When do the financial statements and the annual report have to be published?

The board of directors has to draw up and present the financial statements to the general meeting within five months after the end of the financial year. This period can be extended by a maximum of five months if accepted by the general meeting. After the financial statements have been approved by the general meeting, they have to be published within eight days together with the annual report.

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