Information on the number of voting rights associated with 4iG Nyrt shares and on the amount of its registered capital.
Voting rights as at 4iG Nyrt as of July 31, 2014.
4iG Nyrt., complying with Article 54 (9) of Act CXX of 2001 on the Capital Market, hereby discloses the number of the voting rights associated with FreeSoft shares and the amount of its registered capital. (July 31, 2014)
Composition of the registered capital of the Company as of July 31, 2014:
|Share series||Nominal value
|Number of units issued||Total nominal value|
|"A" series (ordinary share)||1000||1.880.000||1.880.000.000|
|Amount of share capital||-||-||1.880.000.000|
Number of the voting rights associated with shares as of July 31, 2014:
|Share series||Number of units issued||Number of shares with voting rights||Voting rights per share||Total number of voting rights||Number of own shares|
|"A" series (ordinary share)||1.880.000||1.880.000||1||1.880.000||0|
The registered capital of 4iG Nyrt is HUF 1,880,000,000, that is, one billion eight hundred and eighty million Hungarian Forints. The registered capital is comprised of 1,880,000 Series A, registered, dematerialized ordinary shares with a nominal value of HUF 1000 each. The shares carry identical rights and obligations and provide identical rights for shareholders. Currently, all shares, that is, 1,880,000 ordinary shares are listed on the Budapest Stock Exchange, in the Standard Category of Equities. ISIN code of our shares: HU 0000071030. Each ordinary share entitles the shareholder to one vote; all shares carry an identical number of voting rights. Each ordinary share carries 1 voting right; therefore, 1 voting right per HUF 1,000 of the nominal value of the shares may be exercised.. As at May 28, 2013, the number of shares held by 4iG Nyrt is 0 (0%).
July 31, 2014
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