual Report, Group and Parent Company Accounts 2009 and followed the proposal by the Board of Directors to set off the accumulated loss of CHF 38.8 million against the share premium.

The members of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Management were granted discharge for the financial year 2009.

Shareholders' also voted in favor of editorial changes to Article 5, in conjunction with the entry into effectiveness of the Book Entry Securities Act regarding intermediated securities, and a deletion of previously existing Article 26 (which became redundant) of the Articles of Incorporation.

Messrs. Dr. Rolf P. Jetzer, Hans-Ulrich Müller, Michel Bon, Roland Manger, Michel Paulin, Jean Schmitt, Loek van den Boog and Simon Wilkinson were reelected as members of the Board of Directors in individual elections for another term of office of one year.

The Board of Directors proposed to the shareholders to elect PricewaterhouseCoopers AG, Zurich as new auditors of the company. The shareholders followed the proposal and appointed PricewaterhouseCoopers AG, Zurich as the Company's independent public accountants for fiscal year 2010 and until the next Annual General Meeting.
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