The Uniper energy group, which was nationalized during the gas crisis, will be re-privatized as soon as possible, according to the will of the board of directors. “Our goal is to bring Uniper back into private hands as an independent company as soon as possible,” CFO Jutta Dönges said at the Annual General Meeting on Wednesday. This objective is one of the “key guidelines” in the current review of the future strategy. Uniper wants to present a strategy update in the summer.
Dönges recalled the federal government’s promise to the European Union to show a way to reduce its stake in Uniper to 25 percent plus 1 share by the end of 2023. “We will bring our opinion to implement this in the next few months.”
Dönges said that as the managing director of the federal financial institution, he was involved in the rescue of many companies. “And I saw that after the successful relaxation, the way back
freedom can succeed.” Uniper will also be able to do this. Therefore, he increases the speed of leading Uniper through this phase with his colleagues as soon as stability is achieved and to do so.
contribute to success again. “This also means making our company ready for the capital market again and thus giving the federal government the opportunity to return Uniper to private hands in the future.”