March 20, 2013
MTS – Mer Telemanagement Solutions Ltd. (NASDAQ Capital Market: MTSL),
a global provider of MVNE, Mobile Money and TEM services, today announced that it has filed its annual report containing audited consolidated financial statements for the year ended
December 31, 2012
with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The annual report is available on the Company's website (
). Shareholders may receive a hard copy of the annual report free of charge upon request.
The Company further announced today that in meetings held during
, the Company's audit committee and board of directors approved that the compensation terms of Mr.
, one of the members of the Company's board of directors and a member of the compensation committee, be equal to the compensation terms of the Company's outside directors.
Pursuant to the approval of the audit committee and board of directors, effective
December 12, 2012
, Mr. Salansky will be entitled to receive an annual fee, payable quarterly, of
) and a per meeting attendance fee of
). Previously, he received an annual fee of
and a per meeting fee of
. The Company's audit committee and board of directors determined that the payment of the aforementioned sums to Mr. Salansky complies with the requirement set forth in Regulation 1A(2) of the Israeli Companies Regulations (Relief for Transactions with Interested Parties), 2000 as they do not exceed the maximum amounts applicable to the compensation of the Company's outside directors pursuant to the terms of the Israeli Companies Regulations Rules regarding Compensation and Expense Reimbursement of Outside Directors), 2000.
In accordance with Regulation 1C of the Relief Regulations, if one or more shareholders holding at least one percent of the Company's issued share capital or voting rights notifies the Company in writing of their objection to the provision of this relief no later than fourteen days from publication of this press release, the relief based on Regulation 1A(2) will not apply and the change in the terms of Mr. Salansky's compensation will be subject to approval by the Company's shareholders as required by the Israeli Companies Law, 1999.