LION E-Mobility AG announces admission to trading on Frankfurt stock exchange
LION E-Mobility AG (Symbol: LMI, ISIN: CH0132594711, WKN: A1JG3H, Reuters: LMIG.MU) announces its listing and admission to trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange Open Market on 07/04/2014, after successful admission to the market segment m: access of the Munich Stock Exchange.
About LION E-Mobility AG
LION E-Mobility (WKN: A1JG3H, Ticker: LMI, Reuters: LMIG.MU) is a Swiss holding company with strategic investments in the e-mobility sector, especially electrical energy storage (EES) and battery technology. The corporation holds 100% of the German company LION Smart GmbH, an engineering service provider focused on battery systems design and development of an advanced Battery Management System. LION Smart GmbH holds a significant share in TÜV SÜD Battery Testing GmbH, a joint-venture with TÜV SÜD AG. The LION E-Mobility AG board of directors consists of the chairman of the board, Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Daniel Quinger, and Mrs. Dr. Isolde Semm, Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Tobias Mayer, and Mr. Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Martin Specht. The management of LION Smart GmbH consists of Dipl.-Ing. Tobias Mayer and Mr. Walter Wimmer. The General Manager of TÜV SÜD Battery Testing GmbH is Mr. Dipl.-Wi.-Ing. (FH) Johannes Brey. For further information please visit the LION E-Mobility AG website: www.lionemobility.de
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