ASIAKASTIETO GROUP PLC, STOCK EXCAHNGE RELEASE, 29 JUNE 2018 AT 3.50 P.M. EEST
Shares issued to complete the combination with UC AB have been registered
8,828,343 new shares (the “Consideration Shares”) in Asiakastieto Group Plc (“Asiakastieto”) that were issued as part of the consideration for the acquisition of UC AB have been registered with the Finnish Trade Register. Following the registration of the Consideration Shares, the total number of shares in Asiakastieto is 23,953,964 shares. All shares carry equal voting rights. The Consideration Shares will be listed on the official list of Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd following the publication of a listing prospectus to be prepared by Asiakastieto, which is expected to take place on the third quarter of 2018.
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Asiakastieto Group is one of the leading providers of digital business and consumer information services in the Nordic countries. The Group’s products and services are primarily used for risk management, finance and administration, decision-making and sales and marketing purposes. We are operating in Sweden under the brand UC and in Finland under the brand Suomen Asiakastieto. At the end of 2017, the Group had around 70 000 corporate customers as well as consumers. The Group serves several industries, the largest ones including finance and banking as well as wholesale and retail sectors and expert service companies. In 2017, the Group’s net sales totaled EUR 131 million and it had approximately 500 employees. Asiakastieto Group is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki with the ticker ATG1V. More information about Asiakastieto Group is available at www.asiakastieto.fi and UC.se
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