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Frankfurt am Main, July 7, 2023, 3:12 pm – The Management Board of publity AG (“publity”, ISIN DE0006972508), with the approval of the Supervisory Board, today resolved to propose to the Annual General Meeting scheduled for August 16, 2023, a capital increase from company funds of EUR 14,876,456.00 by EUR 1,859,557.00 to EUR 16,736,013.00 by converting a partial amount of EUR 1,859,557.00 of the capital reserve. The capital increase is to be carried out by issuing 1,859,557 new registered no-par value shares with a pro rata amount of the share capital of EUR 1.00 each. The new shares are to be issued to shareholders as bonus shares at a ratio of 8:1, so that there is one new no-par value share for every 8 existing no-par value shares. The new shares will carry dividend rights from January 1, 2023.
The agenda of the Annual General Meeting 2023 with the proposed resolutions is expected to be published in the Federal Gazette at 3:00 p.m. on July 10, 2023.
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publity AG (“publity”) is a green asset manager with a focus on office real estate in Germany. In doing so, publity combines experience and passion for sustainable, ESG-compliant properties with many years of real estate expertise from more than 1,100 successful transactions. In the development and transformation of ESG-compliant properties, publity takes a holistic approach that encompasses environmental aspects, innovative as well as social design options for working environments, and a high degree of digitalization. Accordingly, the office properties managed by publity have already received several high-profile international certifications for their outstanding ESG standards. publity is one of the most active players in the German office real estate market and also benefits from a sustainable network and its own high-level digitization of data on the German office real estate portfolio and individual properties. The shares of publity AG (ISIN DE0006972508) are traded in the Scale stock market segment of Deutsche Börse.
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publity AG plans capital increase from company funds and issue of bonus shares