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Privatisation of Thomson multimedia
(October 2000)

 
What was the service rate of the orders placed during the October 2000 Public Offering ?

As the Public Offering was oversubscribed, shares ordered by individuals have been allocated under the following conditions :

  • If a reservation had been made, as many as 10 shares (539 euros) were integrally allocated. The part between 11 and 55 shares was allocated proportionally at 27%.
    Therefore, if you reserved 55 shares, you were allocated 22 shares.

  • If no reservation had been made, as many as 4 shares (215.6 euros) was integrally allocated. The part between 5 and 55 shares was allocated proportionally at 13%.
    Therefore, if you ordered 55 shares, you were allocated 10 shares.


     
    What are the specificities of the shares bought during the October 2000 Public Offering ?

    Shares bought during the Public Offering :
  • Entitle their owner to receive free shares after 18 months. 10 shares acquired during the Public Offering and kept during 18 months entitle to 1 (one) free share, up to an initial investment of 4,573.37 euros (30,000 francs).
  • Are free of custody fees during 18 months, in all banks and financial institutions where the shares can be registered.









     


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