The call option program established by the main shareholders and aimed at key individuals in Bactiguard, matured on 30 November 2016. During the exercise period, a total of 688 000 B shares were acquired, corresponding to 2.07 percent of the capital and 0.99 percent of the votes, reducing the holdings of the main shareholders accordingly.
In 2012, the main shareholders of Bactiguard, Christian Kinch and Thomas von Koch, set up a call option program related to their holdings of B shares in Bactiguard. The program was aimed at senior executives and key employees in Bactiguard, who by exercising the options had a right to acquire shares from the main shareholders in the period between 15 and 30 November, 2016.
During the exercise period, a total of 688 000 B shares were acquired through the call option program, corresponding to 2.07 percent of the capital and 0.99 percent of the votes, thus reducing the holdings of the main shareholders accordingly.
After completion of the call option program, the two main shareholders each own shares corresponding to 28.3 percent of the capital and 39.6 percent of the votes in the company.
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Fredrik Järrsten, CFO, Mobile: +46 72 550 00 89
This information is information that Bactiguard Holding AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08:00 CET on December 1, 2016.