The distribution of the Company’s shareholding (on a fully-diluted basis) is as follows:
% of capital and voting rights
As long as the shares of the Company are admitted to trading on a regulated market, in addition to the disclosure thresholds expressly provided by current law and regulations, any natural or legal person who may own directly or indirectly, alone or in concert, a proportion of the capital or voting rights (calculated in accordance with Articles L. 233-7 and L. 233-9 of the French Commercial Code and the General Regulations of the Autorité des Marchés Financiers) equal to or greater than 1% of the equity or voting rights, or any multiple of this percentage, must notify the Company of the total number of (i) shares and voting rights that such individual or entity owns, directly or indirectly, alone or in concert, (ii) the instruments that such individual or entity owns, directly or indirectly, alone or in concert that in time are convertible into the Company’s equity and the voting rights potentially attached thereto, and (iii) the shares that have already been issued which such person may acquire because of an agreement or a financial instrument mentioned in Article L. 211-1 of the French Code monétaire et financier (Monetary and Financial Code) Such disclosure notice must be given by registered letter with confirmation of receipt within four trading days from the date the relevant threshold was crossed.
This required disclosure to the Company also applies, in the same time frames and on the same conditions, whenever the shareholder’s equity investment or voting rights fall below the aforementioned thresholds. In the event of non-compliance with the above-mentioned obligation to declare the crossing of thresholds and at the request, recorded in the minutes of the general meeting, of one or more shareholders representing at least 3% of the capital or voting rights, the shares exceeding the fraction that should have been declared shall be deprived of voting rights until the expiration of a period of two years following the date on which the notification is regularized.
The Company reserves the right to inform the public and the shareholders either of the information notified to it or of the failure of the person concerned to comply with the above obligation.