SIGNIFICANT SHAREHOLDER DISCLOSURE OBLIGATIONS

Published: 03 July 2017 01:21

In accordance with the By-Laws and the AIM Italia/Alternative Capital Market Issuers’ Regulation, those who hold a number of financial instruments of Pharmanutra S.p.A. admitted for trading to the AIM Italia/Alternative Capital Market equal to or exceeding the threshold established in accordance with the AIM Italia/Alternative Capital Market Issuers’ Regulation, are required to communicate such in a timely manner to the Board of Directors of Pharmanutra S.p.A. through registered fax to the number +39.02.7214231.

In particular, in accordance with the By-Laws and the AIM Italia/Alternative Capital Market Issuers’ Regulation, this communication is required on the reaching or surpassing of the 5%, 10%, 15%, 20%, 25%, 30%, 35%, 40%, 45%, 50%, 66.6%, 75%, 90% and 95% thresholds of the share capital with voting rights of Pharmanutra S.p.A., in addition to reductions below the above-stated thresholds (the “Significant Investment”).

The reaching or surpassing of the Significant Investment is considered a “Substantial change” which should be communicated by Shareholders to Pharmanutra S.p.A. within 5 (five) trading days from the occurrence of the act or event giving rise to the obligation, independently of the execution date, according to the terms and means established by the Transparency Regulation.

The communication of the “Substantial change” should identify the shareholder, the type and the amount of the investment; the date on which the shareholder acquired or disposed of the share capital percentage resulting in a “Substantial change”, or the date on which the percentage of their investment increased or reduced above/below the thresholds established by the AIM Italia/Alternative Capital Market Issuers’ Regulation.

For such purposes, shareholders are invited to use the communication forms and the relative instructions at Annex 4 (Ownership structure) of the Regulation issued by Consob with motion No. 11971 of 1999, with the understanding that references to the regulated markets or to listed companies should be considered as references to multilateral trading systems.

See Consob Regulation No. 11971/1999 >

In accordance with Article 8 of the By-Laws, failure to communicate to the Board of Directors a “Substantial change” results in the suspension of voting rights for the shares or financial instruments to which such communication failure relates.