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One share has 1 vote. All shares give equal rights to their owners: right to receive dividends and liquidation quotas, and right to vote in the shareholders’ meeting.
Dematerialized registered shares. Shares are not included in the public turnover in the stock exchange, however the shareholders are free to effect the change of property right to the shares by registering the transactions in the Nasdaq CSD SE.
Property right to the shares is certified by an entry in the shareholders’ register. Shares are not kept in the securities accounts. Shareholders’ register is kept by an independent and professional institution – Nasdaq CSD SE that issues also information or notices about the property right to shares.
Letters with an invitation to a foundation meeting were sent to all shareholders included in the initial shareholders’ list in November 2016 that serves as a certification to become a shareholder of Conexus Baltic Grid.
Shares of Conexus Baltic Grid are not included in the stock-exchange; however this doesn’t prevent the purchase, sale or presentation of company’s shares. Such transactions shall be carried out by mutual agreement between the purchaser and the seller. We suggest using a standard Share transfer application form that serves as a mutual contract between the alienator and acquirer of the shares and as a base for the Nasdaq CSD SE to register the shares on the new owner.
1. Participation of both parties to the transaction is required to transfer the shares.
2. The parties shall fill in a standard Share transfer application form. In case shareholders use other documents to change the property right, we ask to submit a standard application form to the Nasdaq CSD SE because it contains the data required for the shareholders’ register.
3. Shares’ transfer application and other documents required for the transaction can be submitted in Latvian, English and in Russian if the data about the alienator and the acquirer are filled in with Latin letters.
4. Shares’ transfer application can be submitted in the following ways: