The company has rewritten the report that will have to be approved on December 27 by the meeting of shareholders: from the 2018-19 fiscal year, so different standards for reporting “salary maneuvers” are changing the calculations.
Block the resignation of the Board of Directors, under pressure from the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Turin and Consob. Opening sports investigations (FIFA and UEFA). The counter-movement of Exor properties, with a signal from President Gianluca Ferrero, the appointment of General Manager Maurizio Scannavino and the proclamation of a council of professionals “to address and solve the legal and corporate problems that are on the table today”. The new directors will take over at the January 18th meeting. On the other hand, the one December 27 will be used to approve the financial statements from June 30, 2022, rewrite and release only yesterday. The consolidated loss drops from 254 million (253 for Juventus alone) in the draft financial statements launched in September to 239 (238 for the separate financial statements) in the new presentation, given that Juventus management have partially met the findings of the public. OTP, Consop and Deloitte. In a succession, the income statements for previous years have been restated, and the deficit has increased instead: from 210 to 227 for the 2020-21 consolidated financial statements (209 to 226 for the separate statements), from 90 to 93 for the 2019 consolidated financial statements – 20 (identical numbers for separate financial statements). Because?
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