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Euronext Reference Shareholders Agreement

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No explanation in an ad, Information or document included in this section of the site, or by reference to such an announcement, information or document, should be interpreted as a profit forecast or estimate for a period, and no other statement contained in this section of the website should be interpreted as being that earnings or earnings per share for LSEG for the current or future year, or that of the combined activity, would necessarily be equal to or greater than the historical gains or gains per share published for LSEG. Euronext`s Board of Directors and Supervisory Board have unanimously approved the transaction, as it considers it in the best interests of Euronext, its shareholders and other stakeholders, and therefore invites shareholders to vote in favour of the decisions presented at the extraordinary general meeting. The agreement of June 21, 2017 was due to expire on June 20, 2019. It will be renewed for a further two years from June 20, 2019. In 2008 and 2009, Deutsche Berse made two unsuccessful attempts to merge with NYSE Euronext. These two trials were not introduced in advanced stages of fusion. [55] [56] In 2011, Deutsche Berse and NYSE Euronext confirmed that they were in advanced merger talks. Such a merger would create the greatest exchange in history. [57] The agreement was approved on July 7, 2011 by the shareholders of NYSE Euronext[51] and Deutsche Berse on July 15, 2011[58] and won antitrust legislation approved by U.S.

regulatory authorities on December 22, 2011. [59] On 1 February 2012, the agreement was blocked by the European Commission on the grounds that the new entity would have resulted in a quasi-monopoly in the field of European financial financial products traded on global stock markets. [60] [61] Deutsche Berse appealed the decision without success. [62] [63] For more information on your rights, see: www.euronext.com/data_subjects_rights_request_information, a sharp acceleration in the rate of fluctuation arrived in 1623 after the end of the 21-year winding-up period for the VOC. The terms of the original charter required a complete liquidation after 21 years in order to distribute profits to shareholders. At that time, however, neither the VOCs nor their shareholders saw a slowdown in Asian trade, so the Dutch General States granted it a second charter in western India. They are attempting to seize the area of this website for the publication of documents and information relating to the planned acquisition of Refinitiv (transaction) by the London Stock Exchange Group plc (LSEG). The transaction will be structured as an acquisition of Shares of Refinitiv by LSEG and constitutes a reverse takeover of LSEG by Refinitiv shareholders according to FCA`s listing rules. The information on this website is provided in good faith and only for informational purposes and is subject to the following terms and conditions.