Change in the number of shares and voting rights in Eniro
Eniro AB (publ) ("Eniro" or "Company") has completed the remaining part of the commitment fee issue to guarantors, according to previously published information, which has resulted in a change of the number of shares and votes in Eniro.
The total number of shares and voting rights in Eniro increased during April with 27,635,762 shares and voting rights of ordinary shares class A.
As of April 30, 2018, the total number of shares in Eniro amounts to 6,652,338,084, of which 6,168,208,341 shares are ordinary class A shares, 483,870,966 shares are ordinary class B shares and 258,777 shares are preference shares. On the same date, the total number of voting rights in Eniro amounts to 6,216,621,315.3, of which the ordinary class A shares represent 6,168,208,341 voting rights, the ordinary class B shares represent 48,387,096.6 voting rights and the preference shares represent 25,877.7 voting rights.
For more information, please contact:
Fredrik Sandelin, Group CFO, tel +46 70 994 92 66
This information is information that Eniro AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08.30 CET on April 30, 2018.
Eniro is a leading search company for individuals and businesses in the Nordic region. With quality-assured content and an unrivaled user experience, Eniro inspires local discoveries and makes local communities thrive. Eniro’s content is available through Internet and mobile services, printed directories, directory assistance and SMS services. Each week Eniro Group’s digital services have 8 million unique visitors. Eniro Group has about 1,600 employees and operations in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Poland. The company is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm [ENRO] and headquartered in Stockholm. More on Eniro at enirogroup.com.
This document has been prepared in Swedish and translated into English. In the event of any discrepancies between the Swedish and the translation, the former shall take precedence.