Dematerialisation of shares

NT1 – First call to deposit LPP SA share certificates for dematerialisation purposes

30.09.2020

First call to deposit LPP SA share certificates for dematerialisation purposes

Acting under Article 16 of the Act of 30 August 2019 on Amendments to the Commercial Companies Code and Certain Other Statutory Acts (Journal of Laws of 2019, item 1798, as amended), the Management Board of LPP SA with its registered office in Gdańsk (“Company”) hereby calls all shareholders holding the Company’s share certificates in paper form to deposit them in the Company’s registered office for the purpose of their dematerialization and registration in Krajowy Depozyt Papierów Wartościowych SA (National Securities Depository) in Warsaw.

Share certificates should be deposited in the Company’s registered office in Gdańsk, at ul. Łąkowa 39/44, 80-769 Gdańsk, on business days (Monday-Friday), 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m..

The Company requests that share certificates be deposited by 12 February 2021. According to the Rules and Regulations of the National Securities Depository, the deposition of share certificates after the said date may result in delayed registration of shares in the National Securities Depository (i.e. after 1 March 2021).

The deposition of share certificates will be attested by way of a written confirmation issued to the Company’s shareholder.

This call is published in line with the Act of 30 August 2019 on Amendments to the Commercial Companies Code and Certain Other Statutory Acts (Journal of Laws of 2019, item 1798, as amended), introducing obligatory dematerialisation of all shares. The validity of share certificated in paper form will expire by operation of law on 1 March 2021.

This call is the first out of five calls required under provisions of law.

Legal grounds: Other regulations

 

Signatures:

Przemysław Lutkiewicz – Vice-President of the Management Board

Sławomir Łoboda – Vice-President of the Management Board

 

NT1 – First call to deposit LPP SA share certificates for dematerialisation purposes