Capital structure

Capital structure

Share capital

in CHF 31.12.201631.12.201531.12.2014

Ordinary share capital

23,700,000

23,700,000

23,700,000

Conditional share capital

714,256

714,256

714,256

Authorised share capital

4,400,000

4,761,704

4,761,704

Treasury shares

699,471

174,139

712,388


Ordinary capital

ORIOR AG's share capital is fully paid in and amounts to CHF 23,700,000. It is divided into 5,925,000 registered shares with a par value of CHF 4.00 each. There is only one category of registered shares.


Conditional capital

The share capital of the Company may be increased by a maximum of CHF 714,256 through the issue of a maximum of 178,564 registered shares with a par value of CHF 4.00 each, which must be fully paid-in, upon exercise of options rights granted to the members of the Board of Directors and employees of the Company and subsidiaries under one or more share-based compensation plans. The issue price for the new shares and the terms of the share-based compensation plans is determined by the Board of Directors. The subscription rights and preemptive rights of shareholders are excluded with respect to this conditional capital increase. The acquisition of registered shares through the exercise of option rights and every subsequent transfer are subject to the restrictions on entry in the share register stipulated in Articles 5 and 6 of the Articles of Association.


Authorised share capital

The Board of Directors is authorised to nominally increase the share capital at any time up to 12 April 2018 by a maximum par value of CHF 4,400,000.00 through the issue of a maximum of 1,100,000 registered shares with a par value of CHF 4.00 each, to be fully paid in. Partial capital increases are permitted. The issue price, the date of the dividend entitlement, and the type of contribution will be determined by the board of directors. When acquired, the new registered shares are subject to the registration restrictions laid down in Art. 5 and 6 of the Articles of Association.

The Board of Directors shall be authorised to restrict or withdraw the pre-emptive subscription rights of shareholders and to allocate them to third parties, (i) if the new shares are to be used to acquire another enterprise, parts of an enterprise or equity interests, or to finance investment projects or to finance or refinance any such transactions by the Company, or (ii) if the new shares are being placed nationally and internationally for the purpose of raising equity in a swift and flexible manner that would be difficult to arrange or only at much less favourable conditions if the pre-emptive subscription rights to the new shares were not restricted or withdrawn.

The Board of Directors may allow subscription rights that have not been exercised to lapse, or it may place these subscription rights, or registered shares for which subscription rights were granted but not exercised, at market conditions, or use them otherwise in the interests of the Company.


Participation certificates and non-voting equity securities

ORIOR Group has not issued any participation certificates or non-voting equity securities.


Restrictions on share transfer, registration of nominees

There are no restrictions on the transfer of the registered shares of ORIOR AG. The sole condition attaching to entry of a shareholder in the share register is a written statement signed by the person acquiring the shares that he is acquiring them in his own name and for his own account. There are no further restrictions on shareholder registration. Nominees will be entered in the share register with corresponding voting rights, provided that the relevant nominee is subject to a recognised bank and financial market supervisory authority and has signed an agreement on his status with the Company's Board of Directors. The total number of shares held by the nominee must not exceed 2% of the Company's outstanding share capital. The Board of Directors is entitled to register nominees with shareholdings exceeding this limit in the share register with corresponding voting rights, provided that the nominees disclose the names, addresses, nationalities and shareholdings of those persons for whose account they are holding 2% or more of the Company's outstanding share capital. No nominees with voting rights exceeding the 2% limit were registered during the year under review.


Convertible bonds and warrants

ORIOR AG has not issued any bonds or warrants convertible into and/or exchangeable for equity securities of ORIOR AG. The same applies with regard to the other Group companies.

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