30 November, 2015
Change in the number of votes in IFS
During November 2015, A shares have been converted into B shares at the request of shareholders. The total number of votes in the company has thus changed.
The articles of association of IFS AB entitle owners of A shares to request the conversion of A shares into B shares. Each A share confers 1.0 vote and each B share confers 0.1 vote. The conversion of A shares into B shares thus results in a change in the number of votes in the company.
On October 31, 2015, the total number of shares in the company amounted to 24,971,830, of which 1,034,103 were A shares and 23,937,727 were B shares. The total number of votes in the company amounted to 3,427,875.7.
During November 2015, 4,762 A shares were converted into B shares at the request of shareholders. This has resulted in a decrease in the total number of votes by 4,285.8.
On November 30, 2015, the total number of shares in the company amounted to 24,971,830, of which 1,029,341 were A shares and 23,942,489 were B shares. The total number of votes in the company amounted to 3,423,589.9.
On November 30, 2015, IFS held 426,600 B shares in own custody.
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The information was submitted for publication on November 30, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. (CET).