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Changes in share capital

Transaction, total number of shares and quote value per share in SEK.

Year

Transaction

Changes in share capital

Total share captial

Total no. of shares

Quota value per share SEK

 

Incorporation

100,000

100,000

1,000

100

 2001

Split 5,000:1

0

100,000

5,000,000

0.02

 2001

New issue 1)

778,729.4

878,729.4

43,936,470

0.02

 2002

New issue 2)

208,216.72

1,086,946.12

43,936,470

0.02

 2002

New issue 3)

612,765.96

1,699,712.08

84,985,604

0.02

 2005

Redemption 4)

-140,587.06

1,559,125.02

77,956,251

0.02

 2007

Exercise of employee stock options 5)

22,672

1,581,797.02

79,089,851

0.02

 2008

Exercise of employee stock options 6)

10,046.4

1,591,843.42

79,592,171

0.02

2009

Exercise of employee stock options 7)

8,049.60

1,599,893.02

79,994,651

0.02

2011

Reduction of the share captial 8)

- 5,000 

1,594,893.02

79,744,651

0.02

2014 Cancellation of treasury shares 9)  0 1,594,893.02  77,360,944   0.02
2015 Cancellation of treasury shares 10) 0 1,594,893.02 73,421,328 0.02
2016 Cancellation of treasury shares 11) 0 1,594,893.02 72,347,726 0,02
2017 New issue 12) 1,304,912.470910 2,899,805.490910 131,541,320  

1) Directed to the Industri Kapital 1997 Fund and Synergy at a subscription price of SEK 0.02 as part of the legal restructuring of the Intrum Justitia Group.
 
2) New issue of 1,402,228 shares each to the Industri Kapital 1997 Fund and Synergy at a subscription price of SEK 4.432 per share and 3,803,190 shares each to the Industri Kapital 1997 Fund and Synergy at a subscription price of SEK 0.02 per share.
 
3) New issue of 30,638,298 shares to retail and institutional investors at a subscription price of SEK 47 per share.
 
4) Redemption of 7,029,353 shares for a cash payment of SEK 84 per share. The procedure entailed the distribution of the total sum of SEK 590,465,652 to the shareholders, whereby the company's share capital was reduced by SEK 140,587.06 and its share premium reserve was reduced by SEK 590,325,064.94.
 
5) During the period July 1-December 31, 2007 Intrum Justitia's share capital increased from SEK 1,559,152.02 to SEK 1,581,797.02, corresponding to 1,133,600 new shares with an equal number of votes.
 
6) During the period January 1-December 31, 2008 Intrum Justitia's share capital increased from SEK 1,581,797.02 to SEK 1,591,843.42, corresponding to 502,320 new shares with an equal number of votes.
 
7) During the period January 1-December 31, 2009 Intrum Justitia's share capital increased from SEK 1,591,83.42 to SEK 1,599,893.02, corresponding to 402,480 new shares with an equal number of votes.
 
8) The holding of  250,000 shares was cancelled during the year.
 
9) The Company’s share capital was decreased by SEK 47,674.14 through cancellation of 2,383,707 treasury shares, the share capital was further increased through a bonus issue with the equivalent amount without issuing new shares. After the cancellation, the Company has in total 77,360,944 outstanding shares equivalent to the same number of votes.
 
10) The Company’s share capital was decreased by SEK 81,220.13 through cancellation of 3,939,616 treasury shares, the share capital was further increased through a bonus issue with the equivalent amount without issuing new shares. After the cancellation, the Company has in total 73,421,328 outstanding shares equivalent to the same number of votes.

11) The Company’s share capital was decreased by SEK 23,322 through cancellation of 1,073,602 treasury shares, the share capital was further increased through a bonus issue with the equivalent amount without issuing new shares. After the cancellation, the Company has in total 72,347,726 outstanding shares equivalent to the same number of votes.

12) Directed to Cidron 1748 S.à r.l. , an entity controlled by Nordic Capital Fund VIII and certain minority shareholders (the “Lindorff Owners”). The Lindorff Owners contributed all shares in Lindorff as payment for the issued shares (contribution in kind).