January 6 (SeeNews) - Slovenian Sovereign Holding (SSH) proposes the replacement of four members of the supervisory board of port operator Luka Koper [LJE:LKPG] who were appointed during the government of former prime minister Janez Jansa, it said.
Luka Koper's shareholders will vote on the dismissal of Franci Matoz, Nevenka Cresnar Pergar, Andrej Koprivec and Bozidar Godnjavec at their meeting on February 6, a document posted by the port operator on the website of the Ljubljana Stock Exchange on Thursday showed.
At the same time, Luka Koper proposed the appointment of Mirko Bandelj, Jozef Petrovic, Barbara Nose and Bostjan Rader as representatives of the Slovenian state, and Borut Skabar as representative of municipalities in which the land part of Koper port is located, the port operator said.
According to data from the website of Luka Koper, Matoz, Pergar, Koprivec and Godnjavec began their mandate on July 2, 2021, a year before the incumbent government of Robert Golob swore in.
Matoz resigned from the position of president and non-executive board member of Slovenia's ‘bad bank’, the Bank Assets Management Company (DUTB) on June 1, when the Golob government was endorsed by parliament.
Luka Koper is majority-owned by the Slovenian state which holds a 51% stake in the port operator. SSH controls 11.13% of the capital of Luka Koper and Kapitalska druzba owns 4.98%. The fourth largest owner is Koper municipality with a 3.14% share. SSH, established in 2014, is in charge of the management of the state ownership in about 50 companies, including Luka Koper.
The supervisory board of Luka Koper has eight members, with five representatives of shareholders and three of employees.