Ubisoft says unaware of Vivendi board seat request: CFO
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PARIS (Reuters) - French video games maker Ubisoft is not aware of media giant Vivendi requesting a seat on the company's board, Chief Financial Officer Alain Martinez said on Thursday.
"Nobody is forbidden from proposing management figures be it Vivendi or another shareholder," Martinez told a group of shareholders. "Unless there's been a proposal that's been made today, as far as I know there hasn't been."
(Reporting By Gwenaelle Barzic; writing by John Irish; editing by Leigh Thomas)
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