Completion of the process for the sale of shares that were formed from the aggregation of fractional balances | Eurobank
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Further to the announcement dated June 14th, 2019, Eurobank Ergasias S.A. (“the Bank”) informs that on 24.06.2019 has been completed the sale of the 888 ordinary shares that were formed from the aggregation of fractional balances as a result of the share capital increase of the Bank due to its merger with GRIVALIA PROPERTIES REIC (“Grivalia”), as this corporate action has been resolved, among others, at the Extraordinary General Meeting of the Bank’s shareholders held on 05.04.2019 and approved by the Ministry of Finance and Development on 17.05.2019 pursuant to its decision No. 1547823-1.

The final net proceeds from the sale amounts to €720.74. Beneficiaries of the proceeds from the sale are the shareholders who were registered in the Dematerialized Securities System (the “DSS”) of the Athens Exchange on 21.05.2019 (record date), as shareholders of the ex-listed company Grivalia.

The attributable amount to the beneficiaries of the proceeds from the sale will be paid as follows:

A) To the beneficiaries who have appointed the Bank as operator of their securities account in the DSS, through deposit, on 28.06.2019, in their account held by the Bank.

B) The rest of the beneficiaries may collect the abovementioned amount, starting on 28.06.2019 as follows:

  1. Through their respective operators in the DSS, or
  2. Through any branch of the Bank, either in person or via their legal representative, by presenting their Identity Card as well as a printout of the Investor Share Code Number in the DSS (ISC) and in the case of legal representation, the power of attorney of the beneficiary, with the signature verified by a Public Authority.

For further information, shareholders could contact the Bank’s Investor Information Services Division at 8, Iolkou Str. and Filikis Etaireias Str., 142 34 N. Ionia (tel. +30 210-3522400), during working days and hours.