On the morning of April 26, 2022 – Din Capital Group Joint Stock Company successfully held the 2022 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGMS) at Novotel Danang Building
At the General Meeting, the Company's Board of Management presented reports and statements on business results in 2021, business plan in 2022, issues of profit distribution, issuance of shares to increase equity capital.
Regarding the development strategy in 2022, the company has set a goal of diversifying business lines, consolidated revenue increased by more than 42%, profit increased 15 times over 2021.
Din Capital aims to find and cooperate with foreign partners to invest in one or two real estate projects each year. In the immediate future, DIN Capital will invest VND 180 billion in Danang Land Mark project in the form of Business Cooperation Contract (BCC) with Cosmos Housing JSC. Accordingly, the Company submitted to the General Meeting of Shareholders an investment cooperation plan for a complex project of commercial center and highlight apartment in Da Nang (Danang Landmark). The project is expected to bring in 147 billion of profit after tax for DIN Capital in 2025.
At the same time, Din Capital determines that Dufago commercial concrete will continue to play the role of strength of the company. In the 2022 plan, the commercial concrete field will reach VND 300 billion in revenue and VND 18 billion in profit after tax.
Especially at the General Meeting, 2 additional members of the Board of Directors were elected to replace 2 members who resigned. The two newly elected BOD members are experts in the fields of Din Capital's long-term strategy.
– Mr. Morii Takayuki, Japanese nationality, with more than 40 years of experience in the field of construction, real estate, finance and securities in Japan as well as in Vietnam.
– Mr. Nguyen Khanh Lam, a real estate investment and legal consulting expert who has participated in many big projects in Da Nang market.
In addition, at the Meeting, the Board of Directors also submitted to the Meeting for deciding on the plan of share issuance to increase equity capital for existing shareholders with the number of issued shares of 8,909,981 to invest in the Land Mark project.