Last week, Tryg purchased own shares for an amount of DKK 26.1m as part of the share buy back programme of DKK 1,000m initiated on 2 January 2014. The programme will run until 30 December 2014.
Since the share buy back programme was initiated, the total number of repurchased shares is 1,194,247 at a total amount of DKK 636.6m corresponding to 63.7% of the programme.
Last week the following transactions have been made:
|Number of shares||
|18 August 2014||7,293||556.41||4,057,912|
|19 August 2014||6,250||564.26||3,526,619|
|20 August 2014||15,000||558.82||8,382,254|
|21 August 2014||9,200||559.20||5,144,625|
|22 August 2014||8,910||560.91||4,997,695|
The share buy back programme is arranged in compliance with the EU Commission Regulation no. 2273/2003 of 22 December 2003, the so-called Safe Harbour Regulative for share buy back.
With the transactions stated above, Tryg owns a total of 2,911,031 shares, corresponding to 4.7% of the total number of shares of 61,316,103. Adjusted for own shares, the number of shares is 58,405,072.
For further information visit tryg.com or contact Investor Relations;
Tryg is the second-largest insurance company in the Nordic region with activities in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Tryg provides peace of mind and value for 2.7 million customers on a daily basis. Tryg is listed on Nasdaq OMX Copenhagen and 60% of the shares are held by TryghedsGruppen smba. TryghedsGruppen, annually, gives out around DKK 500m to peace of mind purposes via TrygFonden.
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