During the period 2 November 2020 until 6 November 2020, Intrum AB (publ) (“Intrum”) has repurchased a total of 125,000 shares as part of the buyback program introduced by the Board of Directors to secure the obligations of Intrum (including social security contributions) relating to the long-term incentive program 2020. As a result, the buyback program, which Intrum announced on 23 October 2020, is hereby completed since the maximum amount of shares (250,000) has been repurchased. The buyback program was carried out in accordance with the Market Abuse Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 (“MAR”) and Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) No 2016/1052 (“Safe Harbour Regulation”).
During the period 2 November 2020 until 6 November 2020, shares were repurchased as follows.
|Date||Aggregated daily volume (number of shares)||Weighted average share price per day (SEK)||Total daily transaction value (SEK)|
|2 November 2020||25,000||223.6830||5,592,075.00|
|3 November 2020||25,000||233.3427||5,833,567.50|
|4 November 2020||25,000||235.8380||5,895,950.00|
|5 November 2020||25,000||240.9690||6,024,225.00|
|6 November 2020||25,000||240.0102||6,000,255.00|
All acquisitions have been carried out on Nasdaq Stockholm by Nordea Bank Abp on behalf of Intrum. Following the acquisitions above, Intrum’s holding of own shares amounts to 850,000 as per 9 November 2020. The total number of shares in Intrum is 121,720,918.
A full breakdown of the transactions conducted in accordance with article 5.3 of MAR and article 2.3 of the Safe Harbour Regulation is attached to this press release. Since 23 October 2020 up to and including 6 November 2020, a total of 250,000 shares have been repurchased within the scope of the program, corresponding to the maximum amount of shares that could be repurchased under the program. For information about all transactions carried out under the buyback program, reference is made to Nasdaq Stockholm’s website:
This information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 15.00 CET on 9 November 2020.