Announcement dividend exchange ratio and adjustment conversion price convertible bonds

9 May 2018 21:22 - Royal BAM Group nv
Announcement dividend exchange ratio and adjustment conversion price convertible bonds

Bunnik, the Netherlands, 9 May 2018 - Further to the announcement of 18 April 2018 on the payment of Royal BAM Group nv final dividend for the 2017 financial year, the number of dividend rights providing an entitlement to one ordinary share of Royal BAM Group nv (the exchange ratio) has been set at 41.24.

This is based on a share price of €4.1237; the average price, weighted by volume, of all Royal BAM Group nv shares traded on Euronext Amsterdam during the period from 7 May 2018 up to and including 9 May 2018. This represents 1/41.24 Royal BAM Group nv share and a value of €0.10.

A request to admit 3,853,600 new ordinary shares for admission to trading on Euronext Amsterdam will be made pursuant to article 5:4 sub e of the Financial Markets Supervision Act (Wet op het financieel toezicht).

The payment of the cash dividend or delivery of shares will take place at 16 May 2018.

BAM will activate its share buy-back programme for 3,853,600 shares to neutralise the dilution effect of the issue of stock dividend within the parameters set forth by the authorisation granted by the Annual General Meeting of 18 April 2018. This programme will be implemented by an independent broker, in accordance with the applicable regulations in relation to share buy-backs.

The share buy-back programme will start on 22 May 2018. BAM will keep the market fully informed of the progress of the programme in line with the applicable regulations.

As a result of the dividend, the conversion price in effect for the Royal BAM Group nv  €125 million 3.50% subordinated convertible bonds due 2021 has been adjusted from €5.1291 to €4.9997, effective as of 9 May 2018.

Paying agent: ABN AMRO Bank N.V., Corporate Broking, telephone +31 (0)20 344 20 00, fax (+31 (0)20 628 84  81, e-mail: corporate.broking@nl.abnamro.com.

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