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Responsible for the realization, support of the internet contents as well as the administration of the domain cpi-print.de is:

CPI Gruppe Deutschland

Managing Director: Olivier Maillard

CPI Ebner & Spiegel GmbH

DE 214 196 464

Eberhard-Finckh-Straße 61
89075 Ulm
Germany

Phone: +49 (0) 731-2056-0
Fax: +49 (0) 731-2056-207

Managing Director:
Olivier Maillard

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CPI Clausen & Bosse GmbH

DE 814 155 176

Birkstraße 10
25917 Leck
Germany

Phone: +49 (0) 4662-83-0
Fax: +49 (0) 4662-83-129

Managing Director:
Olivier Maillard

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CPI Moravia Books s.r.o.

CZ 639 977 03

Brněnská 1024
69123 Pohořelice
Czech Republic

Phone: +42 (0) 51 9440–111
Fax: +42 (0) 51 9440–107

Managing Director:
Olivier Maillard

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CPI Druckdienstleistungen GmbH

DE 344 424 015

Ferdinand-Jühlke-Straße 7
99095 Erfurt
Germany

Phone: no number
Fax: no number

Managing Director:
Olivier Maillard

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Corporate Governance Statement § 289f (4) HGB in conjunction with §36 and §52 GmbHG. §36 and §52 GmbHG:

A target of 0 percent was set for the proportion of women in the management of the German CPI Group (CPI GmbH and CPI books GmbH) within a period of 5 years defined as the implementation period, as the management is currently staffed with a male member and continuity in the staffing of the management is to be maintained throughout the implementation period.

The management of the CPI Group has decided that within a period of 5 years defined as an implementation period, the share of women in the first management level below the management should be at least 20 percent. The first management level below the Executive Board comprises the management of the CPI Group's sales, finance, human resources, IT and digital services divisions. As of March 31, 2022, 5 people belonged to the first management level, of which 20 percent of these positions were held by women. Here, too, priority is generally given to the continuity and professional suitability of the persons belonging to the management level. Should a change in personnel make it necessary to fill a new position, efforts will be made to keep the proportion of women in the first management level at least constant, provided there are similarly qualified applicants.