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2019-01-09 17:45 CET
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Coface SA: Half-year statement of the liquidity agreement of COFACE SA with ODDO BHF

Paris, January 9th 2019 - 17h45

COFACE SA: Half-year statement of the liquidity agreement of COFACE SA with ODDO BHF

Pursuant to Regulation (EU) No 596/2014 of 16 April 2014 on market abuse[1]

As per the liquidity contract granted by COFACE SA to ODDO BHF on COFACE SA shares (Code ISIN FR0010667147), the following assets appeared on the liquidity account as at December 31st 2018:

  • 126,637  COFACE SA shares
  • EUR 1,767,879.97

                   
At the last half-year statement of the liquidity contract, as of June 29th 2018, the following assets appeared on the account:
                   

  • 76,542  COFACE SA shares
  • EUR 2,171,235.67

As a reminder, by contract dated June 29th, 2018 and for a period of one year, renewable by tacit agreement, COFACE SA has entrusted ODDO BHF and NATIXIS with the implementation of a liquidity and market surveillance agreement, covering its ordinary shares, in accordance with the AMAFI Code of Ethics of March 8th, 2011 approved by the French Market Regulator (AMF) on March 21st, 2011. For the implementation of the contract, the following resources have been allocated to ODDO BHF and assigned to the liquidity account:

  • 76,542  COFACE SA shares
  • EUR 2,171,235.67


CONTACTS

 
MEDIA RELATIONS

 

Monica COULL
T. +33 (0)1 49 02 25 01
monica,coull@coface,com

 

Maria KRELLENSTEIN
T. +33 (0)1 49 02 16 29
maria,krellenstein@coface,com

 
ANALYSTS / INVESTORS

 

Thomas JACQUET
T. +33 (0)1 49 02 12 58
thomas,jacquet@coface,com

 

Benoit CHASTEL
T. +33 (0)1 49 02 22 28
benoit.chastel@coface.com

 

FINANCIAL CALENDAR 2019 (subject to change)
FY-18 results: 11 February 2019 (after market close)
Q1-2019 results: 24 April 2019 (after market close)
Annual General Shareholders' Meeting 2018: 16 May 2019
H1-2019 results: 25 July 2019 (after market close)
9M-2019 results: 23 October 2019 (after market close)

FINANCIAL INFORMATION
This press release, as well as COFACE SA's integral regulatory information, can be found on the Group's website: http://www.coface.com/Investors

For regulated information on Alternative Performance Measures (APM),
please refer to our Interim Financial Report for S1-2018 and our 2017 Registration Document

Coface: for trade - Building business together
70 years of experience and the most finely meshed international network have made Coface a reference in credit insurance, risk management and the global economy.  With the ambition to become the most agile, global trade credit insurance partner in the industry, Coface's experts work to the beat of the world economy, supporting 50,000 clients in building successful, growing and dynamic businesses. The Group's services and solutions protect and help companies take credit decisions to improve their ability to sell on both their domestic and export markets. In 2017, Coface employed ~4,100 people and registered turnover of
€1.4 billion.

www,coface,com

 
   

COFACE SA is quoted in Compartment A of Euronext Paris
Code ISIN : FR0010667147 / Mnémonique : COFA

DISCLAIMER - Certain declarations featured in this press release may contain forecasts that notably relate to future events, trends, projects or targets. By nature, these forecasts include identified or unidentified risks and uncertainties, and may be affected by many factors likely to give rise to a significant discrepancy between the real results and those stated in these declarations. Please refer to chapter 5 "Main risk factors and their management within the Group" of the Coface Group's 2017 Registration Document filed with AMF on 5 April 2018 under the number No. D.18-0267 in order to obtain a description of certain major factors, risks and uncertainties likely to influence the Coface Group's businesses. The Coface Group disclaims any intention or obligation to publish an update of these forecasts, or provide new information on future events or any other circumstance



[1] Also in pursuant to articles L. 225-209 and following of the French Commercial Code; the provisions of the General Regulations of the French Market Regulator (AMF) and the AMF decision No.2011-07 (March 21st, 2011), updating the accepted market practices on liquidity agreements.

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