SECOND CALL FOR SHAREHOLDERS TO SUBMIT SHARE DOCUMENTS IN THE COMPANY IN CONNECTION WITH SHARE DEMATERIALIZATION
The Management Board of 3Soft S.A. with its registered office in Katowice (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”), acting pursuant to Article 16 section 1 of the Act of 30 August 2019 amending the Act – Commercial Companies Code and certain other acts (Dziennik Ustaw of 2019, item 1798 as amended), for the second time calls on all the Company’s shareholders to submit their share documents to the Company for mandatory dematerialization.
Share documents should be submitted to the secretariat of the Management Board at the Company’s registered office, i.e., at the address: Porcelanowa Street 23, 40-246 Katowice, on working days (Monday to Friday) from 8:00 to 15:00.
Submission of share documents to the Company shall be made against a written receipt issued to the shareholder.
Dematerialization of shares means replacing the material form of the share document with an electronic record in the IT system of the entity keeping the register of shareholders, selected by resolution no. 25 of the Ordinary General Meeting of the Company of 22 June 2020.
At the same time, the Company’s Management Board informs that in accordance with the introduced regulations, the binding force of share documents in a material form issued by the Company expires by virtue of law on 1 March 2021. On the same day, the entries in the register of shareholders become legally binding. From that moment on, until the effective transfer of rights from shares, it will be necessary to make an appropriate entry in the register of shareholders.
After that date, the material share documents will not constitute a confirmation of the shareholder status, but it will only be possible to use the share documents that have not been submitted yet, for 5 consecutive years, to prove that the shareholder is entitled to share rights and to supplement the entries in the register of shareholders.
After March 1, 2026, all material share documents will lose their evidential value.
This call is the second of the five required by law.