ATHENS, 30-7-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — Attica Bank S.A. (the “Bank”) announces that on 28th July 2014, the sale of 8,060 common registered shares of the Bank was completed. The 8,060 shares resulted as fragmental balances from the decrease of number of shares from 244,885,573 common shares to 34,983,653 new common registered shares, (that is, a reverse split ratio of seven existing common, registered shares for one new share), pursuant to the decision of the First Iterative Extraordinary General Meeting of shareholders held on 18.2.2013 and approved by decision Κ2-3624/28.05.2013 of the Hellenic Ministry of Development, Competitiveness, Infrastructure, Transports and Communications.
The final net result of the sale amounts to 1,094.22 euros (excluding relevant expenses) that corresponds to 0.136 euro per every share.
Beneficiaries of the proceeds from the sale are shareholders, holders of fractional balances, who were registered in the records of the Electronic (Dematerialized) Securities System (DSS) of the Hellenic Exchanges S.A. (HELEX) on June 07, 2013 (Record Date).
The proceeds from the sale will be distributed to the beneficiaries as follows:
A) From Monday August 11, 2014
1. Through their respective operators in the D.S.S., to those shareholders who have provided authorization to their respective operators.
2. Through the Bank’s Custody and Financial Operations Support Department, for those shareholders that keep their shares in the special account of the registry.
Β) From Monday August 25, 2014
1. Through the Bank’s Custody and Financial Operations Support Department for those shareholders who have not provided or have revoked the relevant authorization to their operators or for those shareholders who will not receive their proceeds from the sale according to the process mentioned above.
For further information, shareholders may contact the Bank’s Custody and Financial Operations Support Department (Shareholders’ Registry) at +30 210 3669271, +30 210 3669261, +30 210 3669266 (Ms Aggeliki Douskou, Mr. Stefanos Bairaktaris).
Attica Bank S.A.