Merger between BRFkredit and Jyske Bank

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To NASDAQ OMX Copenhagen A/S                                            19 March 2014
                                                                                                              Announcement no. 25/2014



Merger between BRFkredit and Jyske Bank

BRFkredit has noted with satisfaction that the shareholders of Jyske Bank, at the Annual General Meeting, have adopted the motions proposed by the Supervisory Board of Jyske Bank regarding various amendments to the Articles of Associations, which were some of the basic assumptions underlying the merger with BRFkredit, including in particular the motions that Jyske Bank undertake mortgage finance business through BRFkredit, that the share capital be increased by a nominal amount of DKK 237,600,000 in a direct placement to BRFholding and that members of the boards of directors of the BRFkredit Group be eligible for election as members of the Shareholders' Representatives of the bank.

The motions regarding the amendments to the Articles of Association which would regulate the election of Board of Directors representatives based on the proportion of shares held by BRFholding, on the other hand, were not adopted.

BRFkredit and Jyske Bank will now discuss the question of the election of Board members from BRFholding, and BRFkredit's expectations are that it will be possible to reach a mutually satisfactory solution.

The merger is thus still expected to be carried into effect subject to approval from the relevant authorities.

Please direct any questions concerning this announcement to Oluf Engell, Chairman, at tel. +45 33 34 50 00.

  

Yours sincerely,

 

Oluf Engell                                                                                                   Sven A. Blomberg    

Chairman                                                                                                      CEO

  


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