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21 December 2018, 14:55 CET
Axactor SE – Announcement of completion of transfer of registered office to Norway and new ISIN
Oslo, December 21, 2018 – Axactor SE (“Axactor” or the “Company”) is pleased to confirm that the relocation from Sweden to Norway has now been completed.
The Swedish Companies Register (Swedish: Bolagsregisteret) has today issued a certificate to the Norwegian Companies Register (Norwegian: Foretaksregisteret/Brønnøysundregistrene) confirming that the conditions for transfer of the registered office of the Company from Sweden to Norway are satisfied. The Norwegian Companies Register has accordingly registered the Company in the Norwegian Companies Register.
As from today, the Company’s registered office address is Drammensveien 167, 0277 Oslo, Norway. The Company’s new registration number from the Norwegian Companies Register is 921 896 328.
The Company will also have a new ISIN number for the Axactor SE shares which will be effective from start of trading on Oslo Børs on 27 December 2018. The new ISIN number is: NO 001 0840515.
The Company’s share capital is EUR 81,115,474.493201, divided into 154,971,114 shares, each with a nominal value of EUR 0.523423187712375. The Company remains the same legal person having the form of a SE-company after the relocation and the Company name will continue to be Axactor SE.
For further information, please contact:
Vibeke Ly, Head of Group Legal and Compliance, Axactor SE
Mobile phone: +47 911 79 195
As a consequence of the transfer of registered office from Sweden to Norway, the Company’s “Home Member State” under Directive 2004/109/EC (Transparency Directive) and implementing national legislation will be Norway with effect from today.
The Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority (Finanstilsynet) will be the competent authority with respect to supervision of the Company’s financial reporting.
The Norwegian reporting obligations for shareholders with major shareholdings and equivalents rights that applies under the Norwegian Securities Trading Act (the “NSTA”) section 4-3 when shareholders reaches or passes 5 %, 10 %, 15 %, 20 %, 25 %, 1/3, 50 %, 2/3 and 90 % of the share capital of the Company, apply with effect from today.
The Norwegian mandatory offer rules contained in Chapter 6 of the NSTA, including the mandatory offer threshold of 1/3, and the repeated mandatory offer obligations of 40 % and 50 % respectively, as set out in section 6-1 and 6-5 of the NSTA, will also apply with effect from today.