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Outcome of supervisory board meeting

FC Bayern München AG press release

One of the topics discussed at Monday’s regular scheduled meeting of the FC Bayern München AG supervisory board in Munich was the fiscal case concerning supervisory board chairman Uli Hoeneß.

Addressing the supervisory board, Uli Hoeneß offered to step down temporarily from the office of chairman of the supervisory board until the relevant authorities come to a decision on whether his voluntary self-disclosure exempts him from penalty. Uli Hoeneß expressed regret about the matter and apologised to the board.

In the interests of FC Bayern, the need to focus solely on achieving the club’s further sporting goals in the Champions League final on 25 May and in the German cup final on 1 June 2013, and following intensive discussion, the FC Bayern München AG supervisory board agreed by mutual consent that Uli Hoeneß should continue to exercise the office of chairman of the FC Bayern München AG supervisory board.

The supervisory board will continue to monitor the matter and will return to the subject once there are further developments.

Markus Hörwick
Director of media and communications

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