Liquidation procedure relating to the right of withdrawal
UniCredit goes ahead with the Corporate Governance amendments concerning the elimination of the 5% limit on voting rights and the mandatory conversion of the savings shares into ordinary shares.
After the approval of the resolution of Shareholders' Meeting of 4 December 2017, concerning the elimination of the 5% limit on voting rights, the Company has decided to waive the Stop-Loss condition by launching the consequent liquidation procedure for the ordinary shareholders who have not taken part in the approval of the shareholder resolution and who have decided to exercise the withdrawal right pursuant to art. 2437, paragraph 1, let. g) of the Italian Civil Code.
Furthermore, following the resolution of the Special Meeting of Savings Shareholders concerning the mandatory conversion of savings shares in ordinary shares, the Company has started the liquidation procedure for those savings shareholders who have not exercised the withdrawal right pursuant to art. 2437, paragraph 1, let. g) of the Italian Civil Code.
The documentation relating to the liquidation procedure arising from the withdrawal is published on the Company website and also on the website sections of the Ordinary Shareholders' Meeting and Special Meeting of Savings Shareholders held on 4 December 2017, to the following link:
Ordinary and Extraordinary Shareholders'meeting - Milan, December 4th, 2017 www.unicreditgroup.eu/shareholdersmeetingdecember2017
Special Meeting of Saving Shareholders - Milan, December 4th, 2017 www.unicreditgroup.eu/specialmeetingdecember2017