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The Groupe Gorgé share is listed on the Euronext Paris exchange compartment B (ticker: GOE).

ISIN: FR0000062671

The Groupe Gorgé share joined the CAC PEA-PME index on 1st April 2014 (see press release)

The Groupe Gorgé share has been included in the SRD long-only deferred settlement list since 29 December 2014 (see press release)

 

Groupe Gorgé’s corporate value is monitored by four analysts who regularly conduct studies on the Group in French and English.

If you plan to invest in Groupe Gorgé shares, please check the list (provided below) of financial analysts monitoring its corporate value.

This list is provided for information purposes only. It can change at any time.

The analysts and their companies accept full responsibility for the views, recommendations and forecasts expressed. Under no circumstances do their opinions represent the position of Groupe Gorgé’s general management.

ODDO BHF: Antoine Augier de Lajallet  antoine.augier-de-lajallet@oddo-bhf.com

PORTZAMPARC:  Anthony Dick  dick@portzamparc.fr

GILBERT DUPONT: Stephen Benhamou stephen.benhamou@gilbertdupont.fr

KEPLER CHEUVREUX: Baptiste de Leudeville  bdeleudeville@keplercheuvreux.com

CM CIC: Agnès Blazy agnes.blazy@cmcic.fr

 

See share price.

Shareholder structure at 31/12/2016, number of shares and number of votes

Number of shares%Number of votes%
Gorgé family7,583,12556.16%14,862,96771.19%
Treasury shares5,2340.04%--
Public5,914,48443.80%6,015,24928.81%
Total13,502,843100%20,878,216100%

How to become a shareholder

You can hold Groupe Gorgé shares in one of two ways: as bearer shares or as registered shares.
If you opt to hold “bearer” shares your shares will be managed by the broker of your choice.

If you opt to hold “registered” shares, said shares will be issued by Groupe Gorgé, who will keep direct record of your ownership. There are two ways to keep registered shares:
– either Groupe Gorgé keeps and manages the shares directly: direct registered shares (nominatif pur);
– or shares are registered at Groupe Gorgé but managed by the shareholder’s bank: administered registered shares (nominatif administré).

If you already hold Groupe Gorgé bearer shares you can ask for them to be converted to “direct registered” shares or to be kept in an “administered registered” account by your broker by completing and sending them the form on page 18 of this guide.
Direct registered shareholders guide (PDF in french)

⇨ Advantages of direct registered shares (nominatif pur)

– Free custody
– Personal invitation to general meetings
– Double voting rights if shares are held continuously for four years
– Shareholders’ letter sent directly to your home address
– Dividends paid directly to you

CACEIS Corporate Trust acts as account keeper. You can contact them if you would like any further information on becoming a direct registered shareholder.

Their Investor Relations department will be happy to answer any questions you have about your shares, and are available from 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. (Paris time) Monday to Friday:
Tel. (Paris): + 33 (0)1 57 78 34 44
Tel. (Toronto): +1 (416) 504-4469
Email: ct-contact@caceis.com

Phone lines use a simple interactive voice response (IVR) system to sort and route calls quickly based on their subject matter and the language of the caller.
Shareholders in North America can contact the Toronto Branch of the Investor Relations department which is open until 11:00 p.m. Paris time.
You can also write to:
CACEIS Corporate Trust
Investor Relations
14, rue Rouget de Lisle
92862 Issy les Moulineaux CEDEX 09 – France