20.04.17 00:00

Corporate News: Conversion from bearer into registered shares as of May 8, 2017


La Waalre, April 18th, 2017 - Catalis SE hereby announces the time line for the conversion of its bearer shares into registered shares. The extraordinary shareholder meeting as of January 31, 2017 had decided to go for such conversion. The conversion does not have any impact on the shareholders’ rights related to the share.

The conversion into registered shares will be carried out by the depository banks and the stock exchanges on the evening of May 5, 2017. For this purpose, share deposits held with credit institutions will be converted from bearer par value shares (ISIN NL0011332705 / WKN A14VPL) into registered par value shares (ISIN NL0012293955 / WKN A2DPZ2) in the ratio of 1:1, replacing one bearer share with one registered share. At the same time, the change of the shares’ deliverability will become effective.

As of May 8, 2017, the shares of Catalis SE will be available as dematerialized registered par value shares. The current ISIN NL0011332705 / WKN A14VPL will be changed from this date on to ISIN NL0012293955 / WKN A2DPZ2 for registered shares. Pending orders at the stock exchange that have not been executed by May 5, 2017, will expire as a result of this conversion.

For further information on Catalis SE and its wholly owned subsidiaries, Testronic Labs and Kuju, please refer to www.catalisgroup.com, www.testroniclabs.com and www.kuju.com.

For further questions please contact our Investor Relations team directly:
Catalis SE
Investor Relations Team
t: +31 40 213 59 30
f: +31 40 213 56 04


About Catalis SE:

Catalis is a worldwide leading outsourcing provider focusing on high-end technical services relating to the creation of digital content for the film, video games and software industries. Catalis offers both testing and development services. It operates through its wholly-owned subsidiaries Testronic Labs and Kuju from seven locations throughout the US, the UK, Poland and the Netherlands.


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